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Private tutors in Adelaide
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Where can I find a private tutor in Adelaide?

Learnmate’s experienced tutors provide one-on-one and group lessons to suit our students’ learning needs. We have a strong cohort of tutors that service a range of locations across Adelaide, so whether you’re looking for lessons at home, online, at a public library or elsewhere, you’re sure to find a tutor that suits you.

All of our tutors in Adelaide possess a Working with Children Check and undergo online training, giving you complete assurance that you’re engaging a tutor who is knowledgeable and trusted.

We have tutors available to teach English, maths, science, biology, physics, economics, chemistry, and more. No matter what subject you need help with, you’ll find the best tutors in Adelaide with Learnmate.

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Private tutors in Adelaide by subject

With Learnmate’s network of over 1,000 experienced tutors teaching online and in-person across Adelaide, you’re sure to find your perfect tutor in Brisbane. Here are just some of the subjects our tutors can help you with:

The South Australian Certificate of Education (SACE) is awarded to South Australian students upon the successful completion of their senior secondary education.

Students receive ‘credits’ that count towards the SACE from courses taken during their final two years of school: 20 credits for a year-long class, 10 credits for a semester-long class. In order to achieve the SACE, they must receive 200 credits in total. They also must attain at least a C standard for compulsory classes taken in Stage 1 (Year 11) and at least a C-minus for these classes in Stage 2 (Year 12).

For further information, explore the SACE website here.

Fun fact: The SACE program, which is the Year 11/12 curriculum in Adelaide, is also taught in secondary schools in the Northern Territory. There, it is recognised as the Certificate of Education and Training for the Northern Territory (NTCET). 

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