Achieve The Score You Want With FSA Tutoring
Dedicated Private FSA Tutoring Online
Varsity Tutors is the only name you need to know if you or your student could benefit from working with a certified FSA tutor. We understand how busy people are today, so we've developed an exclusive Live Learning Platform that facilitates face-to-face study sessions anywhere with a reliable internet connection.
Here are some of the features our Live Learning Platform brings to the table:
- Video chat capabilities that facilitate real-time communication
- A shared document editor allowing tutors to provide constructive criticism on essays
- Integrated practice problems to encourage collaboration
- Automatic session recording for future reference
- A virtual whiteboard that makes it easier to take notes
Boost Your FSA Score
The FSA (or Florida Standards Assessments) are administered in English Language Arts and mathematics from grades 3-10, and students must pass the final FSA in English to earn a standard high school diploma. The specific formatting of the exam depends on a student's grade level, so an FSA tutor can administer practice tests under realistic conditions to help your student feel more comfortable with the structure and formatting they can expect.
Your student's instructor can also review their practice tests and design subsequent study plans around any areas of opportunity for improvement. For example, an excellent writer who struggles with mathematics can spend their study sessions brushing up on their quantitative problem-solving skills.
Best Ways To Prep For the FSA
If you or your student tried to prepare for the FSA on your own, you would have no recourse if something didn't make sense to you. A private tutor can answer any questions you have immediately, virtually ensuring that any miscommunication is corrected before it becomes a significant learning obstacle.
Similarly, software-based test prep cannot be adapted to the needs of an individual student. In contrast, a live FSA tutor can adapt whenever it appears that their pupil is no longer being challenged by the material.
How much does a FSA tutor cost?
The costs associated with private FSA tutoring are variable based on a student's unique needs. For instance, you may pay a different rate if you want a quick refresher on how to write from an outline than a more detailed examination of systems of linear equations.
If you're interested in more affordable options, we can also enroll you or your student in an FSA class provided by Varsity Tutors or arrange group tutoring where multiple students can split the cost of their instructor. Contact us today to discuss each of these solutions in further detail.
How do I choose a FSA tutor?
Varsity Tutors maintains an extensive database of well-vetted independent tutors, allowing us to use advanced tutor-matching technology to find any student a great tutor in as little as 24 hours. We actively look for instructors who excel at pinpointing the root cause of a student's learning obstacles, enabling them to address the problem at its source.
We also search for instructors who understand modern teaching methods, allowing them to teach to each student's unique learning styles. For instance, counting cubes can be a great way to introduce multiplication to a young learner, while kinesthetic learners can get more out of extra practice problems.
Are FSA tutors worth it?
FSA tutoring can also help you or your student develop the test-taking skills you need to reach for academic success. For instance, your FSA coach can show you how to rule out some of the incorrect answer choices on a multiple-choice item to raise the efficacy of your guesses.
Independent research also suggests that working with a private tutor can increase a student's test scores by up to 12 percent, a boost that could prove significant.
Contact us using the "Get Started" tab above or by phone to learn more about the potential benefits of private instruction. We look forward to working with you!
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The FSA, or Florida Standards Assessments, are administered in grades 3-8 for both English Language Arts and Mathematics, with additional End-Of-Course (EOC) exams at the end of Algebra I, Geometry, and High School English (grades 9-10). The FSA took the place of the FCAT (Florida Comprehensive Assessment Test) during the 2014-2015 school year. If your child needs a little help to reach their academic potential on these assessments, Varsity Tutors can connect you with a knowledgeable FSA tutor.
Here are some of the benefits of FSA tutoring:
- Access to an expert who can answer any questions asked in real time
- The ability to work in an environment free of commonplace classroom distractions
- Learn test-taking strategies with the FSA in mind
- Greater flexibility to concentrate on a student's unique needs
Every FSA test has its own format, including topics covered, number of questions, time available, and whether it's administered in a paper or computer-based format. Most of the tests are given over two testing sessions split between two days, though the math exams in grades 6-8 consist of three 60-minute sessions instead. A calculator is also provided for the math exams.
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Our knowledgeable directors help you choose your tutor with your learning profile and personality in mind.
Your tutor can customize your lessons and present concepts in engaging easy-to-understand-ways.
You can learn more efficiently and effectively because the teaching style is tailored to you.
With the flexibility of online tutoring, your tutor can be arranged to meet at a time that suits you.