ATAR adjustment factors calculator

Use SEAS and other factors to estimate how you can boost your ATAR score.

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Estimate your SEAS and other adjustment factors

What are ATAR adjustment factors?

Step 1: Use the ATAR calculator to estimate your ATAR.

Step 2: Enter your estimated ATAR

Adjustment points:

Adjusted ATAR:

Step 3: Calculate VTAC Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS) points

What is the Special Entry Access Scheme (SEAS)?

*Note: Your adjusted ATAR does not guarantee you entry.

This especially applies to courses with special adjustment factors as they have limited places available.

On application, La Trobe Admissions staff will assess your circumstances to confirm your eligibility for the available adjustments. A maximum of 20 aggregate adjustment points can be granted. The aggregate points are added to your combined study scores and your ATAR is recalculated.

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Further information

For courses that require a high level of skill and knowledge, you may be eligible to receive adjustments for subjects that you successfully completed in Year 12.

Subject adjustment points may be awarded to eligible Year 12 applicants as part of the selection process and are expressed as points applied to the aggregate adjustment score.

The La Trobe Priority Access Program awards eligible current year 12 students from across Australia with adjustment factors if they have attended priority schools or campuses.

Visit the Priority Access Program web page to see if you are eligible.

  • Bachelor of Applied Science and Master of Physiotherapy Practice (Melbourne): if you’re eligible for multiple adjustments, the maximum aggregate adjustments you can receive is 10 points.
  • Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Medical): in stage two of the selection process, a SEAS adjustment may be applicable – a limit of 10 aggregate points. For UAC applicants, this equates to a four ATAR point maximum. See the Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Medical) course page for more details.
  • Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours) (Regional Entry): If you are applying for our Bachelor of Dental Science (Honours) (Regional Entry) and you have a permanent address in RA zones 2 and 3, you receive 10 points added to your ATAR. If you live in RA zone 4 you receive 12.5 points, and if you live in RA zone 5 you receive 15 points.

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