DeBary, FL. Tutor for ACT/SAT, Algebra, and Finance
Tutor With Paul helps elementary school, middle school, high school, college and doctoral students in Debary, FL. with a wide array of subjects such as basic math and reading to finance classes and dissertations. However, we do specialize in ACT/SAT prep, algebra and standardized testing such as PERT and ASVAB. For example, a popular topic covered in our sessions is paper writing. Our tutors help with writing structure for English essays, research papers for various courses and even preparing dissertation chapters. The shows that the absolute importance of understanding good writing, structure and getting help from a tutor through the process.
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All Tutoring Is Completed By: Paul Borosky, Doctoral Candidate, MBA.
- Currently, an Adjunct Finance Professor at a local college.
- Former high school teacher for over three years.
- Over ten years as a professional tutor servicing: Orlando, UCF, Winter Garden, Oviedo, Sanford, Lake Mary, Deltona, and Debary.
- MBA from Webster University.
- Currently pursuing a Doctorate in Management.
- Member: Association of Tutoring Professionals.
Benefits of an ACT and SAT Tutor in DeBary, FL.
Writing is an option for the ACT test. However, our ACT tutors and SAT tutors have found that numerous colleges require the segment to be done. From this, the writing section has become an increased demand for tutoring services. When preparing for the section, our tutors show student specific structures in which to use to ensure increased opportunity for high scores. Fortunately, the structures also easy to learn and implement.
Benefits of a Math Tutor
Not surprisingly, a large segment of our tutoring sessions includes elementary students struggling with math. A common challenging topic, based on feedback from our math tutors, is related to rounding and place values. The reason for this challenge is because of the abstract nature of the concept. However, our math tutors prefer to have fun with this concept. For example, we often start with labeling different place values with common names. From this, we then show students how to substitute the common names for actual place value names. The ones calling me start with being called “Frank” and the tens column “Sally”. From here, we show how students how to replace the common names with “ones” and “tens”. This is just one of the simple strategies that we employ to help students grasp challenging concepts.