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My entire life I have enjoyed teaching and helping others. Throughout high school and college, friends came to me for help in all subject areas; my teachers even grouped me with struggling students so that I could help them through difficult concepts and class work. After high school I attended the University of Oregon for a B.A. in Economics, with a minor in Mathematics, and a GPA of 3.67. In tutoring, I first focus on understanding exactly what a student is having trouble with, then use a ... [more]

I took a degree in astrophysics from Michigan State University in 2000. I also worked at the school observatory and did some programming for the SOHO observatory (which popularized coronal mass ejections but is now largely obsolete). I began tutoring full time in 2005, mostly in physics and chemistry, but with a few students taking standardized tests. I've never worked with a net (ie, answer sheets) because I've always been working from whatever book my student brings. Sometimes I'll ask you to look up an answer when I'm not sure. Physics problems are mostly just math with units, though i [more]

Tutored Math and Physics since 2007. University of California, Berkeley: Bachelors in Physics. Arizona State University: Masters in Nanoscience. Great communication/presentation skills. Presented my novel research at the top Physics Conference Meeting in the Physics Community. Published research in Journal of Applied Physics. Teaching Assistant for the ASU Physics courses 101, 122,132 for 3 years. I would be more than happy to be your next tutor. I know that I can bring my strong educational and professional experiences to generate logical connections between the beautiful language of Mathemat [more]

My passion to teach goes back a long way to my school and college days when I used to not only tutor, but mentor students and classmates to make sure they develop a conceptual understanding of the lesson. This passion to teach has only grown with time, even working as an Information Technology executive over the years, I have contributed towards the success of many high school and college students by teaching math and physics, including my two children throughout their academic career ?one ... [more]

I started my physics education with two years of IB Physics in high school. Following that, I received a BS in Physics from the University of California, Santa Cruz. When I was an upper division student at UCSC I worked as an individual and small group tutor for lower division physics and math classes, and also held drop-in study sessions for lower division physics. Finally, when I was in graduate school at UC Berkeley, I worked as a TA for two semesters in lower division Physics where I led lab sessions, and I also worked as an individual physics tutor. [more]

I recently graduated from Lewis & Clark College with a double major in Physics and Math. I have been an avid learner my whole life and love the beauty found within the sciences. Numbers and I have always gotten along, so math has always come naturally to me. Physics is just math in disguise so it seemed natural to pair the two in college. I like physics more because it tends to produce results that are more tangible than simply equations. I was a Lab TA for physics throughout my entire col... [more]

As an engineer I?ve taken years of physics and continued to practice it in my career. I'm a Mechanical Engineer with five years of working experience who has always been drawn to helping others understand math and physics. This started in high school when I helped two of my closest friends gain a better understanding for physics. I am a big believer that different people learn in different ways, and I enjoy figuring out how to adjust the concept to the student rather than the other way around. By far my greatest passion and understanding lies in mathematics, though I am happy ... [more]

Hello, thank you for viewing my profile. I have over five years of experience tutoring students of various ages and backgrounds; including middle, high school, college, and returning adult students. I have worked for tutoring agencies, colleges, and privately. I am comfortable tutoring students one on one, or in groups. I focus on subjects related to Math, Engineering, and Science. The subjects I tutor are SAT Math, ACT Math, GRE Math, Prealgebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalc... [more]

I have tutored AP, honors, and regular physics. I currently teach physical science. I am a former professional engineer and current high school teacher. I love tutoring one-on-one as I find that I learn as much as I teach! I tutor all subjects and levels of math and science, with special interest in advanced algebra, chemistry, and physics. I know how to help kids learn the material in a way that will both stick with them and be transferable to future science and math classes--plus, my enthusiasm for these subjects is contagious! I am primarily looking to tutor in the North... [more]

AWARD WINNING CLASSROOM TEACHER Hello, I'm Karen and have been tutoring over 10 years, I enjoy it very much and students are comfortable working with me. Best of all, they succeed in class and grow in self confidence. When you are looking for a tutor, it is best to find someone with classroom experience and that is me- I taught in high schools over 15 years and won a number of awards for excellence in teaching math and science (including the National Science Teachers Award for Scie... [more]

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