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      Should I push the date of my STAT day back to allow time to complete your training course?

      It is imperative that you get a good result in the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) to ensure you can apply for the degree you want to complete. Not only that but you pay to complete the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). It is for those reasons that we recommend that you do push back your STAT date in order to give you time to complete our training. It is a good idea to do this to ensure you have enough time to complete the training (the training takes two weeks on average to complete). Out of our clients, in excess of 98% get the results they need at STAT, therefore by completing our training you are basically guaranteeing your progression to the next stage with competitive results.

      Will I need to complete essays as well?

      If you are in QLD, SA or the NT then most likely no! This is also dependant on what uni you are applying to however, so if you live in QLD but are applying to a uni in VIC then you will have to request to complete the essay component as well! Check with the uni you are applying to before you complete the STAT day just to be sure!

      Where are the training courses conducted?

      Our training is now conducted online and as such from the convenience of your own home. We also offer Skype tutoring if you require extra assistance.

      Is it normal to study for the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)?

      Yes it is entirely normal to study for the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). In fact the majority of applicants who don’t get through simply haven’t prepared enough. It is the unprepared candidates that that the STAT is designed to eliminate and you can increase your scores dramatically by learning the right techniques to answer the questions!

      When is the best time to do our preparation courses?

      The best time to do the STAT Preparation Course is about one month before your STAT date. This will give you enough time to consolidate the skills you learn on course. You will be required to complete a maths book prior to beginning the online training, this will ensure that you are up to speed with the basic maths that is required. The more time you have to study the information presented in the training course the better!

      Is it possible to increase my score in the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT)?

      Yes it is entirely possible. As a matter of fact it is common for our client’s scores to increase by more then 50%. That’s right, what we are saying is that if you do our training courses it is extremely likely that your scores will be improved by more than 50% by the end of the training! That’s how good our shortcuts and techniques are!

      Typically how much do your clients improve?

      Typically our client’s tests scores increase by upwards of 50%.

      How long do I have access to the online training tests for?

      You will have access to the online training tests as long as you would like to continue the subscription. This will allow you to stay refreshed and your skills polished right up until the day of your STAT day.

      I already score well in exams at school, why should I do your course?

      First of all the exams you did at school are entirely different to the tests that you will complete in the Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT). Secondly, for those exams at school you would have done a large amount of study and it is that study that would have yielded you a good result. The same rules apply for the STAT, you must study the content that they assess, the better the study the better your result will be.

      Do we offer a discount for our courses?

      No! The courses are priced as low as possible, which is one of the reasons why we converted to online training. This way we no longer have to hire training facilities and thus could reduce the costs dramatically for you.

      What is the most common reason that people do not get good scores in the STAT?

      To put it simply, the most common reason that candidates don’t achieve good results is because they haven’t studied the right content or they haven’t studied hard enough. That is why we offer our courses that provide you with EXACTLY what you need to know. On top of this we teach you shortcuts and techniques that will put you ahead of the game so you receive results which will give you the best chance of being successful.