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I have a BS and MS in Physics from Georgia Tech. I worked most of my career as an industrial mathematician heavily relying on my physics knowledge. I have tutored many students (high school and college) in physics and enjoy doing so. I have a BS and MS in Physics from Georgia Tech and a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Carnegie Mellon University. I worked for 30+ years as an applied mathematician for Westinghouse in Pittsburgh. During that time I also taught as an adjunct professor at CMU and at Duquesne University in the Mathematics Departments. I have tutored many high school and college students o [more]

I completed a M.S in physics at the University of California Davis and have been teaching physics and math for the last 5 years. My Background: I earned an M.S. in physics while teaching two years of introductory physics at UC Davis as a graduate teaching assistant and Ph.D. candidate. I worked with the Physics Education Research Group at UC Davis, and have since written a complete high school physics curriculum based on the Common Core Standards. I have four years of lab research experience between an internship at NASA/NSSTC's Gamma-Ray Research Group and physics groups at the University of [more]

As a tutor, I strive to improve more than a single grade or subject area by working with my students to develop better habits and study methods. Individuals learn differently and at their own pace so I focus on both strengths and weaknesses to improve problem-solving and organization skills. I believe that with the right kind of support and encouragement anyone can be a 'math' or 'science' person. My undergraduate degree is in Chemistry with a minor in Mathematics from the University of ... [more]

I have over two years of experience in tutoring physics to students from junior high-school to grad school in universities. I enjoy physics and I have excelled in it since high-school and even in classes at MIT. At MIT I got a bachelor of science degree and a master of engineering degree, each in "electrical engineering and computer science". My GPA for my BSc. degree is 4.2/5.0 and my GPA for my M.Eng degree is 4.6/5.0. I have always had a passion for math, the sciences, and computer science and engineering. And I always excelled in them from high school to graduate school. I have received [more]

Graduate Student in Astrophysics. I am a Ph.D. student in Space Science at University of Alabama in Huntsville. I've been in Huntsville, AL since January 2015 where I started interning at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. I graduated from Florida Tech with my B.S. in Astrobiology in the Spring of 2014. My undergraduate degree plunged me into the depths of chemistry, physics, biology, space science, and higher-level math, most of which have led me to become an expert in any high school math class as well as introductory col... [more]

In addition to my own education, I have taught Physics both at the high school level, as well as tutored many students from a variety of backgrounds over the years. I have taught these classes from several perspectives, including a traditional lecture/homework structure and a lab+discussion-based model. My preferred method of tutoring involves allowing the student to ask questions and then helping them with their confusion first, then ushering in additional concepts to supplement their understanding. In this way the sessions are efficient as well as helpful in building understanding. [more]

For my Bachelor degree I completed two semesters of calculus physics for scientists and engineers. I further completed two semesters of Physical Chemistry and two classes in Biophysics. Some of my research involves aspects of biomedical engineering and requires the application of physics to advanced research models. I have also taken extensive coursework in math, including coursework through Calculus IV, Multivariable Calculus, and Advanced Differentials. I graduated from Shorter College in 2009 with a BS in Chemistry/Biochemistry and a BA in Spanish Literature. I spent four years working du [more]

I teach AP Physics to High School seniors. AP means it is a college level course. Additionally, I teach a 9th grade Honors Physics class. This is aimed at a somewhat lower level than regular physics taught to 12th graders. I am degreed in Physics. I have been teaching for seven years. I am a High School Physics teacher, currently teaching AP Physics 1 & 2. In previous school years I have taught Mathematics (remedial to advanced, pre-algebra to calculus) and Computer classes specializing in Microsoft Office, Visual Basic, Java, and HTML. My students perform at or above state and national [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]

Tutored many students in Physics over the past five years, got an A in calculus based Physics 1 and 2 in college, and got an A in Magnet Physics and AP physics in high school I graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Mathematics and I am currently a game designer. While at UGA, I tutored students regularly in mathematics, chemistry, physics, and economics, and helped them get A's and B's in those respective classes. I have also tutored for Kumon in the past, helping kids as young as four improve their math skills. In my experience, the key to learning these number heavy subje [more]

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