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I have a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering from RPI. I was a Physics TA in college and have been tutoring Physics since I was a senior in high school. My mom is a retired AP Physics instructor so I guess teaching physics must run in the family. In 4 years of High School, 4 years of College, and 2 years of Graduate School, I learned innumerable things about a wide variety of topics, but the most important lesson I learned was this: the students who get A's are not necessarily the most naturally gifted in the class, but are the almost always the hardest workers. Sooner or later, everyone [more]

Since 2005, I've tutored over thirty students in 8th and 9th grade physics, physics for the MCAS and for the SAT subject test, advanced placement physics B and C, physics for teachers to help them pass the MTEL and for pre-med students to help them with the MCAT, college physics for non-science majors, and college physics for scientists and engineers. I've also written sections of physics workbooks and digital content for major publishers. The best way to understand most concepts in physics that are new to a student is to represent it on paper. More than any other discipline, academic physics [more]

I am a Massachusetts licensed physics teacher with 4 years of experience teaching physics and 12 years teaching on the high school level. I have over 17 years of tutoring experience. I focus on real life connections between the subject matter and everyday experiences and on teaching critical thinking skills. I tutor all levels of chemistry (including college and MCAT), and high school level physics. Rebecca has worked 14 years as a high school teacher at one of the top high schools, Concord-Carlisle, teaching all levels of chemistry to students with all levels of abilities. The extra courses t [more]

I have 10+ years of experience tutoring SAT math, GRE math, algebra 1 and 2, pre-calculus, calculus, trigonometry, geometry, chemistry and physics. I was a teaching assistant for an introductory engineering course dealing primarily with statics for a few semesters in college. I have been a volunteer tutor for ESL so I have experience working with adults as well as kids and teens. I look forward to helping you achieve the results you'd like to see. Please feel free to contact me with any q... [more]

I studied math at MIT, where I specialized in mathematical physics -- the study of the mathematical structures and techniques that underlie theoretical physics. I have hundreds of hours of experience teaching classical mechanics (Newtonian as well as Hamiltonians and Lagrangian), electromagnetism, and quantum mechanics. I specialize in rigorous, high-level academic tutoring, test preparation, and enrichment for high school, college, and graduate students. I have ten years and thousands of hours of experience with students around the world. BIO: I studied theoretical math, literature, and phil [more]

As an undergraduate and graduate student in physics, I taught physics (mechanics and electromagnetism) in several modes: a recitation instructor, teaching assistant, and tutor. As a student approaches a subject, there are two major factors to success: a solid foundation in the fundamentals and skills at solving problems. The fundamentals are very important for understanding why aspects of the subject work the way they do and to be able to build on one aspect to understand others. Being able to solve problems means the student can apply what they have learned in useful ways. As a tutor, my rol [more]

I am a writer, programmer, and experienced mentor who loves teaching. Harvard College AB in Physics and Philosophy, United States Presidential Scholar, Eagle Scout, 2400 SAT. Building data products has given me experience in project management for various industries. I now write literary and design fiction. My students are motivated adults, pursuing graduate / continuing education or developing specific professionals skills on a personalized curriculum plan. For over a decade, I have enjoyed... [more]

B.A. in Physics Two years tutoring undergraduates in introductory and intermediate level physics Two years of instruction in laboratory techniques One year of astronomical observatory employment, instruction, and demonstration Math and physics are hard--that's why I'm here to help you survive and thrive! If you struggle with equations, get lost in word problems, or can't grasp the core concepts, don't worry: you aren't alone! As a physics graduate with 3 years of experience in tutoring, I am knowledgeable in several areas of study, including electromagnetism, mechanics, introductory atomic [more]

I'm Rahul, a recent graduate from Boston University. I was a teaching assistant for introductory physics for three years at BU, and have over 400 hours of tutoring experience. I have tutored students in Physics (I and II), Discrete Math, High School Math (Trigonometry, Calculus etc.) and Circuits. I focus heavily on conceptual understanding and long-term retention over simple test preparation, and I prefer to teach using visual and interactive methods when possible. I have previously worked... [more]

Mechanics is the basis of physics, physics is the basis of most fields of application, particularly in engineering. In addition to fundamental concepts, the study of physics develops the ability to think mathematically, and apply mathematical methods to many problems of interest, including outside of physics. Physics often provides a context for visualizing mathematical constructs and operations, which in turn feed back into a better understanding of the physics. For this reason, the concurrent study of mathematics and physics is synergistic in its effects and should always be preferred if i [more]

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