6 Physics Tutors Found Near Sacramento, CA



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Faith G.

Physics Tutor

Sacramento, CA 95826

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Patient and Knowledgeable Science Tutor

My passion is sharing my love for science with my students in hope that they gain a similar appreciation. I was a former middle school science teacher. As a former science teacher, I have had the opportunity to witness how my students' math skills and reading skills are crucial for their success in any classroom. Therefore, I made a point to integrate math and reading practice to develop students into persevering math students and strong readers. I hope to work with students one on one in ... [more]


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Heman S.

Physics Tutor

Elk Grove, CA 95624

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

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Math/Science Tutor

Hi there! I am Herman and I have been teaching for the past 25 years. I have a wide field of experience teaching Math and Science to culturally diverse populations which includes teaching at an International School with a Baccalaureate Program. I have also taught in the Fiji Islands. I have a clinical approach to teaching. I conduct diagnostic tests to determine where the students are and then go on from there. I have some experience in teaching At-Risk Students. Thank you.... [more]


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Roland P.

Physics Tutor

Sacramento, CA 95831

Will travel 20 miles

$25 per hour.

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Grasp of physics phenomena and skills to make it live

B.S. from CIT, Physics; Ph.D., Univ. of Washington, Physics I am semi-retired (but good-natured!); my life experience includes travel and living abroad. I want to continue facing intellectual challenges and help students expand their horizons with clear and understandable explanations. Although my experience is mostly in the R&D industry (both practical and exotic aspects of defense science), clear written and oral exposition has always been an important part of my work, and I think a good qualification for tutoring in my areas of expertise. In ... [more]


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Anthony V.

Physics Tutor

Sacramento, CA 95821

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

4.86 44 ratings

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College sophomore. Specializes in Physics, Calculus, Algebra, Geometry

I have experience tutoring kids from ages 10 to 18. In high school I worked with our AVID program and helped younger students with their math and science school work. Starting in 2012 I worked at a boys' and girls' club for nearly two years and came to be in charge of Power Hour, the homework club that is sponsored by the BGCA. I was responsible for making sure that school work was always a priority, while making sure that doing homework wasn't the chore that most children know it to be. Pers... [more]


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Shelvin S.

Physics Tutor

Elk Grove, CA 95758

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

4.9 50 ratings

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UC Berkeley STEM Tutor

I am an experienced tutor who has been tutoring for well over three years, both privately and at my institution, over a variety of math related subjects and age groups. I've also had the great pleasure of being able to aide a number of college professors in reintroducing class material to groups of 10 to 15 college students. I am currently a Senior attending UC Berkeley as an Electrical Engineering and Computer Science major. I have a 3.9 GPA, I have never received anything lower than an A in... [more]


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ChihSin H.

Physics Tutor

West Sacramento, CA 95691

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

4.8 20 ratings

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Experienced Math and Science Tutor

Teaching is one of the most challenging and fulfilling careers I could have. We know that confident, knowledgeable teachers not only stay in the classroom for longer but they also pass on their passion to their students. Students would benefit from spending a few days, maybe even weeks, just going over how where when or why physics is used in all aspects of life. Yes, there are formulas and facts to be learned, but that?s not the point. The point is that physics is a story and the universe is its stage. And physics has to be taught and learned that way. There are acts and scenes and chara [more]