TOP recognises that success in life comes from what each student makes of it. Therefore, if you are intending to apply for admission our Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree, but do not meet the standard criteria for admission, you may still be considered under our Adjustment Factors scheme. Adjustment Factors are extra points that are added or used in combination with your ATAR score.
Please note that Adjustment Factors do not apply for TOP's business degrees.
An applicant may receive a maximum of 10 Adjustment Points through a combination of subject adjustment points and other adjustment/equity points.
Applicants may receive a maximum of 3 adjustment points in their application. Points may be gained for achievement in English Advanced Band 6, English Extension 1 or 2 Band 3 - 4; or Mathematics extension 1 or 2 Band 3 - 4.
Educational/Social Disadvantage Adjustment
Rural and regional performers - These form part of the National Access Scheme. A maximum of 5 adjustment points may be awarded under this category.
Indigenous Entry Program
This program is an equity initiative aimed at increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander participation within the Bachelor of Laws degree. It provides opportunities to Indigenous Australians who may not acquire the necessary score for entry into their degree of choice.
As part of the selection process, some applicants may be required to attend an assessment workshop and an interview with a senior academic advisor at TOP.
Selected applicants are eligible to receive up to 5 points for admission.