2017 VCE Results and ATAR Service
A joint venture between the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA) and the Victorian Tertiary Admissions Centre (VTAC)
The VCAA and VTAC encourage all students to change their PIN to ensure security of their results.
Students should read these
important instructions (docx - 79.42kb) on changing their results service PIN.
Students can change their PIN through the PIN management system which will be available in October.
The VCAA and VTAC offer three options for accessing VCE results and the ATAR: internet, app and mail.
VCE results and ATARs are available from the 2017 VCE Results and ATAR Service from 7.00am Friday 15 December.
Only 2017 results are recorded on this service.
You will need your VCAA student number and your results service PIN. Both the VCAA and VTAC encourage you to change your default PIN, which is the first four digits of your birthdate (for example, 17 July = 1707), to ensure you select a result service PIN that will enable the security of your result data.
If you have registered with VTAC, please note that your VTAC ID and PIN are separate from your results service PIN. Only your VCAA student number and results service PIN can be used to access the 2015 VCE Results and ATAR Service.
The internet service is free and available 24 hours a day from 7.00am Friday 15 December until 5.00pm Wednesday 20 December.
Students should be aware that scored VCE VET studies (such as VCE VET Business and VCE VET Hospitality) only have two graded assessments – one school-based and one exam.
To find out more about VCE examination results, a statement of marks can be obtained. Further information is available on the
A new mobile app will be available to allow access to VCE and VCAL results and the ATAR.
The app will be free to download from the App Store for Apple devices and Google Play for Android devices.
Stay tuned for more information about the app later in the year.
VCE and VCAL results and ATAR statements will arrive in the mail from Monday 18 December. Printed ATAR statements are only mailed to VTAC applicants who have submitted and paid for a course application. Students who have not applied for courses can request an ATAR statement from the
VTAC website. Administrative fees apply.
VCE and VCAL certificates are distributed by schools and colleges, rather than mailed with the results.
Post Results and ATAR Service (PRAS)
Go to the
Post Results and ATAR Service (PRAS) page for more information.
All the information on this page is published in the
VCE Exams Navigator 2017 for students. VCE providers will be sent bulk copies of the
VCE Exams Navigator 2017, which should be distributed to students enrolled in VCE Units 3 and 4. For further information refer to the relevant website: