First, tutors can help identify specific areas that students need additional support and provide practice in those areas at all grade levels (K-12).
Math tutors can also serve to build students’ self esteem and help them establish a firm foundation in math, including Algebra, Geometry, and Algebra II, so that students can build on their skills in each grade level.
Teens rank math as their most difficult subject in high school so it’s important to start as early as elementary school age.
Tutors can help determine non academic factors that affect students’ performance in math, such as organizational skills, (showing all their work step by step, attention difficulties.
Tutors can teach students how to use their time effectively, in addition to targeting specific weaknesses.
For students who are already strong in math, tutors can provide them with more challenging math content to help them advance and prepare them for more advanced classes, state testing, and the SAT/ACT exams.