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As a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Physics is at the heart of my everyday work. I am glad to teach concepts anywhere from Physics 101 to Quantum Mechanics. I have a bachelor's degree in this subject from UC Santa Barbara. Physics is a topic that I personally find fascinating and I enjoy helping students to understand this area of science. Math, Physics and Engineering are my main areas and I have a solid record of success helping students as a tutor. Most have improved by two grade points. Recently, I earned a doctoral degree in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech and won an award from [more]

I have been an active tutor with WyzAnt since 2009. I attended a public high school in the state of Connecticut and graduated in the top 18% of my class with honors. After high school, I studied engineering at the University of Southern California and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree. I have a strong interest and background in mathematics and have tutored students of all ages in Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 & 2, Geometry and Trigonometry for the past 14 years, including settings geare... [more]

Hello! I am Matthew, and I am a Physics student at the University of Arizona. I was an Aerospace Engineering student for my first two years, but have decided that Physics better suits me. As for teaching experience, two summers I helped teach a programming camp at Youth Digital. I also go to Tau Beta Pi tutoring nights on campus to help other students succeed in their own classes. While at school, I also work for the Physics department to help students in Introduction to Mechanics. Helping o... [more]

I have 13 years of college experience, however, I was not a professional student. My experience as a tutor started in High School and has continued through 25 years of professional experience as a Nuclear Engineering Safety Analyst. In High School, I played an active role in the "Learning Shop", first as a student in need of help and later as a tutor of math and physics. In college, my experience was tutoring my fellow classmates at the request of the professor or by personnel inquiries. ... [more]

I have 26 years of classroom experience teaching all levels of high school math ranging from Algebra I to introductory Calculus. My love for math also compelled me to expand my education to complete a BS in Finance, a MBA, and a M.Ed in Educational Technology. Currently, I am the math remediation coordinator for two public high schools. As an author of a business math text book, and as a college entrance exam test writer, I am uniquely positioned to offer thorough course preparation for finan... [more]

I'm a full-time systems integration engineer working in the Industrial Automation and Controls industry and I am also a part-time tutor for students and professionals who need help in any Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics subject. I graduated from North Carolina State University with Bachelors degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering. I have been tutoring through WyzAnt for 2+ years. I recently passed the Fundamentals of Engineering exam (FE) in Electrica... [more]

I have assisted students enrolled in college physics courses at John Tyler Community College, North Carolina A&T State University, and University of North Carolina--Greensboro. I have tutored students in high school physics courses, including AP Physics 1 & 2 and AP Physics C. I absolutely love helping people understand math better. I have been tutoring math since my sophomore year at Virginia Tech--eons ago. I have been a 'numbers person' all my life. I enjoyed math as a kid. I majored in electrical engineering in college. I enjoyed tutoring college math, engineering, and calculus during m [more]

My extensive physics tutoring has included several clients enrolled in RU PHYS 111-112, Roanoke College PHYS 103-4, and VT PHYS 2205-6 & 2305, including high-school courses. How can projectile kinematics be handled without memorizing formulas? Our sessions favor the "average-velocity" concept for constant-acceleration settings. Did you know there are TWO right-hand rules for magnetic forces? One acts ON the moving charge and another emanates FROM it. Distinguishing these really clarifies! Ditto for properties of mass: inertia and gravitation are completely separate ideas! Our model for [more]

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