Let us know what you think about your HSC courses for the chance to win a $100 JB Hi-Fi Gift Card. You will be able to access the survey, which opens next week, via the Students Online home page. It'll take about 10 minutes and is confidential.
Getting your HSC results
Your HSC results will be delivered via email and text message from 6.00am on Thursday 14 December. You will also be able to access your results by logging into your Students Online account.
It's a good idea to log in to check all your contact details are correct or activate your account if you haven’t already. Remember to update your email address to a personal one if you won't have access to your school account after you leave.
Your Students Online account is also where you will be able to access your HSC:
If you have applied for HSC disability provisions, you may also be eligible for UAC's Educational Access Schemes (EAS), which could help you get a place at university. Go to www.uac.edu.au/eas/ for detailed information on the eligibility criteria and application process, or call 1300 ASK UAC (1300 275 822).
For information and advice on applying to universities in the USA see EducationUSA or UCAS in the UK.
Cheating in the HSC
Don't risk your HSC by doing the wrong thing. There are severe penalties for cheating, including getting a zero mark.
Don't forget: devices - like mobile phones and smart watches - are not allowed in the exam room.