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Ms. G. is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering with a specialization in computer systems at the University of Florida. She was employed as a Teaching Assistant for Mixed Signal Integrated Circuit Test I, Radio-Frequency Electronics and Digital Logic at the University of Florida. She has also been a free-lance STEM tutor in the past. Before attending graduate school, Ms. G. worked as a Test Technician at SpinCore Technologies. She also completed a Technical Engin... [more]

Hi! My name is Julie and I am currently a medical student at the University of Florida. I have a degree in Hispanic Studies/ Spanish from Pepperdine University in California. Thus, my ultimate goal is to be a physician and open a free clinic in an underserved area.. I spent a year and a half of my college career studying abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina. I grew up in the Philippines, as well, so I am very passionate about exploring the world and learning about different cultures. Additional... [more]

Physics is really a broad subject covering the laws of motion through the basic nature of matter. I am experienced and knowledgeable in: Newtonian physics, the laws of motion defined originally by Isaac Newton including the 1st, 2nd and 3rd laws covering Ballistics, Statics, Dynamics, Impulse & Momentum and, Fluid mechanics. Forces due to electric and magnetic fields including the work of Coulomb, Maxwell, Faraday and others. I am very familiar with electric circuits and the quantitative analysis associated with them. [more]

I am a current physics and mathematics undergrad at UF who loves mathematics, science, programming, and learning in general. I am also employed as a part-time tutor at a tutoring studio at UF, where I work primarily with intermediate and college calculus students. I have taught undergraduate honors courses. Since 2012, I have been tutoring students from arithmetic to calculus and differential equations. Recently I have partnered with organizations on UF campus to earn a tutoring certificat... [more]

Hi, I'm Lukas and I'm a Math and Physics double major here at UF. I've spent a year tutoring for a company called Mathnasium, and tutoring my peers independently from that. I've helped students in topics included in Calculus 1, 2, and 3, and have tutored for competitive math. I love tutoring because I know what it feels like to struggle in a class that everyone around you seems to be doing fine in. Maybe you just cant understand your professor, or mentally blocked out the prerequisite to th... [more]

I have a master degree in Nuclear Physics and more than 6 years of experience teaching and researching in different branches of physics. During my master program, I already teach undergraduate Physics courses (Physics I, Physics II, Optics, Classical Mechanics and Electrodynamics). I have strong background in the mathematical and analytical tools required to teach these subjects. Teach Physics is general is a huge challenge every time you do it, and in all the opportunities I have, I try to do my best. [more]

I am currently a third-year Chemical Engineering undergraduate student at the University of Florida. I've been taking Chemistry courses since my freshman year of high school and began taking Calculus courses since my junior year of high school (and tutoring for both ever since), so I'm pretty well acquainted with a majority of topics in both subjects. I've also been taking physics courses throughout all of college so far, so I feel well-equipped to help with that too. Throughout high school, ... [more]

I have a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of Florida. I am currently doing research for the UFHealth Anesthesiology Department in the CSSALT Lab. I have tutored all ages of students in math and science and helped developed personalized study plans that have improved the grades of my students significantly. I work hard to make sure that each tutoring session is enjoyable and makes efficient use of time. I know you have a busy schedule so I want to make sure y... [more]

I have a BS in physics from Polytechnic Institute of New York and a PhD in mathematical physics from the University of Florida. I also have enough credits all together for a BS in math and did 18 graduate credits of course work in math at UF. I've done math and physics tutoring on and off during school and have been tutoring for the last 4 years (including a lot of online tutoring). I've taught general physics both with and without calculus (PHY2048, 2049, etc. in Florida). To familiariz... [more]

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