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Information for schools

Each year, ATAR Notes works directly with hundreds of Australia’s leading schools to provide their Year 10-12 students with access to many helpful resources.

Printed Study Guides

Our printed Study Guides are written by students, for students.

To order Study Guides for your students, please download the relevant order form, fill in your order, and send it back to us.

School EdUnlimited Subscription

EdUnlimited is our digital platform, which houses online copies of hundreds of study resources. This includes every ATAR Notes title, and past Neap Trial Exams.

With EdUnlimited, students can access their resources in one place, search for relevant terms, and make personal study notes.

If you would like to order EdUnlimited for your school, please reach out.

School Seminars

Our engaging school seminars cover a range of the most popular HSC, QCE and VCE subjects. Delivered by top recent graduates, the seminars will help your students revise and consolidate knowledge for their subjects. These seminars can be delivered online or at your school.

For more information or to organise a school seminar, please email us.

Request a new ATAR Notes Study Guide

Are you studying a subject or set text that's not already covered in our range (check here first)?

Fill out this quick form to tell our publishing team what you'd like to see next!

For SUBJECTS, please write "Biology" "Music" etc. For TEXT GUIDES, please include the title and author (e.g. "Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare") - you can request more than one text!

Need more information? have another enquiry?

ATAR Notes is backed by the InStudent Education Group - Leaders in secondary education support. We provide educational materials and technology to over 2,500 schools, and over half a million students each year.

Our mission is to educate, inform, and inspire both students and teachers.

To learn more, please visit our website.

About ATAR Notes

ATAR Notes aims to increase the accessibility of high-quality educational materials to students both in terms of affordability and ease of access for regional students across Australia.