Tutoring Services



One professional tutor working with two to five students together in a group. This arrangement enables the teacher to focus exclusively on a small number of learners, usually in a separate classroom or working area.

One On One

One-to-one instruction describes a student learning from and interacting with a tutor individually, with instruction tailored to the student's own personal pace and learning needs.


Hired by a student or family, a private tutor provides one-on-one instruction to help students achieve their academic or personal learning goals.




There are some telltale signs when a student needs help with schoolwork, including: It’s too difficult for the student to finish or keep up with homework. Hours of studying don’t result in strong grades. Schoolwork is too much to handle, and grades are slipping. The student is frustrated, and it’s affecting his or her confidence and willingness to go to school.


Parents might be tempted to ignore these problems and think the student needs to learn on his or her own how to manage difficult academic situations, especially in preparation for college. But if students work with the right tutor, they can get the kind of help they need before they give up on the class – and possibly on school itself.


Tutoring can be a lifeline for students with learning disabilities or who have difficulty in a particular subject, such as English, math, science or a foreign language. The one-on-one attention from a skilled tutor can help these students deal with their unique challenges and get crucial feedback


Test-taking strategies

Many tutoring services help students boost their test-taking skills so that they increase their confidence and their chances of passing standardized tests.

Sample test questions: Tutoring sessions sometimes offer students the ability to practice answering similar questions to what they will see on a test.
Focus on strategy rather than knowledge: Test-taking sessions help students learn strategies for successfully answering questions rather than focusing on what they actually know.
Different strategies for different formats: Test-taking strategy sessions focus on how to answer multiple choice, short answer and matching questions correctly and may also focus on strategies for answering questions in a particular subject area.

Special needs modifications

Students with special educational needs such as those with ADHD, autism, and other disabilities may not be able to grasp information the way it is taught in school. Tutoring services often present information in alternative ways for these students.

Tutor expertise in certain disabilities: Tutors may be specially trained to work with students who have certain conditions.
Distraction-free environment: The tutoring environment may be set up to minimize distractions for ADHD and other special needs students.
Shorter assignments, manipulative, and other modifications: Tutoring centers may offer modified assignments or special tools to help special needs students learn successfully.

Focused sessions

Typically, each tutoring session focuses on one topic or theme. Tutors work with the student on this area to make sure he or she understands all major concepts.

Practice sessions: Sessions may consist entirely of practice questions or drills to help solidify concepts.
Redirection: If the student asks off-topic questions or engages in irrelevant discussion, the tutor redirects his or her attention.
Homework assignments: The tutor may assign homework to help solidify concepts.

Progress reporting

The tutor regularly tracks the student’s progress so that the student–or the student’s parents–can see what is being accomplished.

Online reporting systems: Some tutoring systems allow students and their parents to set goals and check progress online.
Mini-goals: Tutors may report progress towards small goals as the tutoring relationship progresses.
Student/parent conferences: The tutor may meet with students or their parents before or after a tutoring session to discuss progress.

Regular contact

The tutor must stay in regular contact with the student in order to maximize progress towards goals.

Online chat and email: Some tutors email students or chat with them online between sessions to make sure all their questions are answered.
Regular sessions: Tutoring sessions are usually once or twice a week and follow a consistent schedule.
Video sessions: Some tutors meet regularly with students over video chat.

Services - Group, One on One, and Private Tutoring

Nothing compares to the difficulty, scope, and amount of schoolwork that a student living in the Garden Grove city area faces every day. Combined with after-school activities, standardized tests and community service, coursework can easily become unmanageable. Since Bach Khoa tutors themselves have experienced these unique academic pressures, they can immediately identify with their students, creating good rapport and effective working relationships.

Our tutors first focus for the short term on quickly boosting grades and improving studying efficiency and for the long term, on complete student self-sufficiency. Since every student has different strengths and weaknesses, our subject tutoring is 100% customized to individual needs.

We are committed to keeping the transcripts of students in the Orange County area blemish free with our expert support system in the following categories: Bach Khoa Learning Center in Garden Grove, CA tutoring k-12 grades.

  • Writing

  • Grammar

  • Spelling

  • Science

  • Social Studies

  • Study and organization skills

  • Test Prep, and anxiety prep

  • Helping parents teach their children at home

  • Time Management 

  • Study Skills 

  • Math


Time Management
Study Skills


Arithmetic & Fundamentals
Algebra II

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