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Should we scrap the ATAR? What are the alternative options? Experts comment

The ATAR system is cheap and efficient, but it means students are selected to go to university on the basis of a single score which some have claimed is too simplisitc. Is it time for a new system?
Regional students won’t necessarily be able to access the course they want to study. www.shutterstock.com

Four barriers to higher education regional students face – and how to overcome them

High school drop-out rates combined with costly travel and living expenses puts regional students at a disadvantage when applying to universities in Australia.
Students with low ATARs are less likely to graduate from university, but very likely to leave with debt. So is it ethical to give places to all-comers? Shutterstock

The ATAR debate: students need to be able to finish uni, not just start it

Controversies surrounding university courses with low ATAR admission requirements have become a January ritual. Once universities make their offers to potential students, debates start over whether widening…

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