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I work in the physics industry and I have experience teaching the subject using algebra as well as calculus. I know how to explain the concepts in a way that makes sense so that the problems will be easier to solve. My name is Blake and I'm a physics and math tutor. I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in physics and minor in mathematics at Stephen F. Austin State University. After college, I worked as a high school math teacher at West Orange-Stark High School in Orange, TX. I taught subjects such as Algebra 1, Geometry, Honors and Regular Pre-Cal, and AP Statistics. I have an extensive backg [more]

At first physics was very intimidating to me but with the help of a great teacher I we able to understand it completely. If I can give another student the same type of help I was given, then they will be just as good at physics. I know that the 7 years of experience I have tutoring will help others. In the 7+ years of experience I have tutoring the one thing I hear time and time again is "I hate math" or "I'm not good at math." I believe this to be nonsense for one particular reason. When I first started college I was an English major who didn't like math very much but as I took more and more [more]

I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Electrical Engineering and also a minor in Physics, May 2010. I have completed related courses in Calculus I,II and III, Advanced Calculus, Algebra I and II, Geometry, Trigonometry, Modern Applied Mathematics , Numerical Analysis, University Physics I,II and III, Modern Physics. and Classical Mechanics. I have 10 years of teaching experience and taught high school mathematics and science. I have been tutoring since I was in high school... [more]

I have tutored kids in high school and college physics. I'm an engineer at NASA. I got my Bachelor's in Aerospace Engineering at University of Michigan and my Master's in Aerospace Engineering at Stanford. I have experience in tutoring elementary kids in reading, writing, and math and experience in tutoring college kids in math, calculus (multi-variable and differential equations), physics, and statistics. Look forward to helping you succeed! ... [more]

I hold a PhD in Experimental Physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. While acting as a Teaching Assistant in the Electricity and Magnetism classes for two semesters I was voted an Excellence In Teaching Award by students both semesters because of my exceptional ability to make the subject clear, understandable, and enjoyable. It was then and continues to be now my passion to turn the light of understanding on for students. I've acted as an instructor in University Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, three semesters at San Jacinto South and Central Campuses, Summer and Spr [more]

I have always had to work hard to show that I was capable of succeeding. I earned every A that I received in high school and college. Like most students, I am passionate about my career, but sometimes grades don?t show it. I received my Bachelor's Degree in Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University. The fact that I received the opportunity to work for the space program is a testament to my hard work and never giving up attitude. I love to teach students and inspire them to go after the... [more]

As a teaching assistant, I occasionally tutor undergraduates in College and University Physics. I also help students understand physics experiments inside the lab. I mostly focus on mechanics/kinematics and electrostatics. I am currently a physics graduate student going into my 2nd year at UHCL. I earned dual bachelor's degrees in Physics and Mathematics from the City University of New York at Hunter College with a 3.5 overall GPA. My primary interest is in astrophysics and cosmology with the goal of pursuing a PhD in Astro. Currently, I am a Teaching Assistant for Modern Physics Lab and I hav [more]

I have taught math and physics in some form or fashion for over 20 years, and worked at NASA for 6. Currently teaching at the college level as well as working on federal research grant for advanced propulsion in conjunction with Cal State Fullerton. I specialize in connecting with students' individual needs and adjusting the material to their learning style. Hello! Nice to meet you! Things you need to know about me: I have a passion for learning about the world around me, and I absolutely love to help others gain a similar understanding and fan that spark which lives in all of us. I have [more]

I have both undergraduate and master's degrees in physics, with a 3.3 overall grade point average. I have physics teaching experience in both classroom lecture and laboratory. I have also taught group test reviews, as well as worked with students individually. I have taught physics at both high school and college levels and have tutored in various areas of math and physics. I studied these subjects in college because they were challenging and I found them fascinating and fun. I enjoy teaching because I want to share this fascination with others, and because I want to help others meet the cha [more]

I graduated from Yale University with a doctorate in physics. Currently a researcher of advanced quantum chemistry at Texas Tech and Teacher at UHCL. Advanced knowledge of Physics related math concepts like DVR, FFT, ALS, SOP, quantum, e&m, and publishing. I love to teach all levels including introductory studies.... [more]

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