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I earned straight A's in my year of physics courses at UCSD, prior to completing my engineering degree at SDSU. In addition, over the past seven years I have tutored many students in various topics from the physics curriculum, including mechanics, gravitation, electro-magnetism, and optics. Hi! Math is all around us, and I believe that we all need to know how to use it in our daily lives. Unfortunately, math can be mysterious and difficult to understand at times. Sometimes a little extra explanation, or some additional guided practice, is needed to grasp a new concept, and that is where I ca [more]

Physics has always come naturally to me and I have taken several years of physics in high school and college. For physics I have tutored students from 9th-12th grade, primarily in mechanics but also in electricity and magnetism, across all levels (intro, college prep, honors, ap), and for classes with or without calculus. I am a successful physics tutor because I deeply understand these topics, but can also explain and show my students how to visualize what is going on. While "Physics" covers a lot of ground (from mechanics, to electrostatics, to magnetism), I have found a lot of equations an [more]

I completed my Bachelor's in Science in Engineering Physics with the Aerospace Engineering concentration. After graduating, I began graduate school to finish up some research I had started as an undergraduate. My Master's degree was in Physics with a concentration in Space Physics. As a graduate teaching assistant I tutored 100s of students at my university. I also taught Intro Physics laboratories focusing on Mechanics. I gave review sessions to prepare students for their finals as well. When teaching/tutoring, I always brought real world examples into play. I found this method to help [more]

I have a strong background in Physics through earning a BS in Civil Engineering and working as a bridge design engineer. As an instructor I have a broad set of experiences both in terms of subject matter, group size, and age of students. My first teaching experience came at the University of Kansas as a college algebra instructor and tutor. Each semester I had a class of approximately 20 students and tutored roughly 10 hours a week. The majority of this tutoring was one-on-one; however, when it proved advantageous, I would tutor small groups of 3-4 students. Later in my undergraduate degree, I [more]

I scored an 800 on the SAT subject test for physics and a 5 on the AP Physics test. As a lifelong learner, I am very driven to help others achieve their goals in the classroom. I've been a high school and college math tutor for 8 years, and worked for UCLA to teach upper division linear algebra. I do not aim to simply get my students to pass, but truly help them understand the material so they are not simply regurgitating information. I specialize in tutoring Pre-Calculus, Calculus I/II/III, any lower division math/stats course (linear algebra, discrete, diff eq's, etc.), ... [more]

Ever since I took my first physics class my freshman year of high school I've loved it. I find myself intrigued by how things work and all the applications presented by the material! In college I took classes such as Statics, Dynamics, Thermodynamics, and Fluid Mechanics. These classes are all applications of Physics and they represent the fundamentals presented in standard Physics classes. This all to say I am very qualified and I have the tutoring experience to match. My name is Christopher and I am a recent graduate of Cal Poly Pomona. I finished my Bachelor's of Science Degree in Mechanic [more]

I received my Bachelors of Science in Physics from UCI, since that time I have been the primary Physics teacher at the Army and Navy Academy for the past few years. I also teach the AP class. I am very familiar with the subject and where students have difficulty with it. I have been teaching Physics for the past 5 years and I truly love it. Before that, I tutored it for 4 years. In college I chose Physics as my major because I enjoyed it and it made sense to me. I decided to tutor it because I wanted others to see the same things. My goal, still, is to show my students that Physics is no [more]

I am a Teaching Assistant for UCSD in both Physics and Math. I have a B.S. in Physics from UCSB. I have experience as a high school Science Olympiad coach, a high school tutor for physics and math, and a teaching assisant for physics and multivariable calculus at the university level. I like to take an "inverted pyramid" approach, in which I emphasize a strong grasp of a fundamental concepts of a subject (i.e. Newton's Laws, Kinematics Equations, Maxwell's Equations) and have them apply it to a wide range of problems. I like tutoring as not only does it reinforce my current knowledge ... [more]

As a Ph.D. in chemistry and biology I specialize in helping students get ahead, and stay ahead in advanced Science and Math courses. Whether you're reviewing for A.P. Biology and Chemistry, or looking for improvement in Organic Chemistry or Molecular Biology at university this term, I can help you succeed. Spring dates for the updated SAT and ACT tests are coming up as well, and it's the perfect time to get an early start and put your best foot forward on your college applications. I tutor ... [more]

Majoring in chemistry requires several physics courses, and a fairly strong understanding of physics. Additionally, I have over four years of experience tutoring physics at both the high school and college levels. I am a chemist by training and by trade. I use the fundamental concepts of chemistry every day. I also have three years of experience teaching undergraduate chemistry while I was a graduate student at UC Irvine. My style of teaching emphasizes concepts and reasoning. The sciences can be overwhelming if you dive in head first, especially if you intend to memorize everything. B [more]

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