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The Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) measures student performance for the purpose of tertiary entry.
The performance of Camberwell Grammarians relative to national performance over the past five years is summarised below.
In 2012 13% scored 99 or above; 29% scored 95 or above; 54% scored 90 or above while the median ATAR score was 91.68
|ATAR Score||Statewide proportion with this ATAR||
CGS proportion with this ATAR (2008-2012 average)
|99 and above||1 in 100||1 in 9|
|95 and above||1 in 20||1 in 3|
|90 and above||1 in 10||1 in 2|
|80 and above||1 in 5||3 in 4|
The University of Melbourne and Monash University had equal numbers of students accepting offers in 2012, accounting for over half of the year level. The next most popular institutions were RMIT and Deakin, with smaller numbers enrolling at Swinburne, La Trobe and interstate universities.
As in previous years Management and Commerce continues to be the most popular field of study, followed by Natural and Physical Sciences, Society and Culture (including Law & Arts), Health (including Medicine, Physiotherapy and Dentistry) and Engineering. The Creative Arts, Architecture and Building and Information Technology have all seen an increase in popularity over previous years.
After all offer rounds, 98% of students receive their third preference or higher.