From ATAR to The USA! Getting Into Top US Universities From Australia

Can Australian students make it to the USA with an ATAR score or do they need to study IB, A-Level's or AP's? The answer to this and more might surprise you as Crimson dives deep into the academic and curriculum requirements for Australian students dreaming of studying in the USA. Register for our FREE webinar!

Wednesday, December 13, 2023

8:00 AM CUT

Zoom Webinar

Your grades WILL affect your application to US universities 📝🎓

As an Australian student, make sure your application is ready to impress American admissions officers!

Do top universities accept an ATAR score? You may be surprised to learn than most of them do!

Join us to find out what kind of academic requirements are needed from Australian students to successfully apply to top universities in the US and much, much more.

In this webinar, we will answer all of your questions about:

  • How Admissions Officers view an ATAR result
  • Calculating your Grade Point Average (GPA)
  • Which standardised tests you need to sit – the SAT or ACT?
  • Tips and tricks for Australian-based students wanting to study in America

Plus a Live Q&A!


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