ANU has today announced a new form of alternative admission. Students who receive a UAI of 65 or over can increase their chances of admission by sitting a 150-minute exam on 19 January 2007 (sample questions hereÂ – they look pretty similar to the US GRE). Since we typically fill all our spots, the other way of thinking about it is that students who do not sit the optional exam now have a lower chance of admission than in the past.
Other ANU special entry schemes include:
- Special Adult Entry Scheme (for applicants aged over 21)
- Indigenous Australian Admissions Scheme
- Countrywide Access Scheme