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I have three years of experience tutoring high school physics, college-level general physics and calculus-based university physics. I received a B.S. in biochemistry and biophysics which required heavily physics-based coursework. Hello, All! For the past four years I have been a contracted private tutor with an in-home tutoring company in the Houston Area for mathematics, science and SAT Prep but I have tutored in New England and in California as well both privately and in high school & university tutoring labs. Working with students ranging from 4th grade to graduate school, coming from vari [more]

I majored in physics at UT. I have been an undergraduate teaching assistant for algebra-based physics, where I taught the lab portion and led office hours and reviews for lecture portion. Most of my tutoring experience is in physics 1 and 2. I graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2016 with an honors physics degree and business certificate. Hook 'em! Although I'm still a newer WyzAnt tutor, I have a lot of tutoring experience. While I was a student at UT, I tutored 700+ hours in college-level math and science classes. I am also a CRLA - certified master tutor. I like math and p [more]

I'm concluding my 4th year as an 11th grade physics teacher. Physics is a very physical science so I maximize student mastery by tying problem solving to relatable real world experience. I bring a treasure trove of resources in order to differentiate instruction to accommodate student learning styles and skill level. I can break math problems down to the basics. I will walk you through as many problems as you need. I don't get annoyed, frustrated or condescending. It takes time and patience to learn. I will make science interesting and fun to learn. I have a treasure trove of resources! My c [more]

I have always had to work hard to show that I was capable of succeeding. I earned every A that I received in high school and college. Like most students, I am passionate about my career, but sometimes grades don?t show it. I received my Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University. The fact that I received the opportunity to work for the space program is a testament to my hard work and never giving up attitude. I love to teach students and inspire them to go after the... [more]

I am an engineer who has taken advanced courses in physics including mechanics, fluid dynamics and thermodynamics. I can help you with all aspects of your high school and college level physics, including theoretical concepts, mathematical foundations, lecture notes, labs, homework, and exam preparation. My degrees are from Northwestern and Georgia Tech, two of the world's top schools of engineering. I am a computer scientist, engineer, and Texas-certified teacher who is highly qualified to teach mathematics and computer programming. Many seek my help with Algebra, Geometry, Calculus, Statistic [more]

I am an experienced Math and Physics tutor. I have more than seven-years tutoring experience from elementary school to college level in math and physics. For math subjects, I am great at geometry, algebra, calculus and differential equations. I am also great at physics topics including classical mechanics, thermodynamics, optics, electromagnetics, and modern physics. I earned my bachelor?s degree in mechanical engineering and master?s degree in Photonics and Optoelectronics from National T... [more]

I took AP Physics B when I was in high school and have also completed both introductory physics courses at UC Berkeley. With 50+ hours of physics tutoring experience, I am confident that I can help you understand different concepts and how to look at different problems. When I was in high school, I realized that I really love to teach. Simply passing on knowledge to another peer feels absolutely amazing because it shows that you really know the information. I am hoping that I will be able to get you to that point after helping you learn the material. I graduated as the valedictorian of my high [more]

Hi, my name is Faraz, and I would love to be your tutor! I grew up in Mississippi and attended high school there. Ever since I graduated from high school I wanted to come to Texas. When I was 19, I packed up and did. I worked in Texas for a while so that I could get my instate residency and then attended college at Texas Tech University. At Texas Tech, I majored in Chemistry with a minor in computer science. I took quite a few math courses as well as some engineering courses. After TTU, I... [more]

At first physics was very intimidating to me but with the help of a great teacher I we able to understand it completely. If I can give another student the same type of help I was given, then they will be just as good at physics. I know that the 7 years of experience I have tutoring will help others. In the 7+ years of experience I have tutoring the one thing I hear time and time again is "I hate math" or "I'm not good at math." I believe this to be nonsense for one particular reason. When I first started college I was an English major who didn't like math very much but as I took more and more [more]

I work in the physics industry and I have experience teaching the subject using algebra as well as calculus. I know how to explain the concepts in a way that makes sense so that the problems will be easier to solve. My name is Blake and I'm a physics and math tutor. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in physics and minor in mathematics at Stephen F. Austin State University. After college, I worked as a high school math teacher at West Orange-Stark High School in Orange, TX. I taught subjects such as Algebra 1, Geometry, Honors and Regular Pre-Cal, and AP Statistics. I have an extensive backg [more]

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