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Hi, I'm Ben. I graduated magna cum laude from high school in the 98th percentile for my SAT scores, and recently graduated with honors from The University of Texas at Austin with a BS in Physics. I scored in top percentiles on the GRE, and got an 800 (77th percentile) on the Physics GRE. I'm in my fifth and final year in the physics PhD program at Georgia Tech; I work in the Yunker Lab on soft condensed matter with a specialty mechanics of biofilms. Qualifications: As an undergrad, I was a... [more]

I've tutored physics at my university for 4 years. During this time, I've also privately tutored high school students in introductory physics. I pursued a degree in Physics for 3 years before switching to biology. In that time, I mastered basic physics concepts while learning higher level subjects. I've been employed as a tutor at my university for over 4 years where I recently graduated with my Doctorate of Chiropractic. I also graduated cum laude with a B.S. Biology degree. I truly enjoy helping others in their education journey. My approach is to find the way each student learns and tailor [more]

I have a bachelors in mechanical engineering, and in graduate school, I did research in earth mechanics. Physics is a familiar subject to me, and one which I have applied both in school and in my career as an engineer. Hello, and thank you for your interest! As you consider me for your academic needs, let me begin by telling you about myself. I have taught technical courses for the last eight years at four different colleges in addition to tutoring and coaching students privately. As an educator, my focus is on your success. I work with each individual to discover what their barriers to succe [more]

I am a PhD in Electrical Engineering with full insight into all sorts of physics concepts from elementary to advanced. Growing up in a family where both parents were teachers I became interested in teaching. I have my Bachelor's, Master's and PhD in Electrical Engineering . I believe teaching is learning. I have been teaching many topics in Engineering, Math and English. I believe for each person there is one learning style and I try to find that. I also give my students some advice on their good and bad habits which helps them to improve their study. My rule is simple: Exactly define what yo [more]

I am a graduate student at Georgia Institute of Technology pursuing a Ph.D. in Physics with a minor in Electrical Engineering. I have both formally and informally tutored since high school and I was a graduate teaching assistant in physics for the 2013-2014 school year. Before my first full teaching assignment I participated in a workshop on modern teaching theory and techniques. While a TA, in addition to my duties of regular tutoring session hours and lab hours, I would also hold review ses... [more]

Hi there! I am an Atlanta native who grew up and attended school locally. In middle and high school, I was placed in honors and AP classes with students who were in the grade above me, and I earned multiple class awards for top student over the years. During my senior year, I took post-AP classes in multivariable calculus and linear algebra. At the age of 17, I was the salutatorian of my high school graduation class. I earned the top score of 5 on the following AP tests: Calculus BC, Computer... [more]

Having tutored or taught Mathematics and Physics for over 12 years, I have gained extensive experience in helping students at both the high school and college levels to grasp these rather difficult subjects. I earned my Bachelors in Physics with a Minor Certificate in Mathematics from Georgia Tech, graduating with Highest Honors. While at Tech I was involved in an on-campus tutoring program where I helped students one-on-one in a variety of Math classes including Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Col... [more]

Hi! I am a recent graduate from Georgia Tech. My degree is in physics, however I am comfortable with all K-12 math. I have worked with both physics and math students for several years, concentrating at the middle and high school level with some college tutoring thrown in for good measure. I have also tutored elementary school children in all subjects. Watching the difference in my students when they grasp a new idea or method as their confidence grows is one of the most amazing things I hav... [more]

I have a PhD in physics from Duke University and was on the Emory University Physics Department Faculty for 30 years where I taught both undergraduate and graduate courses and did research. I received the Emory Williams Teaching in Science Award. Tutoring is as much about the student as about the subject and this is why it can be particularly successful. In a face-to-face learning situation the tutor can usually determine the challenges that the student encounters that might not be dealt with the classroom. The goal is to develop the tools for mastering the school subject at hand and to becom [more]

I am currently a PhD student at Georgia Tech, specializing in Electrical Engineering! In high school, I started a tutoring program for students as part of the Mu Alpha Theta chapter at my school. I ran the program and tutored students almost every day after class. I tutored students in preparation for AP calculus over the four summers ago as part of Impact Alabama. I have had experience in tutoring math up to calculus. I have a younger brother who I have tutored in math and science for years,... [more]

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