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Why didn't I receive a Field Position D when I studied Maths B?

No one subject on its own makes you eligible for a particular Field Position (FP). To be eligible for an FP you need to study a combination of subjects that gives you 60 weighted semesters in that field. Maths B alone gives you 20 weighted semesters towards Field Position D. For more information about FP eligibility visit the FPs page on the QSA website.

Why did I only receive three Field Positions when I did all four parts of the QCS Test?

Completing the different parts of the QCS Test does not contribute to eligibility for Field Positions (FPs). While you are required to sit the test to be eligible for an OP and FPs, your subject choices determine your eligibility for FPs. What matters in the calculation of FPs is how highly you achieved in the subjects that emphasise the skills within the definition of each field. The number of semester units for which you studied a subject also influences the calculation of your FPs and your eligibility.

Last updated: 2 December 2013