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Tutoring is about more than just helping students to pass a test. While grades are important, my goal for my students is that they engage with the subject they are learning, gain a deeper understanding of the underlying fundamentals, and build learning skills that will help them in all their future endeavors. I got my start as a tutor in Skidmore College's biology department in 2013 as a student teaching assistant and peer tutor for introductory classes. As a tutor, I aim to work with my stu... [more]

Hi there! My name is Stephen, I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and I am currently a first year medical student at Drexel University College of Medicine. I have extensive experience tutoring students in both math and science during my academic career. I am excited about helping students achieve their academic goals and look forward to teaching students the critical thinking skills that are needed to succeed in school! I have tutored mathematics for 8 years,... [more]

For the past three years I have been studying math and physics at the University of Pittsburgh. Some of the most recent topics I have been learning about have been relativistic electrodynamics and complex number theory. I have worked as a tutor for my university's Math Assistance Center, and helped many physics and engineering friends make their way through various math and physics courses. I consider myself an expert in any math up to and including calculus and introductory/freshman level ph... [more]

I am currently a student pursuing his bachelors degree in Energy Engineering from either the University of California - Berkeley or the University of Washington - Seattle. I am planning to transfer for the fall semester next year! My strengths are in science, math, and music. Particularly, the fields of Physics, any Algebra, and Guitar. I have taken 2 years of college physics and have had no difficulty with the classes at all and have received a high A in each of the classes. Learning the... [more]

I am currently finishing my PhD from Princeton University in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department and the Applied Physics group. My doctoral work focuses on applying plasma physics to spacecraft propulsion devices, but over the course of my education I have taken classes involving gas kinetic theory, electricity and magnetism, Hamiltonian/Lagrangian mechanics, statics, dynamics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, wave mechanics, special and general relativity, computational physics, and fundamental physics. I have tutored or taught for engineering and physics classes including c [more]

I earned 5's on AP Physics for Mechanics and Electricity & Magnetism. I went on to tutor physics at the University of Pittsburgh. Overview and Background I am a 24-year-old PhD student in Mathematics. I've discovered that my passion lies in teaching others the beauty of mathematics. I am extremely patient, ready to work with any skill level, and I guarantee strong results, whether you're interested in raising SAT scores or getting a better grade in a math class at any level. I am also strong in Physics and Chemistry if that is your interest. I have taught for eight semesters at the Uni [more]

I have a BS in chemical engineering from Columbia University in the City of New York and I've worked with physics in real life situations. I've also been teaching physics (regular physics, honors physics, AP Physics 1, AP Physics C) in a classroom for 10 years. Caveat: I don't tutor electricity and magnetism at the moment, sorry! We all have the content knowledge here, but some of us connect better with students. I can't speak for the others but I can say this: I gave up a lucrative career as a chemical engineer to become a public school teacher because I love education that much. The fact [more]

I have a BS in physics from Penn State; my current job is in computational physics (fluid dynamics). I'm a software engineer with 15 years experience. I've worked on a variety of systems and projects, mostly Java, C++, and Python. Currently I work on computational fluid dynamics code in Fortran and Python. Recently I completed my Master's in Computer Science at Penn State and would like to start tutoring in my free time. I enjoy helping students learn and succeed, and challenge myself to make sure I maintain mastery of the fundamentals of my profession. You don't truly understand a subject.. [more]

I have tutored over 100 students in mathematics and physics, over half of which were in Precalculus and Calculus I. After two years of Calculus, I took the AP Calculus AB and BC test and was able to test out of Calculus I and II college classes. I am currently doing independent research in analytical number theory and I hope to be published in a math journal in early 2015 for my work with cuban primes. When I tutor, I adjust my methods to each student. I start by identifying strengths and... [more]

Since 2000, my full-time job is as a staff instructor in a small industrial school that provides dedicated education to engineers in various mechanical and nuclear engineering courses. Naturally, these courses require a thorough understanding of physics by the students. Physics is an extremely powerful and elegant tool for understanding and predicting the behavior of objects in the universe. My goal will be not only to remove any obstacles in your way to understanding physics, but to see you become proficient and enthusiastic about it. [more]

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