Adult entry to university via the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) assesses your ability to study at a tertiary level. It is a two-hour, multiple choice test similar to an aptitude test, with 70 questions designed to test your verbal and quantitative reasoning. The questions will assess your ability to think critically about a range of subjects and challenge you to make sense of a variety of material.
To be eligible to compete in the special entry sub-quota using the STAT:
Some of our courses consider personal competencies and/or employment experience alongside a valid STAT score. View the links below to find out more.
Find out where and when you can sit the STAT in South Australia and the Northern Territory.
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