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My name is Vijay and I have a bachelor?s degree in electrical engineering and a PhD in control systems. I am semi-retired so I tutor students in mathematics and physics. Students preparing for the ACT, SAT and AP courses require skills to pick apart a problem and apply the tools they have learned to arrive at a well reasoned solution. I have tutored college students from various disciplines who need to brush up or bolster their math and physics skills. My approach to tutoring is (1) teach... [more]

Physics is a very broad subject with many topics to cover. The motion and interactions of bodies usually takes up the first portion of physics courses. I approach these with a "if you can see it in the real world, you'll better understand the concept" mindset. This means I'm constantly providing real-life examples of what we're working on. Next, most courses move to electricity, magnetism, light, and several other related topics. While slightly more abstract than the concepts covered earlier in physics, with the right real-life examples, these concepts really come alive. I also use this same f [more]

I have been teaching all AP Physics 1, 2, C levels over the past 5 years. I am holding both bachelor and master degrees in physics along with educator certification. I love teaching physics. I love teaching physics therefore I want help students learn and enjoy it. So, students need physics for these following reasons: 1. Most modern technology came from physics. Any technology involving electricity, magnetism, mechanics, heat, light, sound, optics, etc. comes from physics. Even though the... [more]

Physics is a laboratory science course that examines the relationship between matter and energy and how they interact. This course will have a strong emphasis in the mathematics of physics. Students explore physics concepts through an inquiry approach. Embedded standards for Inquiry, Technology & Engineering, and Mathematics are taught in the context of the content standards for Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Waves and Sound, Light and Optics, Electricity and Magnetism and Atomic & Nuclear Science [more]

Hi! my name is Shana. I am a AA certified teacher in the state of MS 12 years of experience as a professional educator. I am certified in chemistry, physics, biology, physical science, general science and AP chemistry. I also hold certification as a virtual instructor and as a Cambridge coordinated sciences instructor and grader. I have experience working with some of the larger educational corporations scoring the ACT exam and as an assessment writer, where I came up with the actual quest... [more]

I have a Master's degree in astrophysics and am willing to help your child excel in math and science. I can help with test prep or entrance criterion for schools! I specialize in lower and higher level mathematics, as well as physics and astronomy. I cannot tutor students that are currently taking a class of mine at the school I teach at! ACT Math, Calculus, Trigonometry, Algebra, Discrete Mathematics, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Differential Equations, Proofs, and Differential Geome... [more]

My education consists of two PhD degrees in Chemistry, one from China and another from America. I've had over twenty years of teaching experience. I used to work as a teaching assistant at Oregon State University. I've been a tutor and an instructor at Pulaski Tech College for about two years, and most of the students know me as Mary in the tutoring lab. And I'm currently the ACT math and chemistry tutor at Huntington learning center. At the college, I teach math (from pre-algebra to calculu... [more]

I currently work at UAMS where I do clinical research in multiple myeloma. I have taken the following courses: 2 semesters of college level General Physics; 2 semesters of college level Physical Chemistry; 2 semesters of college level General Chemistry; 2 semesters of college level Organic Chemistry; and 2 semesters of college level Biochemistry. I love tutoring. I tutored throughout my undergraduate program and part time during my career. I currently work at UAMS where I do clinical research in multiple myeloma. I was fortunate to have mentors who took the time and energy to help me throug [more]

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I hold both bachelor's and master's degrees in physics. I've been a teacher all my adult life. I've taught and tutored physics and other courses from the junior high through the college level. Both my bachelor's and master's degrees in physics included many math courses. I started majoring in chemistry before switching to physics at Hendrix. Except for 6 years helping the Corps of Engineers with their first microcomputers, I've been a classroom teacher/tutor since I finished college. Even at the Corps, I was teaching employees how to best utilize their new computers. I [more]

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