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My question is this that visa officer may refuse the student visa application based on even one of GTE criteria doesn't meet or he assesses over all application
 

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My question is this that visa officer may refuse the student visa application based on even one of GTE criteria doesn't meet or he assesses over all application
Here are the criteria that must be assessed:

The ministerial s499 direction Assessing the genuine temporary entrant criterion for student visa and student guardian visa applications (the GTE s499 direction) gives officers guidance on the six factors that must be taken into account when assessing the genuine temporary entrant criterion for student visa applications - in the GTE s499 direction, refer to:
• the applicant's circumstances in their home country
• the applicant's potential circumstances in Australia
• the value of the course to the applicant's future
• the applicant's immigration history
• if the applicant is a minor - the intentions of a parent, legal guardian or spouse/de facto partner of the applicant
• other relevant matters.
Although all factors in the direction must be considered, it is not to be used as a checklist; decision makers must use their judgement to weigh all the circumstances to make a determination as to whether the applicant is a genuine temporary entrant.
Decision makers are bound by the direction and must refer to it in assessing a student visa application.
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There are plenty of GTE refusals for students and others.

For a more specific answer, may I suggest that you consult a registered migration agent for an analysis of your case?
 
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