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question about the V.S.N
« on: September 21, 2021, 06:11:21 pm »
Do you need to know your student number and is their any other way beside contacting your schools V.C.E coordinator if so.  thankyou to whoever answers there is very little information on the V.C.C.A website.


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Re: question about the V.S.N
« Reply #1 on: September 21, 2021, 07:02:55 pm »
You should have your VSN written down somewhere but you don't really need it for anything. If you're a Year 12, you should know your VCAA number for exams, results and such.
Contacting your VCE coordinator is the easiest way to find out your VSN, however if you for some reason cannot do this (like if you've left school) VCAA lets you obtain a copy by emailing them.

Contact your current school for a copy of your VSN because they can verify your identity more quickly then we can. If you have left school, you may obtain a copy of your VSN by emailing the Victorian Student Number operations team at [email protected]. You will need to attach a photo or a scanned copy of your legal photo identification, such as a passport, driverís license or learnerís permit. In the text of your email state your full name, date of birth and the name of the school you last attended.

Note: Selfies are not accepted as proof of identification.