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I have tutored high school students for both physics and AP physics. Fortunately, I was able to help students over their complete physics course. I have seen individuals breeze through force diagrams to later struggle with momentum and collisions. Others have demonstrated similar patterns. It's a tricky and sometimes counter intuitive study. I teach physics largely through pictures. Write down your knowns and unknowns; initial and final conditions. Usually, a tricky word problem is just that: a problem with the wording. A simple sketch can be the difference between frustration and understand [more]

I am a physical chemistry PhD student, and so I have a decent understanding about the topics taught in a general physics course. I am currently a graduate student at UC Irvine studying to get my PhD in Physical Chemistry. My knowledge base includes other science topics including: physics, biochemistry, math, and programming. I have four years experience as a teaching assistant for undergraduate chemistry courses. These include general chemistry, lab courses, physical chemistry, and computational methods. During this time, I've held full classroom discussions, mentored small groups, and provide [more]

My university education included the Hamiltonian formulation of Classical Mechanics, the Maxwell Field Equations description of Electromagnetism, and non-Relativistic Quantum Mechanics. However, most of the tutoring sought after by students in this subject will not require such involved mathematics. My approach is normally to engage students in more accessible examples of simpler models in Introductory Physics. The more popular AP subject examination attempts a broad rather than deep assessment of a student's command of the techniques of investigation of physical phenomena, and I prefer to [more]

Bachelors in aerospace engineering 5/5 on AP exam I have 12 years paid tutoring experience and a B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from UCSD with a minor in Science Education. Most of my tutoring experience is with students between grades 7-12 primarily in Mathematics and science, but I also tutor Spanish, English, and College level Mathematics and Sciences. I can come to you, either at your home or a neutral location such as a library. I love learning and I love helping others learn. It makes me really happy to see students succeed and grow in... [more]

As a civil engineer, I have taken various levels of Physics in college. I have helped HS students improve their grades in Physics, but more importantly, I have helped them understand how Physics principles work in real-world situations. Formulas and graph interpretation become familiar and easy to understand in terms of deriving them. I have more than 15 years of experience in tutoring students of all ages and levels of education from elementary to graduate school. I am most interested in changing the way my students perceive themselves when approaching math. Throughout the years, I have had t [more]

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Taken two different AP physics courses in high school. Also took 2 more college level physics courses and got A's in both. Served as a grader for a physics professor at my university (graded quizzes and homework) for two years in a row. 7 years of tutoring experience in Algebra 1 and 2, Trigonometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus and Physics. I just graduated a year ago from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. I got a bachelors in electrical engineering and almost got a minor in math. I've been tutoring math since I was a junior in high school and have also been a personal grader for math, physics, and en [more]

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I have a bachelor's degree in Information and Computer Science and will soon have a master's degree in Teaching from the University of California, Irvine. I have taken three semesters of undergraduate physics and received an A in all three courses. I have passed the science CSETs through physics and am qualified to teach it in the state of California. I've been working as a private tutor for over four years now and in that time, I've found it to be the most rewarding job I've ever had. Watching students learn and truly understand a concept makes everything worth it. I graduated from the Un [more]

I am an optical engineer, have recently received a Ph.D. degree from UC Irvine in Engineering, Materials and Manufacturing Technology. As an important part of my doctoral program, I have taught chemical engineering thermodynamics for three years, in which covers algebra and calculus. I have conducted lecture, discussion sessions, and one-on-one tutoring upon students' requests. I agree, It is pretty painful to study math anyways. And yes, I've been there once. I've been studied, more like t... [more]

I have been a math and physics tutor since 2014 and I was tutoring all math levels in community college, and I have been a mathlete In Mathnasium of University Irvine Since December 2016. My name is Pedram. I am senior mechanical engineering major at University of California Irvine. I have been a math and physics tutor in Los Angeles Pierce College tutoring center for two years. I am also a math leader in Mathnasium company In university of Irvine branch. I can teaching Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre calculus, calculus, differential equations, and all physics classes.... [more]

Earned a 5 on the AP Physics C exam. Tutored fellow peers in high school and university. Gave a Mechanics lecture in an AP Physics classroom supplemented with an experimental presentation. Hi! I graduated with a B.S. in Physics from the University of California, Irvine and a M.Sc. in Electronics Engineering with Management overseas at King's College London. As I progressed through college, I learned that my enjoyment of classes typically had less to do with the material and more to do with the person who introduced me to the topic. With that, I understand how frustrating it is to push through [more]

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