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Results no-show

By now, you should have got your results through the VCE Results and ATAR Service, an email (if you gave an address to your school earlier in the year) and in the post.

If your results package has not arrived by now, it could be because you changed your address during the year and your school did not tell us. You should check at your old address and with Australia Post.

If you did not change your address and your results have not arrived, contact our Student Records and Results team.

Student Records and Results
Call (03) 9032 1700
Send an email

Where to find out more

If there’s something you don’t understand about your results or you want to find out more, check out the Results explainer.

If you still need to ask us something, contact general enquiries.

General enquiries
Call 9032 1629
Send an email

Quick 2022 stats

  • Nearly 50,000 students will graduate with their VCE
  • Over 15,000 students will receive their VCAL
  • The largest exam centre was at Bendigo Senior Secondary College – 930 students
  • The smallest exam centres were at Lake Bolac College, Cann River P –12 and Glenroy Private – 4 students each
  • Top 5 VCE enrolments – English, Further Maths, Psychology, Maths Methods, Biology
  • Top 5 VCE VET enrolments – Sport and Recreation, Building and Construction, Hospitality, Community Services, Business

40+ score achievers

Well done if you're one of the students who achieved a score of 40 or more. This is a significant accomplishment.

View the results of VCE high-achieving students

View the results by study

If you didn't get the score

If you didn't get the score you were hoping for, it's normal to feel disappointed. It’s important to remember that VCE is only one step in your life journey. There have never been more choices available to Year 12 graduates, including university, TAFE, traineeships and work.

Turn to your teachers, career counsellors, family and friends for support and advice.

How to deal with disappointment >

Mental health advice and resources >

Literacy and numeracy standards

For the first time this year we also assessed your literacy and numeracy skills against new standards as part of the GAT.

Congratulations on being the first cohort to undertake this and well done on setting the standard for future students, with 99% of you meeting one or more of the standards.

These are skills that can continue to develop well beyond school. If you didn’t meet one or more of the reading, writing or numeracy standards this time around, there is support available to help build your skills. You can also have another go at a resit in April next year.

Find out more and register now >

Enjoy the holidays and we wish you every success in 2023!