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Honors Physics 1 and 2 coursework, physics tutor at tutor center at match and science center Good day, learners! My name is Zobia and I am a graduate of Temple University with a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry. First a bit about myself and my qualifications: Despite pursuing chemistry from high school till now, I have a longer history with tutoring. During high school, I was a math and reading tutor at Kumon. In college, I was a college level mathematics and sciences tutor at Temple's Math and Science resource center and taught for a wide range of goals (classes, exams, college entran... [more]

I am an experienced tutor in mathematics and the mathematical sciences. I have been a private tutor since 2013, and have privately tutored all kinds of math courses, including Pre-Algebra, Algebra I & II, Geometry, Pre-calculus, Calculus I, II & III, and college level Probability & Statistics, ACT Math and SAT Math. In addition, I also have experience tutoring high school Physics, high school & college level Computer Programming, and high school through graduate level Economics, While ... [more]

I went to school for computer engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, changed my major to chemical engineering and transferred to the University of Delaware where I completed my degree. I started a business with a friend of mine, which I ran successfully for about 12 years. I then changed my career and became a teacher. I currently teach high school level math, chemistry and physics at a private school. I love to teach and help people understand challenging material. I find that visua... [more]

I graduated from the College of New Jersey with a BS in physics (education concentration) and am a certified teacher in New Jersey. I have four years of experience teaching in public schools and have a strong knowledge of the next generation science standards. I design rigorous and engaging lessons for my students that meet these standards while also helping them uncover the fascinating subject of science and how it connects to their every day lives. Hi there, I'm Melissa! I am a high school physics teacher with four years experience. I have experience teaching all levels of physics includin [more]

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Graduate Engineering Student at NYU I?m currently the president of the mechanical engineering honor society, Pi Tau Sigma, and a member of the engineering honor society, Tau Beta Pi, at New York University. We work hands on with students younger than us in order to ease them into college life. I love to tutor because it?s what helped me to learn and succeed in my own academic career, allowing me to graduate in the top 5 of my high school class and later go on to publish papers as an undergraduate researcher. Tutoring has alw... [more]

Thank you for looking at my Bio. I am PhD in Physics with equal strength in Math and Physics. PhD is the highest academic degree you can obtain and to see you succeed is my goal. Since my early days going into science I have tutored teenagers and adults granting me with more than 15 years of experience. I will transform your weaknesses into safe zones and I will empower your strengths that will lead you to success.... [more]

My subject matter expertise is Molecular Biology, having earned both Bachelors and Masters degrees in the field. I worked in the capacity of Research Scientist in the Pharmaceutical Industry (where I also published papers) for a number of years before deciding on a career change in 2004. My joy of working with children is what drew me to the teaching profession. I am certified to teach biology, and in the process of getting my physics certification. I have taught both biology and algebra at... [more]

Physics can be a very difficult and confusing subject. You need someone who can make it as clear as possible. I can do that. I have over 15 years of experience teaching and tutoring physics and math at all levels - from middle school through college. I am very patient and respectful of students' needs. I use active learning techniques such as real-life examples, pictures, and simulations to illustrate key concepts and, at the same time, I make it fun to learn as well.... [more]

Hello! I am a recent (June 2017) graduate with honors in Chemical and Biological Engineering from Princeton University. My tutoring approach is holistic: I look to build long-term relationships with students, so that I can better understand their strengths and weaknesses over time. Tutoring can be a ?quick fix? for some in the short-term, but many of the difficulties that hold students back are deeply embedded study/classroom habits: testing anxiety, difficulty in spatial reasoning, motivati... [more]

I have a PhD in Mathematical Physics. I have been tutoring for over 15 years at all levels of physics (and mathematics). Since every student is different, I try to ?customize? my approach to meet the individual needs of the student. I think it is important to spend a lot of the sessions working with students to help them develop strategies for solving problems. At the same time, if needed, we discuss the theory that is required. My background is mathematical physics (PhD). I also have a strong background in mathematics. I have been tutoring mathematics and physics for the past 15 years at all [more]

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