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Private tutors in Brisbane

Where can I find a private tutor in Brisbane?

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 Brisbane, 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 tutors have been vetted to ensure they meet a minimum standard of academic excellence, experience or have a relevant teaching qualification. Tutors are provided the opportunity to complete professional training if they haven’t already. This gives you complete assurance that you’re engaging a tutor who is knowledgeable and trusted. Learnmate tutors teach both in-person and online, so no matter your preference, you’re sure to find someone who meets your needs!

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 Brisbane with Learnmate.

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Private tutors in Brisbane by subject

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

The Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) is awarded to students who successfully complete senior school in the state, typically at the end of year 12.

To receive a QCE, students must be awarded at least 20 credits from Units 1&2 (Year 11) and 3&4 (Year 12) subjects. 1 credit is assigned for each subject satisfactorily completed in Unit 1 and Unit 2, and 2 credits are assigned for each Unit 3&4 subject in which students receive a grade of C or higher. At least 12 credits must come from designated ‘core courses.’

For further information, explore the QCE website here.

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