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School Ranking in Australia by street-directory

Street-Directory.com.au provides the ranking results based on NAPLAN test scores, ATAR Results(e.g. VCE, HSC, etc) if available, combined with criteria including school environment, teacher/student ratio, funding, etc.


* NAPLAN Test results are categorised into 4 areas of Reading, Writing, Language Conventions, and Numeracy. Each category is rated from 1-100 and is then averaged out into an overall score, as highlighted in the right hand section. Australian average score is 50 in both the individual categories and overall score. With this information you can determine exactly where each particular school sits Australia wide. Independent results are broken down and displayed on the screen by clicking on the school name.

* NAPLAN Test covers up to year 9. The results are categorised into 4 areas of Reading, Writing, Language Conventions, and Numeracy. Each category is rated from 1-100 and is then averaged out into an overall score, as highlighted in the right hand section. Australian average score is 50 in both the individual categories and overall score. With this information you can determine exactly where each particular school sits Australia wide. Independent results are broken down and displayed on the screen by clicking on the school name.

* ATAR ranking system will determine where your school sits based on the overall performance of students who've undertaken end of year exams. Student performances will either be calculated in the 'average' or in a 'higher performance' category which is determined by result statistics.

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