Griffith dent ATAR

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  1. Luke27dt

    Luke27dt New Member

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    Does anyone know if 99.5 ish will be a good enough atar for provisional entry into griffith dent?
     
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    Hi Luke, unfortunately it hasn't been enough in previous years - last year's cutoff was 99.65 - but certainly no harm in applying and you may sneak if for a late round offer if you're lucky.
     
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    Do they increase the cut off every year or something because ive heard from a friend a year or two ago that got into dent with an atar of 99.5
     
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    There are two types of cutoff: a threshold set by the school as a qualifying mark (I prefer not to call this a cutoff but others do) which seldom changes, and a competitive cutoff determined by applicants vs spots available. This Dent cutoff is the latter type so it's not GU who decide to or not to increase it.
     
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    Oh so would GU have second round offers for dent or is it hard to tell?
     
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    There have been subsequent offers for GU Med so it's possible for Dent. They may not be in a formal offer round; when the school receives declines from the 1st round offers they contact the next ranked applicants. These top-up offers are usually 0.05-0.1 below the published 1st round cutoff.
     

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