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Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

4.72 78 ratings

I have tutored high school honors physics, AP Physics (Mechanic and E&M), Physics 1 and 2 for freshman and sophomore non-physics majors. I started tutoring math and science when I was a freshman in high school. I loved to teach and help my fellow classmates understand difficult concepts. In senior year of high school, I taught my AP Physics class for two weeks with some guidance from the AP Chemistry teach after our teacher fell ill. My classmates felt that I was able to keep us on schedule compared to just having a substitute assign us problems until a new teacher could be hired. After h [more]

In college, I took classes in mechanics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, and quantum mechanics as part of a physics major. I can help make sense of any of those topics. I am available to tutor any area of mathematics: arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, statistics, linear algebra, differential equations, etc. I can also help with more advanced college-level topics. My experience with advanced mathematics gives me insight into how different mathematical concepts are connected, which means that I can present these ideas in several different ways. So if one way of l [more]

I am currently an undergraduate Senior at UConn, Storrs. I am pursuing a Chemical Engineering and Business Administration dual degree. That has led me to take many varied classes throughout the years, and would enjoy helping you learn things from varied subjects such as math, all the way up to differential equations, a variety of the science subjects as well as engineering, and business related subjects. I have often helped people in the grade below me and also one learning disabled pe... [more]

The first time I needed a tutor, I was in the 9th grade. I was taking algebra and any time I came up against a question, I felt lost. My tutor walked through problems with me, explained concepts to me, and supported me. Five years later, that 9th-grader would not have believed that he would declare math to be his major in undergrad. By then, I had the confidence to take on not only algebra at the college level but also calculus, multivariable calculus, linear algebra and partial differential... [more]

I have several years? experience teaching as an instructor of the physics courses in college level. As a Math/Physics teacher and private tutor, I have had the possibility to interact with student?s diverse types of students. Giving me the possibility to develop many pedagogical tools. Along my bachelor and master in physics formation, I have taken many Math and physics courses such as Linear Algebra, Calculus, Differential Equations, Mathematical Physics, Complex Variables, Statistica... [more]

I've been tutoring Math, Physics and Chemistry for 20 years in my hometown (Barcelona) and I've taught in middle and high school there. I've moved to the United States three years ago and I'd love to keep on teaching here. I can use both the American system and the European system of teaching. I think it's a very good point for you because I can teach from different ways and make the subject easier for any student. I had plenty of students in Barcelona because all of my students were very ... [more]

Subject areas include: Kinematics in one and two dimensions, forces and Newton's Laws of Motion, dynamics of uniform circular motion, work and energy, impulse and momentum, rotational kinematics, rotational dynamics, simple harmonic motion and elasticity, fluids, temperature and heat, heat transfer, ideal gas laws and kinetic theory, thermodynamics, waves and sound, principle of linear superposition and interference phenomena, electric forces and electric fields, electric potential energy and electric potential, electric circuits, magnetic forces and magnetic fields, electromagnetic induction, [more]

I have had a passion for science since I was a little kid. Now I'm working as a medical physicist, as I complete my PhD in Physics, and that passion is as strong as ever. Studying science (and physics in particular) makes us smarter. It improves our ability to solve real-world problems, but studying physics also makes the world more interesting. What makes teaching so great is being able to take part in that process all over again. I'm a medical physicist working in industry while finishing my PhD. Along the way, I've spent four years teaching introductory physics and tutoring calculus. Althou [more]

Hi, I'm Mike and my goal is to make math fun and approachable to all students. I have ten years' experience teaching high school math. I have experience working with students who are math challenged. I am able to help bring up their math scores. My goal is to get the most out of your student and help to improve their in-school performance. Tutoring to me is much more than homework help. I work with the student reteaching any topics that they may have missed or that they may feel foggy on.... [more]

I was a Physics major at my first University and took General Physics I and II, Theoretical Mechanics, Modern Physics, Statics, Dynamics, as well as the required Calculus I, II, and III for Physics and Engineering majors. I have tutored Physics, whether in its own right or related to other courses (e.g., Chemistry, Engineering, Differential Equations), at both the high school and college level. A consistent strategy for problem-solving is key; I provide help with not only the calculations but a way to organize the information, apply it at every step, then synthesize and conceptualize the answ [more]

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