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I have had many physics courses and much related subject matter in my under-graduate engineering coursework and graduate work in applied mathematics. I bring a diverse background to the tutoring sessions. Hi!! My name is Harry O. I have been tutoring high school and college students for the past six years. Previously I taught at Georgia Institute of Technology from which I received a Bachelor's in Electrical Engineering and a Master's in Applied Mathematics. I also have 25 years of experience in the corporate world. My students have had great success with my tutoring. In fact, one of my [more]

I have taught various levels of physics to public school students, private school students, homeschoolers and college students for 23 years. For ACT test prep, I've tutored students who have received scores in the 30+ range in math and science. My specialty, though, is advanced high school and introductory college physics (both algebra and calculus-based). I currently teach honors physics and AP Mechanics C to juniors and seniors in a large suburban high school district. I have also been overseeing the math development of my four home-schooled children from basic math through pre-calculus. A [more]

I've completed the equivalent of 3 full first-year undergraduate physics courses, and I earned solid A's or better every single time! My greatest strength is in kinematics, but I'm no slouch when it comes to optics, electromagnetism, and other first year topics, either. My greatest specialty is with the law school entrance exam, known (and dreaded) by soon-to-be law students as the LSAT. I've taught the LSAT for 9 years, scored a 180 on the September 2009 LSAT, and several of my students scored in the 99th percentile and moved into LSAT teaching themselves. Not only do I have a perfect score, [more]

Whether students love math and science or despise the subjects, I am usually able to make the experience better for them. I explain the material in very understandable ways, and I'm able to pinpoint where a student is struggling and provide specific help where it's needed. I am particularly good at making that beast called Chemistry much less painful to deal with. One of the best compliments I received recently is that one of my students jokingly said to her mom, "I wish I could just go to th... [more]

I have degrees in chemistry from two of the top universities in the country, the University of Chicago (BS) and UCSD (PhD). My training has been heavily influenced by both physics and math. I have taught a lot of physics through courses such as physical chemistry, instrumental analysis, and thermodynamics. My experience comes from the mathematical description of chemical phenomenon in physical terms: chemical physics. I am very familiar with particle mechanics, waves, optics, atomic physics, quantum mechanics, thermodynamics, and statistical mechanics. I am interested in scientific explanation [more]

Physics has been described as the science of ?why things work.? Physics deals with such things as mechanics (force, energy, motion), sound, heat, light, electricity, magnetism and atomic structure. My first exposure to physics was during high school. Receiving straight A's in physics as well as all my other high school science courses earned me a Proficiency in Science award at graduation. I continued my study of physics in college with the calculus-based three semester physics sequence required for engineering majors. I received straight A's in those classes as well. My graduate work wa [more]

Hello, I have been teaching Physics and Mathematics as a collegiate professor for the past twenty years. I currently teach at the University of Phoenix in the School of Business as well as the University of Roosevelt. I have a masters in Physics and Electrical Engineering from Northern Illinois University and have been tutoring students in various content areas such as physics, math and statistics all through my academic teaching years. My academic rating every semester has been outstandin... [more]

I have 7 years of experience in education in different levels including administration. I still teach and teaching is my passion. Everybody has their own way of learning and one needs to know all as a teacher. The school I currently work is a STEAM school which has high expectations for the students. We challenge with accelerated curriculum as well as extra curricular activities such as Science Fairs, math contests, robotics competitions etc. I prepare students to state science fairs and get ... [more]

I have a Ph.D. in Physics, love to teach, and want to help you reach your personal goals. I'm looking to help students in either math (algebra and calculus) and physics. My background is in physics and i love to teach. I completed my undergraduate work in physics (B.Sc) and went on to complete my Ph.D. in theoretical physics. During both my undergraduate and graduate work i worked as a teaching assistant and a tutor. I was awarded best teaching assistant in the physics department and al... [more]

Hi I am an Electrical Engineer with a PhD from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with an excellent academic record (4.0 GPA in undergrad and grad school). I love math, physics and programming. I have taught undergrad courses in discrete math and graduate level courses in probability and statistics. I am a patient and understanding tutor with a strong grasp of the fundamentals that allows me to adjust my teaching level and explanations to the ability of the students. Success breeds success... [more]

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