The Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) is a scholastic aptitude test conducted in Australia. It is generally used for entry into undergraduate programs at Australian universities for students without a recent Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR).
This test is designed by the Australian Council for Educational Research and separately administered by the tertiary admissions centre in respective state and territory and the University of Tasmania. Students who want to get admissions at Australian universities are required to qualify this exam. We at Expertsmind provide the students with preparation of STAT exam.
This test consists of two parts; it assesses core competencies necessary for university entrance, and testing critical and reasoning skills rather than knowledge. There are currently three types of patterns in STAT:
• The STAT Multiple Choice
This is the standard test used by tertiary admissions centre. It contains 70 questions in all, 35 of which are testing Verbal (humanities and social science) capabilities and another 35 Qualitative based (mathematical and scientific) competencies. The test is of two hours in duration.
• The STAT F – which is used by individual institutions
This test is used by some separate institutions to determine eligibility and ability for entrance into a specific course. It also contains 70 questions, half of which are Verbal and other half Quantitative, and is of two hours.
• The STAT Written English
This test is conducted in addition to either the STAT Multiple Choice or the STAT F by some tertiary admissions centres and institutions. This test is of one-hour duration to check the candidate's expressing and writing ability.
STAT score is very important to get admission at Australian university for undergraduate program. Online exam preparation is available at Expertsmind online tutoring services. We aim at providing best material and test series for the exam and 100% assistance in exam selection. STAT scores are converted into ENTER scores for university admission purpose through calculation of the percentile of the candidate.