6 Physics Tutors Found Near Eugene, OR

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David B.

Physics Tutor

Albany, OR 97321

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Math and Physics Expert

I'm currently attending OSU and working towards a PhD in Radiation Heath Physics. I currently hold a BS in Mathematical Studies and a ME in Nuclear Engineering. I started my career as a high school math and Physics teacher and transitioned into a career in the Navy. I enjoy working with students to help them understand math and physics. I aim to improve grades and test scores through practical advice and through a better understanding of the material. My favorite subjects to teach are ca... [more]

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Samuel W.

Physics Tutor

Eugene, OR 97404

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

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I am a high-school senior who tutors math or science

I am currently taking AP Physics, which is the equivalent of general physics 201 and 202. Over my high-school career, I have tutored several people in math and science areas. By the time I graduate, I will have taken a total of 7 Advanced Placement courses in several different subject areas. I enjoy tutoring math and science and helping people learn to enjoy the subjects. I plan to go to medical school after my undergraduate program, specializing in surgery. When I tutor anybody, it is very important for me to make sure that the student is learning the subject and not just com... [more]

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Dustin T.

Physics Tutor

Salem, OR 97317

Will travel 15 miles

$27 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

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Berkeley Physics Student and Aspiring Educator

I've been a tutor for three years. I got my start tutoring at Chemeketa Community College in Salem, OR, where I worked in the tutoring center helping students with math, physics, chemistry, and writing. During my time at Chemeketa, I took a series of extra classes for tutors, overseen by the Chemeketa Tutoring Department and the College Learning and Reading Association, that certified me as a Master Tutor. I transferred from Chemeketa after getting my AA and attended UC Berkeley with a major ... [more]

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Lauren S.

Physics Tutor

Springfield, OR 97477

Will travel 10 miles

$30 per hour.

4.73 15 ratings

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I'm a chemistry grad student who loves sharing my passion for science!

I started teaching about 7 years ago, with horseback riding lessons. I taught everyone from 3-year-olds to 50 year olds, and figured out how to present information to all levels of riders. Around that time I started tutoring, too; I tutored a 6th grader in all her school subjects. Since then I've kept teaching riding lessons whenever I can, and I've tutored while in college both as a job and as a friend helping out. I love learning, and it's great to see someone else learn, from the opposite ... [more]

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Seth M.

Physics Tutor

Mcminnville, OR 97128

Will travel 20 miles

$29 per hour.

4.95 39 ratings

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I can help with Philosophy, Religion, Writing, Physics and Mathematics

I have a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering from Seattle Pacific University. I taught high school physics, and have tutored many high school and college students. I really enjoy physics, and love to work with others to help them understand and solve real-world physics problems. I've helped hundreds of people improve their skills and their lives. Let me help you. I hold masters' degrees in both philosophy and theology, and a bachelor of science degree in physics and engineering. I've worked as an advanced trainer and educator for companies like Intel, Evergreen Aviation Int [more]

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Foster L.

Physics Tutor

Salem, OR 97302

Will travel 3 miles

$40 per hour.

4.9 30 ratings

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An A+ Educator you can rely on for results

General Physics is usually divided into Mechanics on the one hand, and Electricity and Magnetism on the other. Unlike pure mathematics, the student must be able to identify the appropriate application of physics formulas and sometimes has to determine what information is important and what is not relevant to the problem at hand. The multistep nature of Physics, which forces students to be very careful both when thinking about the problem qualitatively, and in calculating the answer, can be daunting for many people. I will help motivated students, who are willing to put in the outside work n [more]