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Academic Tutoring


Academic Tutoring

A good SAT score alone will not be sufficient to get into a good college. Students all need to have good GPA (4.0+). To make sure that the students are doing well in their academic school courses, we provide help in most academic subjects. Whether it is consistent retention, intermittent practice, or a rare re-explaining, we break down problems and concepts using different teaching methodologies so that students can build confidence and expand their own understanding of each subject. We do not leave until the assignment is finished.

The tutoring is offered in a small classroom setup. The class will consist of 3-5 students working on the same subjects. The detailed concepts are explained on the board on the common topics/questions. The teacher attends to particular problems individually for every student. It is preferred that the students complete the homework before coming and ask questions on the ones that they could not solve. Extra practice is given to strengthen the foundations and to prepare for regular school quizzes and tests.

The tutoring is offered on the following subjects:

AP Subject Tutoring and Exam Prep:

  • AP Biology
  • AP Calculus AB and BC
  • AP Chemistry
  • AP Language
  • AP Physics
  • AP U.S. History
  • AP Statistics
  • AP Computer Science
  • AP World History
  • Multi-variable Calculus (Post-AP)

University Level Subjects:

  • Calculus l (AB)
  • Calculus 2 (BC)
  • Calculus 3 (Multi-var)
  • General Chemistry l
  • General Chemistry 2
  • Organic Chemistry l
  • Organic Chemistry 2
  • Physics l
  • Physics 2

Please check the schedule for the time and day options for the subject.

General Academic Tutoring:

  • High School math: Algebra, Geometry, Trig, Calculus
  • High School Science: Bio, Chem, Physics,Earth Science
  • World History
  • U.S. History
  • Literary Analysis and Theory
  • U.S. Government
  • English Composition