Longwood, FL. Tutor for ACT/SAT, Algebra, and Finance

Tutor With Paul helps elementary school, middle school, high school, college and doctoral students in Longwood, 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 sentence structure. Most of us remember teachings related to nouns and verbs, subjects and predicates. However, sentence structure is so much more than this for higher level courses in college. Because of the importance of sentence structure at this state of learning, our tutors find a significant need for training. When our tutors work with graduate and doctoral level students in writing papers or dissertations, this topic is examined thoroughly. Once this is master, and well-structured paper is possible.

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Email: Paulb@Tutor4Finance.com

Tutoring Sessions may be In-Person or online via Skype!

All Tutoring Is Completed By: ​ Paul Borosky, Doctoral Candidate, MBA.

Paul's Experience:

  • 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

A common topic in both the SAT and ACT is related to the Pythagorean theorem. However, the popular A2+B2=C2 is not explicit in most test questions. From this, our ACT tutors and SAT tutors help students identify when the concept is needed in various word problems. From this identification alone, applying the simple mathematical formula is easily done and popular test questions are solved relatively quickly.

Benefits of a Math Tutor

A common challenge for most math students, based on feedback from our math tutors, our word problems. Were problems are inserted into math to ensure that mathematical concepts are used in the real-world setting. However, most math instructors struggle with helping students bridge the gap between educational setting and real-world applications. Fortunately, our math tutors excel with helping students attain a working understanding of word problems using mathematical functions.