This table is updated for 2020 from the Universities Admissions Centre (UAC). It is necessary for you to understand the needs of your IB results in order to gain entry into your goal medical school. Peruse through the following guide below and use the conversion table to
understand your IB goals. The document below provides ATAR guidance, and therefore this information is purely for students completing the IB (International Baccalaureate). Should you have any questions regarding the conversion table, make sure you contact us.
|Aggregate score including bonus and penalty points*||Combined Rank|
|Incomplete Diploma **, ***|
* For tertiary entrance purposes of in all Australian States and Territories (except the University of Tasmania) this Combined Rank measure of overall achievement is comparable with the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR). This means that a Combined Rank of 92.80 equals an ATAR of 92.80.
** To be eligible for the award of Diploma of the International Baccalaureate, students must obtain a minimum of 24 points. Up to three bonus points may be awarded for performance in the Extended Essay and Theory Knowledge. Prior to 1990, it was possible for negative marks to be awarded in these two areas, therefore reducing the total aggregate.
*** If the student is not eligible for the award of the Diploma of the International Baccalaureate, the qualification is deemed not accessible.