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Often considered the most challenging of the science classes, the key to mastering physics is to both create accurate diagrams and properly labeling variables. It's also important to understand the difference between diagrams that describe the "Net action" (which describe the physical result, or what one "sees") vs. those that describe the "Natural forces" (which describes the physical forces that contribute to the action). Are you looking for an expert math & standardized test tutor with 10+ years of experience? Someone who doesn't just teach the subject, but also the psychology of elite test [more]

There is a plethora of experienced tutors available to you, but here are some of the things that set me apart: *Perfect SAT/SAT II scores - In addition to a 2400 SAT, I have scored an 800 GRE and a 780 GMAT. *Extraordinary track record - The vast majority of my students see unusually high results. My students frequently go from producing C, D, or F material to B or A material within the first couple weeks. My long time SAT students average between 300 and 400 points improvement in their s... [more]

Hi, I'm Eric. I'm a student at Allan Hancock College, working on my Computer Science Degree. As Vice President, and now Mentor, of the Santa Ynez High School robotics team, I've had many opportunities to teach kids about math and science. I know how many different kinds of kids think, and how to adapt a lesson to fit their needs. I also like to add in real-world applications of concepts to keep the kids interested. I've had a love for math all my life, and that's something I want to use to ... [more]

Hi all, I am a tutor with over 15 years of experience, teaching and tutoring mathematics. I love that ah ha moment when a student gets it. I strongly believe that there is more than one way to get the answer to any problem, and I try to help my students see the one that is easiest for them. I have my Bachelors in Mathematics from California State University Channel Islands. I worked for more than 12 years at Ventura College with their tutoring program first, where I tutored all of th... [more]

I have an MSc. in Physics and a teaching credential from CSUNorthridge. I have taught physics for over 30 years mostly to high school college prep and advanced placement students. I'm familiar with most of the text books and interested to work with new technologies including on-line teaching and electronic labs. Originally from Great Britain, I have a B.Sc in physics from the Victoria University of Manchester, U. K., a masters degree in physics and a teaching credential in physical science and mathematics from CSUN. Over the last 30 years I have taught algebra, geometry, algebra 2/trigonom [more]

I have recently returned from traveling through Africa and South America for two years. Before my travel, I graduated from UCSB with a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering. While I was finishing my degree, I worked as a teaching assistant for high speed electronics class, where I really loved teaching and helping students with theory and design. I want to help more students to learn and I think this is a great start. Physics is my favorite subject, simply because it is all around you... [more]

I have a B.S., M.A., and Ph.D. in physics. My day job is teaching physics and I teach physics to college students at all levels. I have TAed over a dozen physics courses and have been tutoring physics since I was an undergrad. I am a former university physics instructor with 5+ years experience teaching in a classroom. Teaching is a passion of mine, and that is reflected in the feedback I receive from students, both in-person and through anonymous course feedback. My number one goal is to increase student understanding, and I also aim to make learning fun and interesting for students. I have [more]

I have a strong background in physics from my engineering education, and have taught physics at the high school and university level, as well as tutoring the subject (both with and without calculus) since 2005. Hi, I'm Byron, and I'm glad that I can get the chance to work with you. I have been tutoring professionally and privately since 2005. I have worked with many students from Ventura College, CSUCI, and local high schools over the years in many different subjects. My teaching experience includes work at the high school and college level, in Math and Physics. I am proficient in all levels o [more]

I have taught Physics for a number of years, starting in the 1970s! The syllabus I taught in the UK was teaching General Relativity (it's about time!), Statistical thermondynamics (why heat goes from hot to cold), a bit of quantum theory (wave particle duality, photoelectric effect) as well as the more traditional content (materials, forces, electricity, magnetism, radioactivity), to high school students. Understanding Math will help! Currently I am a teacher of Chemistry and Physics at a CA High School. Previously I have been an educational professional for 40 years, starting as a teacher of [more]

I first studied physics as a 10th grade high school student at a local liberal arts college, and then went on to major in Applied Physics at Caltech. When teaching physics, I help a student understand the concepts and also how to attack a problem based on its content, how to know which formula is best applicable, and how to mathematically solve the resulting equation. I tutor in both algebra-based physics and calculus-based physics. My experience includes tutoring high school students enrolled in CP, Honors and AP Physics 1 and 2, courses as well as college students taking Physics in colleg [more]

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