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If you're struggling with Kinematics, Forces, Work & Energy, Electricity & Magnetism, I'd be glad to help. The first time I took Physics, it was a blur of information and I had to really grapple with the new concepts and ideas. The hardest part was learning the new material and then applying it, under pressure, on an exam with completely new problems that were significantly harder than the homework problems. I'm going to help you think about Physics concepts in intuitive ways where even if you have never seen a problem before, you'll be able to unravel it and get to an answer that "makes sense [more]

Hello! My name is David, and I hope to be the tutor you are looking for. I have almost 10 years of tutoring experience in all math subjects, including Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Probability and Statistics. I have also helped students out with their coursework in Physics and Finance. When I am tutoring, I enjoy getting to know the student and understanding the way the student learns. From my experience, I have found many creative ways of explaining common proble... [more]

As a university tutor for UC Irvine, I led group tutoring sessions in college level math and physics for over 100 students over the course of three years from 2009-2012. Since then, I have been primarily focused on offering one-on-one assistance with university physics for students from all across Orange County. My name is Daniel and I have graduated from UC Irvine with degrees in Aerospace Engineering (B.S) and Mechanical Engineering (B.S., M.S.), and I am currently a PhD candidate with a specialization in alternative fuel combustion. One of the main activities that I enjoy to take part in is [more]

I took AP Physics for the first time in 8th grade, as a student of the only middle school in the country to offer the course, at least at the time. I retook it on my own as a senior in high school in order to get college credit for the AP, scoring a 5 on both the AP Physics B and AP Physics C: Mechanics exams. I've tutored Physics (high school, AP, and college) since 2009. I do not tutor calculus-based electromagnetics. Ever feel like you aren't learning in your classes? Like what your teacher is explaining just isn't clicking with you? That maybe you could enjoy the subject if your teacher ta [more]

Bachelors in aerospace engineering 5/5 on AP exam I have 12 years paid tutoring experience and a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from UCSD with a minor in Science Education. Most of my tutoring experience is with students between grades 7-12 primarily in Mathematics and science, but I also tutor Spanish, English, and College level Mathematics and Sciences. I can come to you, either at your home or a neutral location such as a library. I love learning and I love helping others learn. It makes me really happy to see students succeed and grow in... [more]

My university education included the Hamiltonian formulation of Classical Mechanics, the Maxwell Field Equations description of Electromagnetism, and non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics. However, most of the tutoring sought after by students in this subject will not require such involved mathematics. My approach is normally to engage students in more accessible examples of simpler models in Introductory Physics. The more popular AP subject examination attempts a broad rather than deep assessment of a student's command of the techniques of investigation of physical phenomena, and I prefer to [more]

I have tutored high school students for both physics and AP physics. Fortunately, I was able to help students over their complete physics course. I have seen individuals breeze through force diagrams to later struggle with momentum and collisions. Others have demonstrated similar patterns. It's a tricky and sometimes counter intuitive study. I teach physics largely through pictures. Write down your knowns and unknowns; initial and final conditions. Usually, a tricky word problem is just that: a problem with the wording. A simple sketch can be the difference between frustration and understand [more]

Physics and math are integrally linked; I am proficient at both. I have helped explain these concepts to many students over the years. I can help explain in apply the various formulas used. I can help in such areas as mechanics, thermodynamics, quantum mechanics, and relativity. I can also help in astronomy. I have an undergraduate degree from CSU Fullerton in Mathematics and Statistics with a Finance Cognate. I helped run the Math tutoring lab for almost 5 years, and have been tutoring for longer than that, having worked for 3 different companies before I started my own business. Having tutor [more]

I have my BS and MS in Physics. I've also been tutoring physics for many years and am intimately familiar with the subject material for all of the physics AP tests. I have acted as a stand-in for professors in their lower-division and upper-division college-level physics lectures, and I taught introductory physics classes and labs for two years at the college level. I graduated with high honors from UC Merced in 2013 after only three years, and I graduated from CSU Fresno with an MS, also with honors. I've been tutoring since 2012, first at the Bali Learning Center in Merced (until Fall 2015), [more]

I have been on both sides of the tutor-student relationship. As a student I realize that the subject matter may be intimidating and daunting and that mastery may seem hopelessly out of reach. But it isn't! As a teacher, my strategy is to break the topic down to its simplest concepts. Once the student has mastered these concepts, we will put them to use in working through examples and problems of varying difficulty. This way the student builds confidence in his or her problem-solving abil... [more]

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