9 Physics Tutors Found Near Metairie, LA

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Alexis D.

Physics Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70118

Will travel 6 miles

$45 per hour.

4.97 153 ratings

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Neuro Researcher with Significant Tutoring Experience, Night Tutoring

I scored a 5 on the AP Physics exam and have taken multiple physics courses, including Thermodynamics and Modern Physics. I am a graduate of Tulane University where I received my BS and MS in Neuroscience. During completion of these degrees, I undertook rigorous coursework in mathematics and biological sciences, including courses on the philosophy of science and mathematical modeling. I have extensive tutoring experience and have worked with Sylvan Learning Center, volunteered at local schools as a tutor, and met with students for one-on-one tutoring. I also have a small personal library of [more]

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Tao L.

Physics Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70123

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

5.0 7 ratings

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Energetic Tutor for Math and Science

I passed calculus-based physics in college with the grades of "A". I have been tutoring my friends and classmates in the area of physics. I am confident in tutoring AP physics. I graduated from Louisiana State University with Bachelor degrees in both Chemistry and Petroleum Engineering in 2013. My GPA is 3.9 and received summa cum laude during my graduation time. During school time, I held various tutoring sections for students and friends regarding the challenging subjects, such as math, chemistry, physics, and engineering. The reason I love tutoring is that I love to help students to overcom [more]

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Martin P.

Physics Tutor

Metairie, LA 70006

Will travel 32 miles

$35 per hour.

4.89 18 ratings

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From Educator to Engineer

As an Electrical Engineer I have taken 12+ college credit hours of Physics in addition to the accompanying labs. Hi, "My Turning Point Struggle with Math" I am Martin. I am an Electrical Engineer. When I started UNO, my ACT score placed me in remedial math. In my defiance of this placement, I received permission by the Dean to skip remedial math and take my first college algebra course. I ended up failing, having to retake, and failing again. The study skills I used in high school did not work at the university level and I was not as good at math as I thought I was. This was a crossroad [more]

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Madeline R.

Physics Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70130

Will travel 10 miles

$45 per hour.

4.92 201 ratings

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Math/Science/Test Prep Specialist

I am a recent graduate of the Tulane Masters of Pharmacology Program offered at the School of Medicine (graduated May 2015). I graduated from undergrad at Tulane with a Neuroscience major and Economics minor. As someone who is passionate about giving back to the New Orleans community, I volunteer often and have completed more than 200 hours of community service in the last three years, a large portion of those hours coming from helping out with a first grade class at the KIPP charter school o... [more]

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Nick B.

Physics Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70113

Will travel 10 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 9 ratings

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Test Prep and Science Tutor - Tulane Medical, Notre Dame Grad

I'm currently a medical student at Tulane University, but I was certified high school science teacher and test prep tutor for 5 years in New York City. I've taught many different subjects, including AP Bio, Physics, and other science electives. I've helped many students prep for a number of standardized tests, including AP exams, the SAT/ACT, and MCAT. I'm also able to help students applying for college and medical school. Please contact me if you are interested in arranging for tutoring se... [more]

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Victor W.

Physics Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70118

Will travel 15 miles

$120 per hour.

5.0 203 ratings

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JHU Engineering Graduate and Experienced Physics/Chemistry/Math Tutor

Experienced tutor with four years of experience teaching organic chemistry, inorganic chemistry, physics, biology, physiology & anatomy, and all math subjects up to calculus II. High yield sessions for quick fixes or exam prep are offered if necessary. MOTTO: ?Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime? MISSION : To transform students into independent learners. METHOD: I am a results-based individual with high standards. One client has... [more]

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Reginald N.

Physics Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70119

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

4.78 68 ratings

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Developing Students For High Level Educational Experiences

My name is Reginald N. and I am a graduate of Washington University in St. Louis with a Bachelor's degree in Biology. I am also a graduate of the University of Louisville with a Master's degree in Physiology and Biophysics. I have had many experiences tutoring in the past and feel that guiding people through education is the fastest way to help them improve their personal capital and skill. I am enthusiastic, encouraging, and excited to be involved in the educational experience of my tutorees... [more]

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Noah R.

Physics Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70113

Will travel 15 miles

$55 per hour.

4.2 5 ratings

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Caltech grad wants to spread his love of science

Adjunct instructor, Loyola univ New Orleans Hi! I'm a graduate of Caltech in Chemistry, and continuing my studies in Physics at Tulane. I did fairly well on the old SAT (800 V, 740 M), and was AP State Scholar for my state the year I graduated high school, so I think I'm qualified to tutor for AP exams. In addition, I'd be happy to help with the SAT. I can also offer assistance in study and test taking strategies. I have taught introductory chemistry labs for two terms at UCSB and was an undergraduate teaching assistant for freshman ch... [more]

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Ryan S.

Physics Tutor

New Orleans, LA 70122

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

4.3 97 ratings

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Chemical Engineering PhD Expert in Creative Thought Expansion

Given my highly technical chemical engineering background, I am confident that I can educate people on a range of physics problems in a variety of fields. From electrostatics to kinematic motion to astronomy, I am capable of understanding problems and explaining thought processes to arrive at solutions. My long-term aspiration from a career standpoint is to be an educator in a technical field, such as chemistry, engineering, or advanced mathematics. The best method to eventually arrive at that goal is to consistently put myself into situations to pass on the knowledge accumulated through exper [more]