You register your email address to be emailed your results when you complete your Student Declaration. Your results are also posted to you (even if you have registered for emailed results). 

The emailed results include extra detail about your course results, including the ratings you achieved for each criterion (both internal and external).

If you need to update the email address you provided, you can do this below: 

Update your email address before or on Tuesday 12 December, and complete both steps in the registration process:

  1. complete the registration form
  2. click on the link that is emailed to you to verify that the email address provided is correct.

TASC will keep the Update your email address form available for late updates until 5pm on Friday 15 December.

You will be emailed your results to the updated and verified email address within 24 hours (for updates made between 13 and 15 December).

To help you understand your results statement, see the video Understanding Year 11-12 ratings and awards and infosheet Understanding Assessment.

The results statement and certificates you receive will depend on a range of factors, including what year of study you have just completed. 

Your Statement of Results shows the results of all courses for the year and information about your progress towards achieving the Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE). 

Depending on your achievements, Year 12 and Year 13 students might receive one, two or three certificates. 

Year 10 students  (studying TASC senior secondary courses) 

Year 11 students 

Year 12 and Year 13 students 

See Qualifications and certificates for more information about the Qualifications Certificate (QC), Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE) and Tasmanian Certificate of Educational Achievement (TCEA). 

To help you understand how results are calculated, see the video Understanding Year 11-12 ratings and awards and the information sheet Understanding assessment.

The awards you could receive for a TASC accredited course are: 

  • Preliminary Achievement 
  • Satisfactory Achievement 
  • Commendable Achievement
  • High Achievement 
  • Exceptional Achievement. 

For Vocational Education and Training: 

  • courses – Competent or Not Competent 
  • qualifications – Achieved. 

Your final award for a TASC accredited course is determined by TASC from the internal assessment ratings and external assessment ratings (where applicable) that you achieve. How many ratings there are for each course, and how many are from internal assessment and external assessment is detailed on the Course page for each course under “Award Requirements”. 

A course will contribute to your Tasmanian Certificate of Education (TCE) if you achieve an award of Preliminary Achievement (PA) or higher. The number of TCE credit points for each course is listed on the Course page for each course. 

Internal assessment 

Your teacher for each course assesses your achievement during the year. The number and type of internal assessments depend on the course you are studying, and are outlined on the Course page for the course under “Work Requirements”. 

External assessment 

Only Level 3 and 4 courses have external assessment requirements. These may be a written or oral exam, folio, project work, practical or display assessment. These courses are externally assessed by TASC markers. External assessment details are outlined on the Course page for each course under “External Assessment Requirements”. 

Derived exam ratings 

Derived exam ratings are used to determine your external assessment results, if it is accepted that you are sick or experience an emergency and can’t attend your exam (in whole or in part). You need to apply to receive derived exam ratings. See the information sheet about Student Results using Derived Exam Ratings. 

You can use the Results Query form to raise any matters related to your results. The FAQs for students on your results or video Understanding Year 11-12 ratings and awards may answer your query.

Please do not send multiple queries. We receive a large volume of queries when results are issued and will respond as quickly as possible.

University entrance queries 

Entry requirements to university vary by course and by university. 

TASC does not oversee university entrance or the Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR)The University of Tasmania (as the Tasmanian Tertiary Admissions Centre) determines what courses can be counted towards your ATAR. 

See University entrance and Understanding the ATAR for more information. 

Request for Inspection of Written Exam

You can request to inspect your written exams (fee applies), including if you received unexpected external results in a course. An unexpected external result is one that is substantially different than the results in your final internal ratings.

Review the eligibility requirements before completing the application form at Inspections of written exam material. 

Request for Copy of Written Exam Paper Response

You can complete the Request for copy of written exams form to have your exam paper responses returned to you in the first week of July (fee applies).

If you just want to see the exam paper, all written exam papers are published on the TASC website after the exams are held. Go to the Course page and select “Supporting documents including external assessment material”.

You can have your Qualifications Certificate updated as you gain more qualifications throughout your life. You can also add any other recognised formal learning by completing the Application to add a recognised qualification. 

While the Tasmanian Certificate or Education (TCE) is primarily designed for those completing the senior secondary stage of education and training, there are no time restrictions on when you can be issued the TCE; it is a lifelong qualification. This means that if you complete further learning you can be issued with the TCE. 

For information about recognising results from interstate and overseas, see: 

The Student Results Newsletter is sent to students with their emailed results explaining the results received, answering questions and key dates. 

See the 2022 Student Results Newsletter.

See TASC key dates for all key dates.

2023 external assessments