Graduating classes of 2018 wake to OP results
HUNDREDS of Southern Downs school leavers can access their OP ranking from today, marking the end to 12 years of study.
While formal certificates will start arriving in the post from next week, graduates can access their results and OPs online by logging into their account on the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority Student Connect website.
Across the state 733 students received an OP1, the highest ranking on offer and 21,333 students will receive an OP between 1 and 15.
Students will also receive their Queensland Certificate of Education.
Queensland Minister for Education Grace Grace congratulated more than 48,000 Year 12 graduates.
"Results show the class of 2018 worked to a consistently high standard, with 94 per cent of graduates achieving a QCE," she said.
"That is a fantastic result and I congratulate the students for their efforts.
"The QCE is an internationally-recognised qualification that records student achievement in school courses, vocational education and training, workplace learning and university subjects.
"I'd also like to pay tribute to the teachers who have played a very important role in helping students reach their potential."
- 51,872 students will receive a Senior Education Profile
- 48,649 students will receive a Queensland Certificate of Education
- 94 per cent of students achieved a QCE - 0.3 per cent higher than last year
- 25,766 students will receive a Tertiary Entrance Statement (showing their OP)
- 733 students will receive an OP1
- 21,333 students will receive an OP between 1 and 15
- 1073 students will receive a Certificate of Academic Commendation for Very High Achievement in the equivalent of at least six Authority subjects (i.e. at least 24 semesters at VHA standard)
- 31,395 students achieved a VET Certificate I, II, III or IV qualification
- 1623 students studied a university subject while still at school
- 908 students with learning impairments were awarded a Queensland Certificate of Individual Achievement