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I am a Yale-educated adjunct faculty member at two local state universities and currently a PhD student at UCLA attempting to become a clinical laboratory director. I have been a tutor in the Ventura and Los Angeles county areas for the past several years. I have tutored elementary-college level courses. I have worked with children since I was 16, when I worked as a gymnastics instructor at a local gymnasium. I have tutored mainly math and science but I am amenable to assisting students in se... [more]

I'm a degreed engineer and manager with experience ranging from teaching Excel classes to helping the neighborhood kids (and adults!) with algebra and trigonometry. I really enjoy seeing the moment when the light bulb goes on in a student's head, when they gain understanding of a concept. I try to relate math problems to the "real world," and specifically to where the student wants to go with their own career, whenever possible. This tends to improve understanding and retention, as well as... [more]

Physics is the application of all the math subjects that we study at school in real life. Sometimes students suffer in their physics classes because they don't know how to approach the problems. The way I tutor physics has made concepts very easy for my students. All that has to be done to solve a problem is as follows: write down all the formulas from the summery of each chapter on a piece of paper. Make sure you understand what all the variables and constants represent and understand the units. From then on it will just be plugging in numbers into equations. Of course finding the write equat [more]

I first studied physics as a 10th grade high school student at a local liberal arts college, and then went on to major in Applied Physics at Caltech. When teaching physics, I help a student understand the concepts and also how to attack a problem based on its content, how to know which formula is best applicable, and how to mathematically solve the resulting equation. I tutor in both algebra-based physics and calculus-based physics. My experience includes tutoring high school students enrolled in CP, Honors and AP Physics 1 and 2, courses as well as college students taking Physics in colleg [more]

I am a former high school science teacher (11 years in the classroom) who taught physics in addition to chemistry and biology. I tutor AP physics C and all other levels. I have a lot of experience breaking down concepts so they make sense and helping students to raise their grades on tests and quizzes and labs. I also taught physics for the Princeton Review MCAT test prep class (along with chemistry, biology, and reading comprehension) and scored in 99.9th percentile on the physical sciences section and on the overall MCAT. I graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UC Berkeley with a Regents scholarship [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]

Hello, My name is Abe. I have a bachelors degree in electrical engineering and a masters in computer science (programming). I am a university professor teaching math, physics and computer science. I tutor these subjects to students from middle school to college level. I excel at breaking down difficult subjects to students who have a hard time grasping concepts and have an excellent track record of helping my students achieve their academic goals. I enjoy hiking, biking, skiing and photogr... [more]

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