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Hi! I am a patient, flexible, and encouraging tutor, and I'd love to help you or your child gain confidence and succeed academically. I adapt my teaching style to students' needs and learning styles, explaining difficult concepts step by step and using questions to draw out students' understanding so that they learn valuable problem-solving skills along the way. I have taught students from kindergarten to college age, as well as adult students, and I build positive tutoring relationships wit... [more]

I teach physics at the college level but I also have a few HS seniors. I am a Ph.D. in physics, and I have taught physics, engineering, and solar energy courses at the college level. My work background has been focused on product development in the energy area, including renewable resources, battery development, and geothermal energy storage. I can relate to the challenges of teaching physics, math and engineering. These subjects are all about fundamental understanding, a technique for solving problems, and plenty of practice. I am a good communicator, and can ... [more]

I'm a law student at Penn, and I've been tutoring students for the past nine years, focusing on the SAT, ACT, statistics, economics, and writing, mostly for high school to post-graduate students. I have a Masters degree from Yale (Public Health) and a Bachelors degree from Brown (Political Science). At Yale, I was a Teaching Fellow and instructed students in several courses. What is most important to me is the success of my students, and I can stand by my results. On the ACT, I have had stu... [more]

I have been tutoring math and chemistry for numerous years. I have tutored students since I was in junior high school and continued through college. My major in college was chemical engineering. I have experience with students of all ages. Everyone I have worked with has increased their grade by at least two to three grade letters. The people I have worked with and for have always been happy with my services and are especially pleased with the level of patience I exhibit when tutoring. P... [more]

I have taught both Physics 1 and 2 for several years at the university level. I have an undergraduate degree in physics. I also took graduate-level physics while getting my Ph.D. In mathematics at the University of Virginia. I am a college professor who teaches all levels of math, as well as general physics. (My undergraduate degree was a dual major in math and physics.) I've been teaching for 14 years and tutoring for 25 years. I also spent time in industry where I applied a lot of my knowledge to real-world problems. I'm a patient and careful teacher, and I've spent a lot of time thinking [more]

If you're having trouble in your math or science class, I would love to help you get back on your feet. School can be way more fun when you feel you're understanding what's going on in class and you can choose to participate. Homework will no longer feel like torture because you can do it quickly and easily. Or maybe you are already doing well, and you want to improve your grade from a B+ to an A? Good for you! I can help you do that too. Throughout my many years of school I always helpe... [more]

My journey into teaching and tutoring began with math but I have since expanded my tutoring to include science and test prep as well. After winning 1st place in PA on math competitions, I served as the Assistant Coach for Germantown Friends School?s MathCounts team. In that capacity, I taught small math classes and offered one-on-one help to students. From there, I began private tutoring and discovered the efficacy of tailoring my instruction to each individual learner. While in college, ... [more]

I have a BS and MS in Applied Physics. I have taught college physics for two years at Drexel University. During that time, I would meet with students individually explore troubling areas in more depth than can be covered in the classroom alone. I taught recitations for basic physics courses at Drexel University for two years. While working with engineering, pre-med, and non-physics science majors, I found that each student learns in a unique way. I was always impressed with students who requested help outside of class. The material could be quite frustrating, but I found that combining humor a [more]

Experience has taught me that students will meet the bar that you set for them. Raise the bar high and give them the support and structure they need and they will reach it. I have a true love of both teaching and learning. Not much beats the feeling of seeing a student have that moment when things finally "click"! Patience and good communication skills with each individual student are key. Equally important is the willingness and ability to adapt methods of explaining a topic until you... [more]

Hi, my name is Grant. I graduated from the California Institute of Technology in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied and Computational Math. After graduation, I was recruited as the Robotics Program Developer at the Pasadena Educational Foundation, serving middle schools across Pasadena, California. I moved to eastern Pennsylvania at the end of 2016 to be closer to family. I've been tutoring math and physics for almost 8 years, starting in my junior year of high school. At t... [more]

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