Oviedo, FL. Tutor for ACT/SAT, Algebra, and Finance
Tutor With Paul helps elementary school, middle school, high school, college and doctoral students in Oviedo, 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 study skills. Often, our tutors have found that students have difficulty with not just one subject but with all subjects. When this happens, from our experiences, students do not have a learning challenge they actually often have a study skills challenge. When students are faced with the study skill challenge, our tutors take significant time in helping students better manage their class work and time distribution. From this, students often excel and improve rapidly based on better structure overall.
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All Tutoring Is Completed By: Paul Borosky, Doctoral Candidate, MBA., Published Author
- Currently, an Adjunct Finance Professor at a local college.
- Subject matter expert in Finance and Business.
- Former high school teacher for over three years.
- Professional author.
- Over ten years as a professional tutor servicing: Orlando, UCF, Winter Garden, Oviedo, Sanford, Lake Mary, Deltona, and Debary.
- MBA from Webster University.
- Doctorate Candidate in Management.
Benefits of an ACT and SAT Tutor in Oviedo, FL.
A popular question on standardized tests, especially for the ACT and SAT, is related to mean, median, mode and range. Because of this, our ACT tutors and SAT tutors our skilled with helping students first identify the differences between the terms. Once the differences are understood, we can then show their interrelations. In the end, that only the students better understand the vocabulary but they are able to differentiate between needed calculations.
Benefits of a Math Tutor
As odd as this may sound, our math tutors spend significant time in helping students read directions. Nothing is worse, based on feedback from our math tutors, then when a student is faced with the problem and they do not even understand the directions. Because of this, a starting point for some of our math tutoring sessions is just understanding terminology and directions. Once students understand what they need to do there is unable to use various tools taught in class to solve the related problems.