Answers to frequently asked questions about your results.

2021 student results are available on Wednesday 15 December.

The results are progressively emailed to all students to the email address provided in their Student Declaration.

Printed results (and the certificates achieved) are also posted. The mailing of results starts on Wednesday 15 December.

* Keep in mind that results are progressively emailed from the morning of 15 December, so your classmates may receive their results earlier or later in the day than you.

Your results are sent to the email address you provided in your Student Declaration. If you need to update your email address, you can do this using the Update your email address form.

You need to update your email address before or on 14 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 17 December.

You will be emailed your results to the updated and verified email address within 24 hours (for updates made between 15 and 17 December).

After 17 December, you will need to order a replacement copy of your results using the Replacement Certificate form (fee applies).

You can use the Results Queries form on the TASC website to raise any matters related to your exams and results, including queries about missing results.

To achieve the TCE you must meet all the TCE Standards:

  • Participation and Achievement Standard – 120 credit points with at least 80 credit points at TASC Level 2 and above
  • Everyday Adult Standard – Reading, Writing and Communication (in English)
  • Everyday Adult Standard – Mathematics
  • Everyday Adult Standard – Use of Computers and the Internet.

If you have not achieved 120 TCE credit points, you can continue to add credit points in future years, including through VET studies and TASC recognised formal learning.

If you need to meet any of the three TCE Everyday Adult Standards you can sit a Safety Net Test to achieve the Standard. Please contact your school to arrange sitting the test.

See ‘TCE Progress’ on your Statement of Results to work out what you need to do to achieve your TCE. Speak with your school or with TASC about the options available.

To be eligible to receive an ATAR in Tasmania, you need to:

  • complete two years of post-Year 10 study
  • achieve the TCE
  • achieve at least a Satisfactory Achievement or better in at least four TASC Level 3 or Level 4 courses or equivalent (a minimum of 60 TCE credit points). At least three of these courses (45 TCE credit points) must be achieved in your final year (Year 12 or Year 13).

More information about the ATAR is available on the University of Tasmania website and the TASC website. If you believe you should have received an ATAR but haven’t, contact TASC using the Results Queries form.

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 examination material.

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”.

Your Qualifications Certificate can be updated as you gain more qualifications throughout your life.

If you complete a Safety Net Test (to meet the standards to achieve your TCE), you will receive an updated Certificate.

If you have completed a recognised qualification (such as a VET Certificate) after leaving school you can apply to add a recognised qualification to your Qualifications Certificate.

For more information for students, see: