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Established in 2015 to help VCE students, Learnmate’s tutors assist students of all year levels throughout Australia.

Every Learnmate tutor in Melbourne possesses a Working with Children Check and completes a thorough training program, giving you total assurance that you’re engaging a tutor who is knowledgeable and trusted. Our tutors specialise in teaching all core subjects, including English, maths, biology, chemistry, physics, science, and more – from primary school to Years 7-12. Click below to start your journey with one of our professional and enthusiastic tutors today!

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Facts about VCE and the education system in Melbourne

In order to compare the overall achievement of students who have completed various combinations of VCE studies, the ATAR is determined by VTAC solely for use by tertiary institutions. VTAC forwards the ATAR to the selection authorities at the institutions along with application information. It is a rank, the ATAR is not a score out of 100. It implies the accomplishment of a student in comparison to other students.

All studies at the VCE are grouped into units. Usually, VCE subjects consist of four units, with each unit covering one research semester. Each unit requires a fixed number of results (usually two or three); an outcome defines the skills and abilities that should be exhibited by a student by the time the unit is completed by the student. Topic selection relies on each individual school. It is appropriate to research units 3/4 of a subject in sequential order, while units 1/2 can be mixed and matched.

To be awarded the VCE, a student must successfully complete at least:

  • All 4 units of an English subject
  • Three additional Unit 3/4 sequences
  • Pass with a satisfactory of at least 16 units out of the normal 20-24 units

This therefore means that a student must study at least four subjects to be awarded the VCE. Selection of studies depends on other factors as well, such as prerequisites for university courses.

A student earns either a ‘satisfactory’ (S) or ‘non-satisfactory’ (N) outcome upon completing a unit. A ‘Satisfactory’ result is all that is required to graduate with the VCE if a student does not wish to continue tertiary education. If a student wishes to study at a higher level, they may need an ATAR. A student must satisfactorily complete three units of any subject in the English sector in order to obtain an ATAR and twelve units in any other subject.