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It may seem strange to begin with a statistic, but I trust you will agree it's not wholly inappropriate. During the 2009-2010 school year, my 11 AP Chemistry students had a 100% pass rate with the following score distribution: Seven of them scored a 5, three scored a 4, and one scored a 3. The high scores are greater than three times the national average. What makes this even more impressive is that I only saw my students an average of 2.5 times per week (2 days one week, 3 days the next, alt... [more]

As a research scientist in biophysics at Caltech, I use physics to solve biological problems! ;) I've been tutoring high school, college, and graduate students for 23 years, including many years of teaching physics classes at various levels. I think physics is a great way to learn math, because you see directly how it's useful! I remember what it was like to struggle with science and math subjects, and I hope to remove the anxiety and frustration from these topics. I think all students can understand these topics... IF they have someone who will teach them the way they learn best. Not all [more]

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$125 per hour.

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I am qualified to tutor in physics for various reasons. I have several degrees in physics (B.S. in Engineering Physics and an two M.S. degrees in Applied Physics and Quantum Optics), and I'm currently working towards a PhD in Physics. I've taught various lab courses in physics, as well as worked as a TA for physics courses ranging from the high school level to the graduate school level. Finally, I have been tutoring physics to other students since I began learning physics several years ago in high school. [more]

Will travel 15 miles

$95 per hour.

4.99 78 ratings

I led my Shanghai students to the highest A-Level Physics scores in Asia. No matter if it's AP, IB, SAT, MCAT, or GRE physics, your scores will go up. I've even had normal humans earn perfect scores! After earning a B.S. in Physics from Penn State, I studied briefly as a PhD student in particle astrophysics before moving to Shanghai to teach high school physics. I later founded and managed Newton American Education Studio to help prepare Shanghai?s top students to enter and succeed at America's most selective universities. After relocating to the US, I've taught high school math at the prestig [more]

I've been tutoring Physics at the AP level, both algebra and calculus based, for about 4 years now, and the more I help students unwind tough questions and work their way toward those satisfying (correct!) answers, the more interested in the subject I become. Every student and every class brings a slightly different approach, but the physics underlying each problem stays the same, and finding a way to illuminate these sometimes counter-intuitive ideas for my students has become one of my greatest joys. Seeing my physics students understand and appreciate this discipline is extremely rewardin [more]

Most students find this class so difficult because they have been taught to memorize equations when physics requires intimate understanding of how to apply math. My approach focuses on understanding the concepts, then learning how to apply the math from there. I have a masters degree in this subject and have been teaching it for nearly a decade. 11 years experience; I've been tutoring since I was 18. Valedictorian St. Bonaventure High School. BS in Physics from University of Southern California. Master's Degree in Physics from University of Pittsburgh Now working as a theoretical physicis [more]

I have been quietly interested in physics my whole life because it seemed to answer how material behaved. I used my interest in physics to explore wave behavior in music and microwaves, and to experiment with electrical circuits. I have worked as an engineer and have qualified one step below a Professional Engineer as an Engineer-In-Training. I have taught high school physics and made presentations at the annual physics teacher program at Occidental College. I enjoy working with students who want to learn. I am a retired California public high school math and science teacher. I have a singl [more]

Hi I'm Shannon! I graduated from the University of California, Davis, with a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular and Cellular Biology. I currently work as a Chemist so if you need any tutoring in that field I'm your go-to! My first tutoring job was to help a high school student with Chemistry. This student had a C in Chemistry but after tutoring with me this student ended up with an A in that subject! That is one out of many things that I enjoy most about tutoring students. Feel free to con... [more]

I have a Master's degree in Engineering. I have more than five years' experience tutoring Physics. I delivered lectures in College as a professor's Assistant. My goal is to help students understand the concepts - so that they can solve problems on their own - instead of just helping them solve problems. When I meet clients, I like to come prepared, and get sample problems that the student needs help with - ahead of time, so that I can review them before the session. I can turn complicated subjects into something simple and manageable. I love physics and math, and enjoy teaching them. There' [more]

I am tutoring several students in high school and college physics. Physics can be difficult to understand, and it is easy for a student to fall behind. Once a student falls behind, it can be virtually impossible to catch up without help. If you are falling behind, I can help you catch up and learn what you need to know to pass; if you are willing to do some work, I can help you excel. I cherish every student, but I don?t necessarily want to build a long-term relationship with them. At the cost of tutoring, that is not a good deal for everyone. I will quickly fill in the gaps, get you caug [more]

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