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As a civil engineer, I have taken various levels of Physics in college. I have helped HS students improve their grades in Physics, but more importantly, I have helped them understand how Physics principles work in real-world situations. Formulas and graph interpretation become familiar and easy to understand in terms of deriving them. I have more than 15 years of experience in tutoring students of all ages and levels of education from elementary to graduate school. I am most interested in changing the way my students perceive themselves when approaching math. Throughout the years, I have had t [more]

I have tutored high school students for both physics and AP physics. Fortunately, I was able to help students over their complete physics course. I have seen individuals breeze through force diagrams to later struggle with momentum and collisions. Others have demonstrated similar patterns. It's a tricky and sometimes counter intuitive study. I teach physics largely through pictures. Write down your knowns and unknowns; initial and final conditions. Usually, a tricky word problem is just that: a problem with the wording. A simple sketch can be the difference between frustration and understand [more]

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Taken two different AP physics courses in high school. Also took 2 more college level physics courses and got A's in both. Served as a grader for a physics professor at my university (graded quizzes and homework) for two years in a row. 7 years of tutoring experience in Algebra 1 and 2, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus and Physics. I just graduated a year ago from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. I got a bachelors in electrical engineering and almost got a minor in math. I've been tutoring math since I was a junior in high school and have also been a personal grader for math, physics, and en [more]

My university education included the Hamiltonian formulation of Classical Mechanics, the Maxwell Field Equations description of Electromagnetism, and non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics. However, most of the tutoring sought after by students in this subject will not require such involved mathematics. My approach is normally to engage students in more accessible examples of simpler models in Introductory Physics. The more popular AP subject examination attempts a broad rather than deep assessment of a student's command of the techniques of investigation of physical phenomena, and I prefer to [more]

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Bachelors of Science in Physics (high honors) Teaching experience in high school physics Tutoring experience in high school and college physics Undergraduate coursework: Introductory mechanics; special relativity; electricity and magnetism; quantum mechanics (two courses); field theory; theoretical mechanics; statistical mechanics and thermodynamics; lab coursework in mechanics; quantum mechanics; electricity and magnetism; optics; electronics; observational astronomy; general relativity; fluid mechanics Graduate coursework: electrodynamics; quantum mechanics; various astrophysics courses R [more]

I went to Harvard (Biology major, graduated cum laude). My day job is in investment banking/consulting, but I've always been passionate about education. So I started teaching and tutoring students on the side. Parents love what I do because I am laser focused on results and helping students achieve their very best academic work. Students love working with me because I take the time to listen and understand where they're coming from and I explain difficult concepts in a simple way. WHAT DO ... [more]

I am a physics student at UCI with almost a decade of experience in math and physics. I passed the AP exam with a 5 and have 3+ years of teaching experience. I was a peer physics tutor in high school when I was taking AP physics. I passed the exam with a 5 and have been a physics major at UCI for 4 years now. I am in my last year at UCI and trying to help people understand my passion while also trying to make a living. My students have told me that I am great at explaining material in way that is easier for them to relate. I enjoy tutoring because I know how difficult academia can be and h [more]

I have tutored students in: Physics AP Physics College/University Physics I have always had a love of learning and teaching. I have worked with students for over 20 years. I started tutoring when I was in high school. I tutored fellow high school students in Math starting my junior year. When I attended Cal Poly, I tutored science and engineering students on campus. And finally, when I studied at Stanford University for graduate work I taught undergraduate classes in chemical engineering. After graduate school I worked in the semiconductor industry and then ... [more]

I taught physics to undergraduate as well as graduate students. I implemented physics in my research where I modeled polymer solutions thermodynamics utilizing polymer physics rules. Also, I consider physics as a tool to simplify my mathematical models I encounter in my daily life. I have teaching record of 5.0 for Chemistry and calculus AP scores. I am currently working as a developer for a software company and was a lecturer at California State University. I have obtained my teaching knowledge during my Ph.D as well as my postdocs where I worked with famous scientists in high ranked Chemical [more]

Hi I'm Paul! I have a BS in mathematics and have been a teacher for twelve years. Some of the classes I have taught include Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry, Precalculus, and AP Physics. I can also teach Calculus and Statistics. I have also taught SAT and ACT math classes. I've started to focus more on tutoring, because I feel students learn best this way. It also gives me the opportunity to pinpoint the specific needs of each student, and adjust my lessons accordingly. I excel at explaining diffi... [more]

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