Notice to Schools 46/2019 − 29 May 2019
Publication of the 2019 VCE examination timetable
Principals/Directors, VCE coordinators and VASS administrators
2019 VCE examination timetable has been endorsed by the VCAA Board and is now available online.
The 2019 timetable has been developed using 2019 VCE and scored VCE VET Unit 3–4 enrolments. It addresses the following key priorities:
- Minimise the number of students required to sit more than two examinations on any one day.
- Minimise the number of clashes where students have two examinations in the same session.
- Avoid scheduling another examination on the same day as English and English as an Additional Language (EAL).
- Create a timetable that best accommodates the marking and processing requirements of each of the VCE and VCE VET written examinations, providing the VCAA with sufficient time to ensure that students receive their final VCE results by mid-December 2019.
The examination dates and times for 2019 written examinations will now display in VASS. Student Examination/Assessment Timetables for the 2019 VCE written examination period are not yet finalised. This information will be available on VASS in the week beginning
Monday 9 September 2019.
Principals/Directors should ensure students are made aware that the 2019 VCE examination timetable is now available on the VCAA website.
Wednesday 12 June 2019 – General Achievement Test (GAT), 10am–1.15pm
Wednesday 31 July 2019 – Extended Investigation Critical Thinking Test, 10am–11.10am
Monday 7 October to Sunday 3 November 2019 – Performance and Languages oral examinations and Extended Investigation oral presentations
Wednesday 23 October 2019 – Languages (CCAFL) written examinations
Wednesday 23 October 2019 – Auslan examination
Wednesday 30 October to Wednesday 20 November 2019 – VCE written examinations
The 2019 VCE examination timetable will be included in the
VCE Exams Navigator 2019, which will be distributed to schools in Term 3.
VCAA rules and materials and equipment approved for use in the GAT and VCE written examinations are outlined on the VCAA website and will be included in the
VCE Exams Navigator 2019.
The 2019 GAT instructions, answer book and multiple-choice answer page are also available on the
How to complete the GAT webpage.
Schools are reminded that all students enrolled in one or more VCE or scored VCE VET Unit 3−4 sequence, including VCAL students, are expected to sit the GAT.