Frequently Asked Questions
How do I sign up?
Due to the increased demand in tutoring, all Dr. Math tutoring sessions are now booked on a case-by-case basis. Contact Dr. Math directly for availability.
Can I sign up for one session?
Yes! Contact Dr. Math directly to see if any openings are available. Openings vary from week to week, and some openings may be available on short notice. Best to check in with Dr. Math for most current availability.
Where do we tutor?
We meet our students at any of a number of public libraries in Wake County including:
Other libraries will be added to this list as the need arises.
Do you offer in-home tutoring?
Yes, we often tutor students in their own homes if that is more convenient for students and their families. Rates are slightly higher for in-home tutoring.
Do you do any online or virtual tutoring?
Yes! We provide online tutoring using Zoom as our primary platform. This has proven to be a very popular option, given the covid situation. Dr. Math can support your student remotely using a variety of online tools and visual aids including online graphing calculators, Desmos, Delta Math, and his popular iPad writing pad. Here he delivers written information in real time as he discusses the problems with his students.
Do you do group sessions?
Yes! If you and a friend want to tag-team one of our tutors for a 2-on-1 session, we can do that. It saves each of you a few dollars while you still receive the personalized instruction and help you need.
Do you work with homeschool families or groups?
Yes! We can work with one student or with groups of students who are taking the same course. Dr. Math can supplement what students are learning online or by DVD, or Dr. Math Tutoring can tailor a complete course to meet the needs of the group. Rates vary depending on the type of assistance needed, so contact Dr. Math for further information. Additional information is also provided on our Home Schooling page.
Do you offer financial aid?
Yes! We work with local schools to provide complementary tutoring for students who may not be able to afford private tutoring. A percentage of our tutoring hours are set aside to help students who would benefit from Dr. Math tutoring. Teacher recommendations are required.