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For my Bachelor degree I completed two semesters of calculus physics for scientists and engineers. I further completed two semesters of Physical Chemistry and two classes in Biophysics. Some of my research involves aspects of biomedical engineering and requires the application of physics to advanced research models. I have also taken extensive coursework in math, including coursework through Calculus IV, Multivariable Calculus, and Advanced Differentials. I graduated from Shorter College in 2009 with a BS in Chemistry/Biochemistry and a BA in Spanish Literature. I spent four years working du [more]

As a highly dedicated professional with a strong background in K-12 education, I can provide the tutoring your students needs. For example, I have taught Physics, AP Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Anatomy and Physiology, Environmental Science, and Biology at the high school level. In addition, I have conducted Physics Day to Girls Scout Troup 3820 where Daisy, Brownies, Juniors, and Cadets built Balloon rockets, examined the phases of the moons using Oreos, analyzed the surface tensio... [more]

Hi! I am a recent graduate from Georgia Tech. My degree is in physics, however I am comfortable with all K-12 math. I have worked with both physics and math students for several years, concentrating at the middle and high school level with some college tutoring thrown in for good measure. I have also tutored elementary school children in all subjects. Watching the difference in my students when they grasp a new idea or method as their confidence grows is one of the most amazing things I hav... [more]

I have a Ph.D. Physics from the Georgia Institute of Technology. I have stellar reviews on wyzant.com from my many High School and College students over the years for all levels of Physics and Calculus. Get the understanding you need to do well on your physics or math exams! I earned my Ph.D. in physics at Georgia Tech and tutor physics and math at both the college or high school level. My tutoring style is 1) to the point, 2) friendly, and 3) fun because I love explaining and solving physics and math problems to those that are eager to learn. I'll explain the concepts so you gain the cont [more]

Hello, my name is Keath M. and I am very much interested in being your tutor. I grew up in the Peachtree City, GA area and graduated from Starrs Mill High School in 2007. Following high school, I attended the The Georgia Institute of Technology studying in Industrial and Systems Engineering. I have always had a natural inclination to the world of academia. With this I have found a passion and desire to teach others the things I know in academia. Throughout high school and college, I tutored... [more]

As a pre-med student, I was required to master basic and complex physics topics alike. I enjoy providing real life applications to physics concepts so that tougher topics can be mastered through continued practice. Hello :) An opportunity to tutor and teach is an opportunity to learn in reverse for me. I am a Purdue graduate student headed to medical school. I have volunteer experience tutoring students of all ages and in difference subjects, but I most enjoy tutoring the sciences. I am very passionate about helping others in any way that I can, may that be academically or in life. I am a rece [more]

I am a graduate student at Georgia Institute of Technology pursuing a Ph.D. in Physics with a minor in Electrical Engineering. I have both formally and informally tutored since high school and I was a graduate teaching assistant in physics for the 2013-2014 school year. Before my first full teaching assignment I participated in a workshop on modern teaching theory and techniques. While a TA, in addition to my duties of regular tutoring session hours and lab hours, I would also hold review ses... [more]

I have a PhD in physics from Duke University and was on the Emory University Physics Department Faculty for 30 years where I taught both undergraduate and graduate courses and did research. I received the Emory Williams Teaching in Science Award. Tutoring is as much about the student as about the subject and this is why it can be particularly successful. In a face-to-face learning situation the tutor can usually determine the challenges that the student encounters that might not be dealt with the classroom. The goal is to develop the tools for mastering the school subject at hand and to becom [more]

Hi there! I am an Atlanta native who grew up and attended school locally. In middle and high school, I was placed in honors and AP classes with students who were in the grade above me, and I earned multiple class awards for top student over the years. During my senior year, I took post-AP classes in multivariable calculus and linear algebra. At the age of 17, I was the salutatorian of my high school graduation class. I earned the top score of 5 on the following AP tests: Calculus BC, Computer... [more]

I have taught High School Physics for 17 years. I have been a High School and Middle School teacher for nearly 30 years and have a variety of curriculum experiences. I have taught Physics at the Honors and AP levels. In addition at various times I have taught middle school and freshman science courses covering physical science, chemistry and biology. My math teaching experience also spans middle and high school levels. I have taught seventh grade pre-algebra, algebra I and II, in the last ten years. Longer ago I taught calculus and have... [more]

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