Orange City, FL. Tutor for ACT/SAT, Algebra, and Finance

Tutor With Paul helps elementary school, middle school, high school, college and doctoral students in Orange City, 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 complex numbers.  Students in algebra two see the term complex number and immediately shut down because they believe the topic is difficult.  However, our tutors are able to show students relatively quickly that just because the name says complex does not mean a topic needs to be.  With this roadblock eliminated, our tutors are able to help students grasp the importance of the topic and how to manipulate the various complex problems they will face in their math courses.

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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 benefit from our ACT and SAT tutors is related to, again, complex numbers. Specifically, students, after some tutoring sessions, are able to solve problems using complex numbers. However, in some questions on standardized tests, students do not need to go through the full process of solving complex numbers in order to achieve the correct answer. Because assembly shortcuts, our tutors are able to identify and show students how to avoid significant work to arrive at the correct answer.

Benefits of a Math Tutor in Orange City, FL.

A growing concept that is being covered in high school math is related to the financial concepts of simple and compound interest.  However, because of this is a relatively new concept taught in high school, some teachers have challenges explaining and differentiating between the two topics.  From this, our math tutors may help fill in the blanks that teachers often miss.  To exploit this opportunity, make sure to contact one of our math tutors today.