Are you keen to enhance your opportunity to attend university? Do you wish to increase your options to gain a place in the course you want? Are you looking at a way to show the University that you have the ability to succeed at University study? Then uniTEST is your chance to impress!
Whilst it won't guarantee you a place at University, if you do well in the test the results will be taken into consideration by Flinders, and it may assist you to enter your course of choice. If however you don't do so well in the test, don't worry as you cannot be disadvantaged by sitting uniTEST.
What is uniTEST?
uniTEST is an aptitude test that has been designed to assess the kinds of generic reasoning and thinking skills that underpin studies at higher education and that are needed for students to be successful. uniTEST assesses this reasoning and thinking across the broad domains of mathematics, science, humanities and social sciences.
uniTEST is designed for school leavers and will complement existing selection criteria such as the ATAR.
Additional information can be found at uniTEST.
Why sit the test?
Flinders is offering uniTEST to any eligible applicant wishing to enhance their opportunity to attend university. Flinders will select students based on both an applicant's Year 12 results (60% weighting toward the ATAR score) and uniTEST performance (40%).
Am I eligible?
uniTEST is open to any current Year 12 student who will complete an Australian Year 12 qualification this year (2015) including International onshore Year 12 students.
Does uniTEST apply to my preferred course?
uniTEST results can be used for entry to most courses offered by Flinders. Check our list of eligible courses.
What if I don’t meet the above eligibility?
There are a variety of pathways to a Flinders degree including using a TAFE/VET qualification, Year 12/SACE or interstate equivalent, International Baccalaureate, Principal’s Recommendation Program, Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT), Tertiary Studies or our Foundation Studies Program.
If you are interested in studying at Flinders, you are advised to talk to a Prospective Student Advisor regarding other pathways to your preferred course.