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You can list up to 6 courses on your QTAC application. You need to list them in order of preference from your most preferred course through to your least preferred course. You'll need to reorder your preferences if they have different major offer rounds.
When you apply through QTAC, you can apply for up to 6 courses at a time. You should think carefully about how you order them to give yourself the best chance of getting into the course you want.
If you change your mind about what you want to study after you’ve submitted your application, you’ll have the opportunity to change your preferences.
If you're worried that you won't get into the course that you want, you should think about your options for upgrading, and include some of them in your preferences.
When you apply through QTAC, you can apply for up to 6 courses at a time, and order them according to your preference. If they have different major offer rounds, you'll need to order them according to the major offer round dates.
We recommend you use all 6 preferences to have the best chance of being offered a place in a course.
You should think carefully about how to order your preferences.
It's a good idea to talk to your school guidance officer, our staff or QTAC to make sure you have all the information you need.
You can use these steps as a guide:
You can change your preferences after you submit your QTAC application through QTAC's application services portal.
Check the QTAC key dates for details on when you can change preferences.
You may want to change your preferences if:
If you're worried that your results aren't enough to get into the course you want after receiving your OP or rank, you can change your preferences to apply for:
Keep in mind that the OP and rank cut-offs on our courses are a guide only. Cut-offs can change from year to year or offer round to offer round, depending on the:
Early and top-up offer round cut-offs can be higher than the major offer round cut-off. And the mid-year major offer round cut-offs can be higher than the January major offer round cut-offs.
If you receive an early offer but would like to study another course offered in a later offer round, you can rearrange your preferences after you receive the early offer by conditionally accepting, rejecting or deferring the offer. That means you'll be able to accept a new offer for your higher preference in a later offer round if you receive one.
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