Woodall Tutoring

Woodall Tutoring

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Hired 2 times
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4 years in business
Serves Sugar Hill, GA
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    Shelly P.

    Andrew is terrific! Very patient with a great style of helping my teenage son understand concepts that he struggles with. Andrew is very polite, flexible and communicative.
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    February 24, 2022
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    Dominique S.

    Andrew tutors me in Calculus 1 at Kennesaw State University. He always made himself available to assist me with my needs, and is honestly the only reason why I passed my first test. He is patient, and explains each concept thoroughly. Andrew not only does a great job of explaining the concepts, but he explains it in a way that YOU can understand. He takes time to break down the concepts and takes time to work through practice problems to be sure you understand the material! I couldn’t have asked for a better tutor!!
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    September 13, 2020

    Frequently asked questions

    At first the best thing to do is map out a students needs/desires. We can set some prelimary goals and work towards them throughout the semster. 

    I like to start with some practice questions to get a basic idea of where the student is at in his/her development. 

    I have tutored throughout high school and as a college student I have taken many education courses on my track to becoming a certified educator. I have helped many classmates and general students prepare for mathematics and chemistry exams as well. 

    Online Tutoring: $25/hr

    -$40 for 2 hours (online only)

    In Person:

    -hosted by student: $25/hr

    -hosted by tutor: $25/hr

    I began teaching in high school when I started marching band. I would often succeed in learning a set of bars and then help other students who were struggling. I believe this is what initially drove my passion for teaching. Over the years I have been tutoring students, classmates, and even family! There is nothing more gratifying than knowing that you can be apart of someone's academic growth and success. 

    Mostly high school-college students.

    Find a teacher whose teaching style best represents your needs. Many students require hands on learning, auditory learning, visual learning, or a combination of these. If your in-school teacher does not use the method that best suits you then your tutor should be adaptive to your needs.

    Ask yourself,

    -Why am I struggling with this subject?

    -Do I understand the concepts,but not the math( or vice-versa)? 

    -Am I paying attention in class or do I completely lack interest?

    -How much work am I willing to put in to get the grade I want?


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