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Found 171 Geometry tutors in Orlando, FL

Math and science turoring with a focus on test prep.

My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics... See more

  • ... University of Southern Californi...
  • subject Geometry + 53 more
  • in 1 hours
Lidia Ruiz

2.5 miles away

Master in Physics and Astronomy

I have a MSc in Physics, my research experience is in astrophysics, specifically analyzing stellar atmospheres, stellar evolution and sources of gravitational waves like black holes and neutron stars. I'm from El Salvador, so my native lang... See more

  • ... Washington State University
  • subject Geometry + 20 more
  • Very responsive
Vivek Patel

2.7 miles away

Expert Tutor in Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics

I attended the University of California, Riverside earning a BS in Microbiology. Furthermore, I am a recent graduate of Boston University earning an MS in Oral Biology. At UCR I had the privilege of conducting undergraduate research and rec... See more

  • ... Boston University
  • subject Geometry + 11 more
  • in 1 hours
Mohith Mothukuri

4.5 miles away

Columbia Engineering Student with 6+ years Experience in STEM Tutoring

Dear Parents and Students,

I’d love to mentor you or your child! With over 6 years experience tutoring math... See more

  • ... Columbia University in the City...
  • subject Geometry + 57 more
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Farzad Sepahifar

3.6 miles away

Medical Student class of 2021

I’m currently a medical student on my break. I have a Bachelor's degree in Biology from UCI. Over the past extensive years of schooling I have learned, what are the best ways to learn a lot of material in a very short time and retain them a... See more

  • ... University of California - Irvin...
  • subject Geometry + 27 more
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Why You Need a Geometry Tutor In Orlando

Orlando’s greatest attractions are probably the amusement park scene, which includes the iconic park from the House of Mouse. Back in the 50s, Walt Disney had already opened Disneyland in Anaheim, but realized that only 5% of the visitors came from east of the Mississippi. He decided that they needed representation on the east coast. Slowly, Disney started acquiring chunks of land in around Bay Lake. Doing so required a lot of separate deals to consolidate all of the land, which was going to be a problem. If people recognized that Disney was planning a massive park, they would have leverage against him in negotiations and drive up the cost to a prohibitive level. Instead of letting the plan slip out, Disney used various dummy corporations to acquire the land. By the time anyone knew any better, Disney owned enough acreage to build his massive park. Instead of jumping to the finish line, Disney saw that it takes many preparatory steps along the way before you can reach the final success.

Getting good grades is a perfectly good end goal, but it requires a similar number of steps along the way to make it a reality. They usually do not mention the process when a big announcement comes, but geometry tutoring in Orlando can often be the hidden step you need to get to your end goal. When you tell your geometry tutor that you want to improve better grades, a good tutor will use that as a framework to hit little benchmarks along the way to success.

For Disney, this came in the form of individual deals. It might have been a little difficult to piece together the exact amounts that he saved, but each subsequent deal was a victory toward the goal of creating an affordable second location. Luckily, the benchmarks you create with an Orlando geometry tutor are much easier to quantify. You will know when you are making progress toward your end goal when you work with our tutors in Orlando.

Farhan Kassam

1.5 miles away

University Undergraduate with 4 months teaching experience in GED

Hi. My name is Farhan. I am currently an undergraduate student at the University of British Columbia in Canada pursuing a Bachelor of Science. I happen to be very fluent in speaking English and Gujarati and partially fluent in Swahili, Urdu... See more

  • ... University of British Columbia,...
  • subject Geometry + 29 more
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David I.

4.2 miles away

Mathematics and Chemistry Tutor

I have over two years of experience tutoring mathematics, 1 year as a private tutor, 1 year of volunteering. I have volunteered teaching low income children how to do middle school mathematics (prealgebra, fractions, and unit conversion).

  • ... Texas A&M University
  • subject Geometry + 26 more
  • in 2 hours
Wence Ortiz

1.5 miles away

(1 ratings)
engineering student with prior tutoring experience in math

I'm a junior and currently pursing a degree in engineering with dual minors in computer science and mathematics. I am passionate about math and like t... See more

  • ... University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
  • subject Geometry + 14 more
  • Very responsive
Peter Steinbauer

2.7 miles away

Highly Qualified Math Teacher - Flexible Availability


I worked as a high school math teacher for five years and recently finished an M... See more

  • ... University of Georgia
  • subject Geometry + 39 more
  • Very responsive
Jeremy Davis

1.9 miles away

Award Winning Physics Graduate & Poet, Tutor for All Ages

I've been an Independent tutor mainly in math and science to elementary, middle, high school and college students (up to the level of elementary quantum mechanics and elementary differential equations) across NYC, and helped with homework a... See more

  • ... City College of New York of the...
  • subject Geometry + 17 more
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Benefits of Hiring a Geometry Tutor In Orlando

As a kid, looking at the FastPass line just made me jealous. It is a pretty hefty investment, especially to put into a kid that might not take full advantage, so most parents lay off. Only as an adult, I have realized just how great it is. Getting older teaches you about opportunity cost. For each minute you spend waiting in line for a ride, you are losing out on enjoyment. With some lines taking an hour or sometimes two, it limits the amount of enjoyment you are able to extract from the park in the limited time you have. Here is the rub. You are already spending over $100 just to get into most places. Are you really going to double down just to skip the lines? Yes. You should.

This is the same fallacy that parents face when sending their kids to school. You might only go to public school, but you are still investing a lot in your child’s education. Why should you invest even more just for geometry tutoring in Orlando? It is the same as with your FastPass. If you can go on twice as many rides with the FastPass, the line at which you should not spend is a second $100. Most FastPasses are going to run about half the cost of entry, so anything more than 1.5 times the ride potential is worth every penny. If this math is getting to be too much, maybe it is time for a math tutor.

You also consider the cost. If you are going to miss rides, the price of a second day of admittance becomes the cost. If you can save that by only investing in a FastPass, you should do so. If you feel like you are able to get the grades you need on your own, great! But if you feel like it is going to cost you in the long run, invest in your future now with Orlando geometry tutoring.