The UMAT2013 registration fee is $210. This fee covers online registration for the test, preparation material (i.e. Practice Test 1 booklet), materials required for the paper test, and provision of test results.
The Concession Registration Fee of $110 is available to candidates who hold a current Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card (both issued by Centrelink), or who are listed as a dependant on the current Health Care Card or Pensioner Concession Card of a parent or guardian. This fee covers online registration for the test, preparation material (i.e. Practice Test 1 booklet), materials required for the paper test, and provision of test results.
Holders of Medicare cards, private health insurance membership cards and New Zealand Community Services cards are not eligible for concession. The Concession Registration Fee is not available to candidates taking the test outside Australia.
Late registrations attract a $65 late fee. Holders of concession cards will not be exempted from payment of the late fee where applicable.
For candidates sitting UMAT outside Australia or New Zealand, an additional overseas testing levy of $185 applies.
All dollar amounts referred to are Australian dollars and all payments must be made in Australian dollars.
Registration fees may be paid by credit card or by Australia Post money order. Personal cheques are NOT accepted. Candidates living outside Australia who do not have access to a credit card must pay by bank draft in Australian dollars, drawn on an Australian bank.
Online payment may be made by AMEX, Diners Club, Mastercard or VISA. ACER uses a secure carrier for its online payment functions to act as its interface with the banking system. Credit card and accompanying personal details are not recorded or stored by ACER, but are encrypted at point of capture and transmitted direct to the bank. Thus you can be assured this is a safe payment option.
UMAT2013 registrations open
5 April 2013
UMAT2013 Information Booklet
26 March 2013
21 September 2012