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I specialize in STEM courses and study skills (especially for those students with ADD/ADHD). I earned an ACS-certified B.S. in Chemistry (with a minor in Applied Mathematics) and a B.S. in Physics (with a minor in Astrophysics) from Purdue University and I'm pursuing a M.S. in Physics at The University of Texas at San Antonio. As an undergraduate Lab Instructor at Purdue University Calumet (PUC) I've taught the following subjects: General Chemistry Lab I & II, Organic Chemistry Lab I & II, and Algebra-based Physics Lab I & II. As a Teaching Assistant at The University of Texas at San Antonio [more]

Physics is a course I particularly enjoy tutoring. The biggest problem I've noticed with students who come to me for Physics is a lack of firm grasp on its very basic and fundamental concepts. Physics is not like Calculus: you can't just get by with knowing a few techniques of integration and differentiation; you really have to be well grounded in the most basic concepts, you have to start from the very root of it. I tend to have a lot of Physics students who are good in Math but terrible in Physics because they either never had the strong foundation in the basic principles of Physics or they [more]

I am a PhD physicist, with hundreds of hours of teaching and tutoring introductory level physics. I am very interested in helping students understand the material they are taking, as well as applying that knowledge to homework and tests. I have spent over 8 years tutoring and helping students from all backgrounds to overcome difficulties with math and science subjects. The most important part of getting past whatever difficulties you are having now, and moving on to mastering these subjects, is understanding. This is what I will help you achieve. Over the last year, I have been tutoring many [more]

I am currently a high school math teacher. I am in my 13th year of teaching. I teach geometry, algebra 2, pre-calculus, and calculus. I was a National Merit Scholar, so I am also good with SAT math. I started tutoring math when I was I high school, and I have tutored some of my former students in their college math classes and have been recommended to some of their friends. I enjoy teaching math and would like to tutor it regularly. I help student make connections between the different ... [more]

Physics teacher for 7 years all types of physics. Also robotics teacher, engineering teacher, even Chemistry. I am very good at math and have tutored many people for a long time including adults and can help you do mental math which helps a great deal with checking over work and avoiding errors. I was a teacher for 7 full years, I just finished up my last year earlier this month. In those years I have been a highly effective teacher for Physics mostly, but I have taught Robotics, Chemistry, and Biology. Teaching Physics has given me a great practical application for Algebra and I end up tu [more]

Hi, I'm Matt. I graduated from Rice University in 2014 with a degree in Chemistry. After realizing that my favorite part about my degree was TAing the General Chemistry course, I began teaching HS Physics and Algebra I with a local charter school immediately following graduation. After a year of teaching high school, I was hired as an 8th grade physical science teacher for a local private school, which allowed for greater teacher-student interaction and more opportunities for direct teaching.... [more]

I had tutor physics one on one for a long time when I was collage students, and last few years I have been teaching physics, AP physics in a high school. I'm Ismail E. I am high school teacher with a true passion for mathematics and physics. I have been teaching high school students for 7 years now and have had great success with my students, ranging from middle school to high school-aged. I began tutoring by helping other students in my high school classes. In college, I worked as a private math and physics tutor for 3 years,subjects ranged from algebra, geometry, trigonometry, to calculus, [more]

This course will test your real-world understanding. As its name implies, success at physics requires physical perception, mathematical skill, and the ability to combine these two. I have long experience navigating students through this challenging process and I enjoy tutoring this subject more than any other. I am glad to answer your questions, and I will never make you feel like you shouldn't have asked. If you are intimidated by physics, contact me soon, and we'll get started! Dear Student or Parent: Maybe you feel intimidated or left-behind in physics, or in calculus, algebra or other [more]

Welcome to my tutor page. I'm a graduate student in Marine Biology at Texas A&M University: Corpus Christi. At TAMUCC I'm working as a teaching assistant and doing my own research at the university looking at fish in the Caribbean. In the past I worked at The Island School as a research teacher. The Island School is a boarding high school where students from around the world come to The Bahamas and learn through place-based education and the process of asking question and using the scientific... [more]

I am an undergraduate student at Trinity University pursuing a double major in Computer Science and Physics. I have always loved learning and applying my new knowledge, whether that meant utilizing it to solve homework problems or communicating it to another person in a manner that they could comprehend and retain. Through explaining complex concepts to others, I have come to realize that I have a knack for effectively communicating information to people of all ages and tailoring my d... [more]

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