Knight School Tutoring

Knight School Tutoring

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2 employees
5 years in business
Serves Kissimmee, FL
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    Diana B.

    extremely helpful and gives though out explanations for physics. couldn’t study physics for my MCAT without him!!!!
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    July 03, 2019

    Andres D.

    The best tutor I’ve ever had. He brought clarity to any issue I came across and explained the problems extremely well. 10/10!!
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    July 03, 2019

    Daniel R.

    Andy is an excellent tutor. He is extremely competent in his areas of expertise and is very thorough when he is explaining and teaching. Great tutor.
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    July 03, 2019

    Liseth R.

    My experience with Knight School Tutoring has been EXCELLENT AND VERY SUCCESSFUL. I want to emphasize that Andy, the tutor, has demonstrated me his passion for teaching with the purpose of achieving successful academic development of his students. I can guarantee that his tutoring sessions will always be well prepared, as he always takes the time, very patiently and organized, to go through every single concept and brake it down into simple, understandable concepts that will facilitate the students’ comprehension of any subject. Andy has tutored me in several areas such as, ALGEBRA, TRIGONOMETRY, CHEMISTRY, CALCULUS I and II, PHYSICS I and II, and DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS.
    With his help, I have been able to understand my classes better than when I am in class. His teaching method is undoubtedly very efficient and effective. You will see the results but, most importantly, you will understand and feel comfortable with the material. I recommend Knight School Tutoring for those who want an EFFICIENT, EFFECTIVE, AND, SUCCESSFUL tutoring session.
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    May 27, 2019

    Robert K.

    Andy was ready to help me right away. For our first meeting he was prepared with plenty of knowledge on statistics. Also he was very flexible with the days we could meet up.
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    May 26, 2019

    Nick

    Explains everything perfectly fine and everything clicks in my mind
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    May 26, 2019

    Frequently asked questions

    Before we start scheduling sessions I like to meet with the student and/or parent(s). We work with the student to come up with a detailed description of the current situation and the desired results. Next, we come up with a set of goals and plan of action needed to accomplish said results. This plan depends on the needs of the student, but most include some sort of schedule plus pre and post-session communication to track progress.

    I have 5 years of experience tutoring at Valencia College and 3 years experience tutoring on my own. The subjects I can tutor are geometry, intermediate algebra, college algebra, pre-calculus, trigonometry, calculus I, II & III, physics I & II, ordinary differential equations I, introduction to chemistry, chemistry I and II, and Spanish language. I also have provided tutoring in English and Spanish for better convenience and comfort of the student.

    Tutoring starts at $50/hr but I am willing to negotiate based on content difficulty, bulk purchasing, and special circumstances

    I started teaching consistently at Valencia College. In 2014  I was presented with a volunteer opportunity to tutor math students and fulfill some requirements for the Bridges to Success program. I quickly decided I liked what I was doing and applied for a paid position for the next school year. Over the years my passion for tutoring and education has grown to a point where I decided to start my own business, pick up another major, and pursue a Ph.D. in graduate school after I get my bachelor’s degree.

    I mostly work with students taking college level math, science, and engineering courses. But also have experience with middle and high schoolers taking math and science classes.

    Last semester I had a student that had taken two years off from school and jumped right into a Calculus II (!!!!!) class with one of the toughest professors on her campus. We were battling all semester for her to pass, but in the end she did it!

    Make sure your teacher is passionate about teaching!


    Also, b
    efore hiring any teacher, it is advisable that the student reads the material,  highlighting the important points and identifying the concepts they are struggling with. In this way, the tutoring session will be more productive for the student. 

     

    Do I understand the material?

    If I understand the material, will I be able to teach it and explain it?

    What exactly is preventing me from understanding the material?

    Am I  struggling with the concept or its application?


    Services offered

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