26 Physics Tutors Found Near Alexandria, VA



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Abby K.

Physics Tutor

Washington, DC 20002

Will travel 2 miles

$200 per hour.

4.88 32 ratings

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Enthusiastic and Experienced Math, Physics and College Prep Tutor

I currently teach both an intro and an AP Physics 2 class. I have previously taught honors Physics 1 and Physics 2 classes. I am comfortable with topics ranging from mechanics to electricity, magnetism, waves, and optics. I am able to work with students with a wide variety of skill levels and goals. Additionally, I have experience with the whole range of AP physics exams and can help with test prep. I have over ten years of experience tutoring various subjects from writing and elementary math to college level statistics. I started tutoring as a way to assist my friends and family members who w [more]


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Herbert H.

Physics Tutor

Fairfax, VA 22031

Will travel 15 miles

$160 per hour.

4.89 80 ratings

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Professional Full-Time Tutor --- UCLA Graduate

I teach a lot of physics and show students how to be successful even when they do not totally understand the concepts (sometimes that understanding takes time to sink in). Mostly I use mathematics to work towards the solutions to the problems and show the student how to also check units of measure as part of the answer. Tutoring is my full time job. With well over 20 years of teaching/tutoring experience, I doubt there are many tutors as patient, talented or effective as I am. I bring a lot more to the table than what you see "on paper" and am constantly told by my students how well I expla [more]


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Frank B.

Physics Tutor

Vienna, VA 22182

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

4.89 110 ratings

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Knowledgeable UVA grad for Math, Science, and Government Tutoring

I hold a B.S. in physics from the University of Delaware, and worked in physics for a summer at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. My educational background is extensive. I attended the University of Delaware, where I earned three majors (physics, computer science, and cognitive science) and three minors (philosophy, mathematics, and political science). I later earned a law degree from the University of Virginia. In other words, I have spent far too many years of my life in school. In addition to school, I've worked in multiple fields, as a computer programmer and a First Am [more]



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Keely C.

Physics Tutor

Washington, DC 20003

Will travel 10 miles

$80 per hour.

4.92 90 ratings

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Certified Teacher Specializing in Science, Math, and English

I completed trigonometry based Physics I and II with labs in college with very high scores (finishing grades of As and Bs). Additionally, I tutored collegiate athletes in this subject. I use kinesthetic learning to help the formulas come to life for my students. My educational career started five years ago as an academic tutor and strategist for the University of Mississippi's Athletics Department. After completing my Chemistry degree and Biology and English minors I relocated to San Antonio, Texas with Teach for America. I earned my Teaching Certification for the State of Texas specializi [more]


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Richard P.

Physics Tutor

Alexandria, VA 22309

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.9 579 ratings

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Fairfax County Tutor for HS Math and Science

My 30 year full time career was in physics (I still do consulting), so I especially welcome the opportunity to tutor physics. In many high school physics courses the most difficult material comes near the start of the course. This material involves motion under constant acceleration and can involve application and manipulation of a set of non-linear equations. In principle, Algebra 1 and some modest extensions are all the math background that is needed for this part of physics. I find however, that some students - even some with good grades in math - just get lost in a "forest" of algebra [more]


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Leonard W.

Physics Tutor

Washington, DC 20016

Will travel 3 miles

$49 per hour.

4.96 75 ratings

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Physics-Math-Programming Tutor

Physics can be overwhelming, but I am here to help. A course such as AP Physics 1, 2, or C is a big step into a new way of thinking. Doing lots of homework problems is very important. I also try to show the big picture of how the concepts fit together and explain context. Physics is the most basic of all the sciences. Chemistry, biology, astronomy, etc. all have physics at their core. Kinematics, energy, momentum, rotation, waves, and electromagnetism are examples of key concepts. I try to make them interesting and fun! [more]


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LeAnne S.

Physics Tutor

Hyattsville, MD 20784

Will travel 12 miles

$65 per hour.

4.86 36 ratings

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Personalized Math and Science Tutoring for Your Success

I have taken over 4 years of physics in high school and college. I have been tutoring physics for over 4 years at Virginia Commonwealth University's campus learning center. I have earned A's in the majority of physics courses I have taken including the lab and lecture portions of the class. Hello! My name is LeAnne, and I am a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University. I hold a B.S. in Health and Human Performance and minors in Chemistry, Biology and Psychology. I have extensive formal training in tutoring through VCU's Campus Learning Center and the Athletic Tutoring Department. With over [more]


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Su H.

Physics Tutor

Arlington, VA 22203

Will travel 3 miles

$69 per hour.

4.67 132 ratings

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Patient tutor with a passion for helping students online.

I have received my BA from The George Washington University few years ago and now am attending George Mason University pursuing a chemistry degree to finish medical school pre-requisites. I was on Dean's List in Spring 2010 and hope to be on it again this semester. I would like to help students understand better course materials and what is integral in extracting information from problems and solving them. I would like to see students try solving problems on their own first and treat me wi... [more]


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Chris C.

Physics Tutor

Washington, DC 20016

Will travel 10 miles

$75 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Physics PhD with a passion for communicating science

I studied physics in graduate school, earning my PhD in 2014. My research focused on quantum computing and quantum error correction -- disciplines that are becoming less theoretical by the day. I'm now a professional science writer and communicator. As a professional science communicator, I spend my days talking to scientists about their latest research. But I miss the rush I used to get from teaching physics labs in grad school or tutoring as an undergrad. Ultimately, I don't just want to understand science on my own; I want to communicate that understanding to others. My approach to teach [more]


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Jian Z.

Physics Tutor

Washington, DC 20037

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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The profile of Jian

I am a native Chinese. I have three years teaching experience of teaching Chinese to the Americans. I could fluently speak English and know in detail about standard Chinese tests. I speak Mandarin and have no native accent. I love teaching and I will prepare for the classes with all my heart. Every student I taught before gave me positive feed back about my work. In my class, Chinese will never be as hard as you think. I wish to lead you into fascinating Chinese world. I have 3 years Chi... [more]