6 Physics Tutors Found Near Canton, OH



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Jerrett G.

Physics Tutor

Akron, OH 44320

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.86 682 ratings

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Maximizer: Excellence, not average, is my measure.

I am tutoring several students in high school and college physics. Physics can be difficult to understand, and it is easy for a student to fall behind. Once a student falls behind, it can be virtually impossible to catch up without help. If you are falling behind, I can help you catch up and learn what you need to know to pass; if you are willing to do some work, I can help you excel. I am an Electrical Engineer graduate from the University of Akron currently working as a network administrator. I have been tutoring middle school, high school and college students in math ranging from: basic ma [more]


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Robin S.

Physics Tutor

Kent, OH 44240

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

4.86 364 ratings

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Physics, Math, and Optics Tutor to Help You Make Sense of Things

Hi, I'm Robin. I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics with a minor in math from the University of Akron. I also have 5 years of graduate work in Optical Sciences in the College of Optical Sciences, at the University of Arizona. I have several years of teaching experience, both in a one-on-one setting as a tutor for high school and college students, and in a classroom setting teaching college level math, optics, and physics as a teaching assistant. I also have experience working in optics a... [more]


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David H.

Physics Tutor

Akron, OH 44321

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

4.85 13 ratings

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KSU Honors Grad for Physics and Mathematics Tutoring

I have taken the following Physics courses: Physics 1, Physics 2, Electricity, Electronics, Avionics, Hydraulics/Pneumatics, Strengths of Materials, Aerospace Structures, Advanced Aerospace Structures. I have always loved learning, and enjoyed helping others to understand to subjects that I enjoy. I am currently eligible to teach Physics and Physical Science in the State of Ohio through the Ohio Department of Education. In addition to my knowledge in this area, I can also help students with math up to College Algebra. Algebra is used a lot in Physics so I also have an in depth understanding of [more]



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Shreedhar S.

Physics Tutor

Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

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Physics & Math Tutor (with positive reviews from SBU students)

Hello! I'm an engineer by trade. I received my undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from Stony Brook University in 2015. I moved to OH to work in the Aerospace industry and have been working full time since. I have always had an immense passion for learning and teaching science. In my time as a student, I worked under Stony Brook USG (Undergrad Student Government) as a PASS tutor, which gave me an unparalleled experience in tutoring physics and math to students from both technical... [more]


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Jouko V.

Physics Tutor

Massillon, OH 44646

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

4.75 4 ratings

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Math and science tutor with a PhD in chemistry

I graduated from Berkeley with a B.S in chemistry in 2005. I received my PhD from Chicago in 2011. Up until recently I was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan in the Department of Computational Medicine and Bioinformatics. I have tutored a wide variety of subjects. I started tutoring my sophomore year of college. After college I took a year off, which I mostly spent tutoring. I was a teaching assistant for general chemistry my first year of graduate school. I have a st... [more]


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Ron G.

Physics Tutor

Akron, OH 44314

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

4.53 19 ratings

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Multiple levels Math, Science, Writing

The problem students - both high school and college - have with physics is keeping up. A student who falls more than a week behind on the material is asking for a wasted semester. My job, therefore, is to help students keep up. There are two major components to keeping up: - know the definitions of terms (much of physics is vocabulary) - understand the math (which is nearly always Algebra 1 level and seldom higher than Algebra 2) A student who knows the terminology and understands the math will be able to solve most of the problems, more easily than could maybe have been imagined. My job is [more]