Outcome advice is sent as soon as the information is available and checked. However, if you have a good reason for needing to know the possible outcome early from early June (e.g. having to pay a non-refundable deposit exceeding $800 to secure a place at an alternative school), you should:
1. contact the Unit for an Early advice request form.
2. complete the form, enclosing evidence (e.g. a letter offering a place at a non-government high school with the closing date and the amount of the deposit clearly stated).
3. sign the undertaking to keep the information strictly confidential and return the form to the Unit.
4. telephone the Unit a day or two before the deadline and, if the early release of information has been approved, you will be told the likely outcome as it appears at the time.
This information is given only once. It is important to understand that the accuracy of this early information cannot be guaranteed as the selection process will not be complete at that stage. Generally the only information the Unit can be reasonably certain about at that stage is whether a particular student is unsuccessful for all choices. No information will be available before early June.