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It may seem strange to begin with a statistic, but I trust you will agree it's not wholly inappropriate. During the 2009-2010 school year, my 11 AP Chemistry students had a 100% pass rate with the following score distribution: Seven of them scored a 5, three scored a 4, and one scored a 3. The high scores are greater than three times the national average. What makes this even more impressive is that I only saw my students an average of 2.5 times per week (2 days one week, 3 days the next, alt... [more]

As a research scientist in biophysics at Caltech, I use physics to solve biological problems! ;) I've been tutoring high school, college, and graduate students for 23 years, including many years of teaching physics classes at various levels. I think physics is a great way to learn math, because you see directly how it's useful! I remember what it was like to struggle with science and math subjects, and I hope to remove the anxiety and frustration from these topics. I think all students can understand these topics... IF they have someone who will teach them the way they learn best. Not all [more]

I led my Shanghai students to the highest A-Level Physics scores in Asia. No matter if it's AP, IB, SAT, MCAT, or GRE physics, your scores will go up. I've even had normal humans earn perfect scores! After earning a B.S. in Physics from Penn State, I studied briefly as a PhD student in particle astrophysics before moving to Shanghai to teach high school physics. I later founded and managed Newton American Education Studio to help prepare Shanghai?s top students to enter and succeed at America's most selective universities. After relocating to the US, I've taught high school math at the prestig [more]

Hi! I'm Vincent, a recent graduate of Harvard University who moved to Los Angeles a few months ago. I've had lots of experience tutoring a wide variety of math subjects. I've done in-home tutoring in Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Geometry, and Calculus. Not only that, but I've worked professionally as a group tutor for first-year college Physics. Prior to getting my graduate degree at Harvard, I attended Pomona College in Claremont, CA, where I earned a 3.8 GPA. While at Pomona I was able to m... [more]

I have been teaching students from elementary school through adulthood since I was twelve years old. My mother, a teacher herself, showed me that students learn best when they are active participants in every stage of the learning process. Thus, I focus on understanding each student's educational background and learning style, so as to break each task into pieces that are easy for them to engage. I am energized by the tutoring process, and take great joy in seeing my students succeed. I am... [more]

As an experienced academic tutor who has worked with a wide range of students, Phoebe is familiar with the various curriculums of a vicissitudes of schools and test preparations. This enables her to better comprehend and prepare lessons in accordance to the needs of her students. Phoebe?s anchoring philosophy rests upon the fact that while we may not start on a leveled field in this life; however, motivation, hard work and foremost the right tutor can go a long way in helping students reach t... [more]

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I have taken three years worth of various physics classes, and I utilize electrochemistry and other physics concepts on a daily basis in my research. Hi there! My name is Brendon, and I am a 4th year graduate student in chemistry. Since I was 16, I have been tutoring friends, family members, and referred students in the subjects of general chemistry, organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physics, and calculus. I have four years of teaching experience through my undergraduate and graduate educations. I have always loved teaching, and I take great satisfaction from seeing students succeed. I [more]

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]

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I have a PhD degree in Mathematical Physics, and teaching is my passion. I have been teaching physics for the past 16 years. Hello Parents and Students, I have a PhD in Mathematical Physics. I have been teaching and tutoring Physics for about 16 years both at high school and college level and my students have always been successful in their Physics. Physics and teaching are my passions and it's my job to make Physics fun and digestible to you. Since my PhD is in Mathematical Physics (theoretical), I have been tutoring Algebra, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus and basically any level of Math since [more]

I have four years experience tutoring AP Physics 1 and 2 and AP Physics B and C at Arcadia High School. I've taken and scored 5s on both the Mechanics and E&M sections of the AP Physics C Exam. I plan on potentially majoring in Physics at Caltech this Fall. Sometimes certain material isn't just as readily accessible to everyone and it can be rather frightening when exam deadlines are approaching. I work with students to understand the scope of what they need to learn and develop steady schedules that we can follow to carefully and timely cover the material for a course or upcoming exam. I hav [more]

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