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Adjustment factors for undergraduate admission

Boost your selection rank with approved adjustment factors, also known as bonus points, designed to help you meet the criteria for your intended program at Bond University.  

If you are a current Year 12 student, or completed your Australian Year 12 studies within the last two years, you may be eligible to have adjustment factors applied to your selection rank. While these do not increase your ATAR or Year 12 score itself, they elevate your overall selection rank, which can help you to meet eligibility requirements for a specific program, keeping in mind that you will still need to successfully satisfy any prerequisites.

You’ll only have adjustment factors applied if you don’t meet the minimum ATAR, OP or selection rank score for your program of interest.  

Discover available adjustment factors

Learn more about each of the adjustment factors available when applying to Bond University, and any additional evidence or applications required.  

Adjustment factor exceptions

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Adjustment factors don’t apply to every circumstance – there are a few exceptions that may void your eligibility. Adjustment factors cannot be used for:

  • Scholarship consideration: If you plan on applying for a scholarship to Bond University, this will be assessed on the merit factors specific to that scholarship, and adjustments will not apply.  
  • Early offers: Our conditional offer system is assessed using first semester Year 12 results, and so, does not take adjustment factors into consideration.  

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