All ISAT test sessions will be conducted via remote proctoring.

ACER registration portal

  • Register for ISAT
  • Create and manage your ACER account
  • Purchase practice material
Visit registration portal

Test dates

Test Window 1: 2 May - 20 May 2022

Test Window 2: 1 August - 20 August 2022

Test Window 3: 7 November - 25 November 2022

How to register for ISAT

  1. Read the pre-registration requirements and information
  2. Create an ACER account
  3. Register for ISAT via your ACER account
  4. Register for a ProctorU account
  5. Receive your invitation from the ISAT Office to book with ProctorU
  6. Book your test session with ProctorU
  7. Access preparation materials
  8. Read and understand the test day requirements

Payment, refunds and deferrals

The registration fee for ISAT is AUD $413. Payment is made to ACER at the time of registration.

Refund policy 

Deferrals

Candidates are able to defer their ISAT registration once. Any subsequent deferrals will incur a deferral fee of $65 AUD.

Candidates can defer to any Test Window within the 2022 – 2023 testing period. Once a deferral has been processed, candidates cannot then apply for a refund of their deferred sitting.

What is the ISAT ID

When you register to sit ISAT with ACER, you are provided with an ISAT ID. You will receive your ISAT ID in your initial confirmation email and via your ACER account.

The ISAT ID is to be quoted on your tertiary admissions applications and it is important that you do not provide institutions with the incorrect ISAT ID. The confusion caused by providing the incorrect ISAT ID may lead to a delay in reviewing your application or failure to access your ISAT results, which are critical as part of your application.

Reasonable adjustments

If you have a disability or other health-related or educational need which might interfere with your ability to sit the test in the standard manner, you should apply for reasonable adjustments as soon as possible after you complete your registration.

This includes if you require:

  • access to food
  • medication
  • medical equipment or other devices during testing time

If you are unsure, we recommend you submit an application. All requests are assessed on a case-by-case basis and all reasonable efforts will be made to provide you with support and appropriate testing conditions for your needs.

Candidates whose native language is not English may bring a printed bilingual dictionary into the test. Dictionaries must not contain definitions of English words in English. The pages must be unmarked and all notes removed. Any candidate taking this option must submit the dictionary to the proctor for inspection before the test begins. Candidates should note that electronic dictionaries are not permitted

Adjustment request deadlines

You must submit your request before the deadline for your test window:

  • Test Window 1: 18 April 2022 (9pm AEST)
  • Test Window 2: 18 July 2022 (9pm AEST)
  • Test Window 3: 24 October 2022 (9pm AEST)