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It may seem strange to begin with a statistic, but I trust you will agree it's not wholly inappropriate. During the 2009-2010 school year, my 11 AP Chemistry students had a 100% pass rate with the following score distribution: Seven of them scored a 5, three scored a 4, and one scored a 3. The high scores are greater than three times the national average. What makes this even more impressive is that I only saw my students an average of 2.5 times per week (2 days one week, 3 days the next, alt... [more]

As an experienced academic tutor who has worked with a wide range of students, Phoebe is familiar with the various curriculums of a vicissitudes of schools and test preparations. This enables her to better comprehend and prepare lessons in accordance to the needs of her students. Phoebe?s anchoring philosophy rests upon the fact that while we may not start on a leveled field in this life; however, motivation, hard work and foremost the right tutor can go a long way in helping students reach t... [more]

Often considered the most challenging of the science classes, the key to mastering physics is to both create accurate diagrams and properly labeling variables. It's also important to understand the difference between diagrams that describe the "Net action" (which describe the physical result, or what one "sees") vs. those that describe the "Natural forces" (which describes the physical forces that contribute to the action). Are you looking for an expert math & standardized test tutor with 10+ years of experience? Someone who doesn't just teach the subject, but also the psychology of elite test [more]

As an engineer with a masters degree, physics was a requisite class for me to pass and get my degree, so I have plenty of experience with the subject material. Moreover, I love physics! It is applied mathematics at it's finest and I have always been interested in learning more about it. I have taught and currently teach several students in physics and they love how easily I can explain seemingly difficult concepts to them. Let me clarify physics for you and make it easy. Ah Mathematics. The bane of existence for many a child. The mighty struggle of all struggles. Math can be confusing, confoun [more]

I have a Ph.D. in biochemistry from The University of Chicago. My previous research work was in biochemistry, structural biochemistry, and analytical chemistry, so I also have a thorough knowledge of a variety of chemistry topics. Due to this, I can offer tutoring services in all areas of chemistry, including general, organic, analytical, electrochemistry, and biochemistry. I will gladly assist undergraduate and high school students in the world of chemistry to help improve grades or prepa... [more]

I completed my Bachelor's in Science in Engineering Physics with the Aerospace Engineering concentration. After graduating, I began graduate school to finish up some research I had started as an undergraduate. My Master's degree was in Physics with a concentration in Space Physics. As a graduate teaching assistant I tutored 100s of students at my university. I also taught Intro Physics laboratories focusing on Mechanics. I gave review sessions to prepare students for their finals as well. When teaching/tutoring, I always brought real world examples into play. I found this method to help [more]

I have taught physics to students of various backgrounds and preparation levels. After 12 years as a research scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (astrophysics/dark matter), 3 years as a postdoctoral fellow at Caltech (nuclear/particle physics), and 2 years as a postdoctoral fellow at Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (nuclear/particle physics), I have developed a deep, intuitive and mathematical understanding of physics that I enjoy sharing with my students. I was a postdoctoral fellow in particle/nuclear physics at the California Institute of Technology for three years [more]

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I am qualified to tutor in physics for various reasons. I have several degrees in physics (B.S. in Engineering Physics and an two M.S. degrees in Applied Physics and Quantum Optics), and I'm currently working towards a PhD in Physics. I've taught various lab courses in physics, as well as worked as a TA for physics courses ranging from the high school level to the graduate school level. Finally, I have been tutoring physics to other students since I began learning physics several years ago in high school. [more]

Most students find this class so difficult because they have been taught to memorize equations when physics requires intimate understanding of how to apply math. My approach focuses on understanding the concepts, then learning how to apply the math from there. I have a masters degree in this subject and have been teaching it for nearly a decade. If you need help with higher level college math and physics, I'm your guy: Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Modern Physics, Electrodynamics, Thermodynamics, Quantum Mechanics, Calc 1-3, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra. 12 years experience [more]

During the course of study for my Physics Master's Degree, I studied most fields of physics up to and including quantum field theory and relativistic dynamics. I have a very strong understanding of all fields of physics through an undergraduate level (including electricity and magnetism, classical mechanics, statistical mechanics, and quantum mechanics). In addition, I can tutor in nuclear theory, the Standard Model, and condensed matter and solid state physics at an introductory level. I am a creative and effective tutor with Master's Degree in Physics and years of experience working with stu [more]

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