Getting your results

Getting your results

Your grades and HSC results are available to view in My Details as soon as they are released.

How to get your 2015 HSC results

HSC results will be available from 6.00am on Wednesday 16 December 2015

The HSC Inquiry Centre 1300 13 83 23 hotline will be available from 8am on Wednesday 16 December 2015 followed shortly after by other HSC results services

Types of student results

1. Credentials

Credentials are the formal certificates or documents you receive from BOSTES recording your achievements. You can view examples of the HSC credentials and the RoSA credentials on the BOSTES Website.

2. eRecord

Once you log in to your personal Students Online account, you can generate a PDF summary, called an eRecord, of your results to date in My Details >Enrolments/Results.

3. Record of School Achievement (RoSA)

If you leave school before completing your HSC, you may be eligible to be awarded with a Record of School Achievement (RoSA).

Read more about leaving school and the RoSA by clicking here

Once your school has requested your RoSA a copy will be made available to you within a month of the date your school tells BOSTES you have left. If you sit the Literacy and Numeracy tests, the results of these will be available in My Details. For more detail about Literacy and Numeracy test results see the BOSTES website

Need help logging in? 

If this is your first time logging in to your personal account, you need to activate your account and create your Students Online PIN. If you forgot your PIN, see Help

Remember: your BOSTES Student Number and Students Online PIN are different to the UAC Number and PIN.

Important privacy information 

BOSTES will provide the personal details and results of all NSW students to the Universities Admissions Centre for the calculation of the Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank or ATAR, and to TAFE NSW. In addition, your principal and some approved officials from the school system to which your school belongs - the Department of Education and Communities, the Catholic Education Commission or the Association of Independent Schools - will also have access to your results.

BOSTES publishes HSC merit lists on its website and provides these lists to select media outlets. HSC merit lists include the name, school and course/s of all students who, for example, achieve a HSC mark in the top band in any course. 
BOSTES does not provide the media with the names or the results of any other students. If you choose not to have your name published on the BOSTES website and provided to the media you will not be eligible to receive associated prizes.

Please read 
BOSTES' privacy policy. If you require further information on privacy issues or wish to be removed from a published merit list, please contact us.