Median VCE score
percentage of Scores of 40 and over
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There are a large range of factors that impact on academic results in addition to the role played by the school itself.
These include the SES (Socio Economic Status) background of students, whether the school is selective in its student intake, etc.
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- The small schools with less than 20 study scores are not listed.
- IB results are not included. See the list of IB Schools; VCE Students - Number of students enrolled in at least one VCE unit at level 3-4.
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- Unit 3-4 cohort - Number of students enrolled in at least one VCE unit at level 3-4
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The following table ranks Victorian Catholic schools based on