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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]

I received a bachelor's degree in physics from Caltech, and subsequently worked as a teacher's assistant and research assistant in several different physics courses for over a year in graduate school at UCI. This work involved reviewing lecture and test material in group sessions, providing instruction and guidance for lab classes, and also individual help to students. My education: B.S. in Physics from California Institute of Technology (Caltech). I spent two years in the graduate physics program at UC Irvine during which I gained extensive experience tutoring and as a lab and discussion sec [more]

There is a plethora of experienced tutors available to you, but here are some of the things that set me apart: *Perfect SAT/SAT II scores - In addition to a 2400 SAT, I have scored an 800 GRE and a 780 GMAT. *Extraordinary track record - The vast majority of my students see unusually high results. My students frequently go from producing C, D, or F material to B or A material within the first couple weeks. My long time SAT students average between 300 and 400 points improvement in their s... [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]

I started my teaching career by teaching mechanics as a US Air Force Academy instructor. Following my Air Force career, I earned a Calif HS physics teaching credential (which I still hold along with credentials in math & chemistry). I also studied how to teach physics at a program taught by Arizona State: the program, "Modeling Physics" is the only program judged "exemplary" by the Department of Education. I've taught &/or tutored physics since 1997. My greatest strength as a tutor (beyond really knowing the subjects I tutor) is my ability to adapt to and match the way you learn. A close seco [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$95 per hour.

4.98 348 ratings

I have a PhD degree in Mathematical Physics, and teaching is my passion. I have been teaching physics for the past 16 years. Hello Parents and Students, I have a PhD in Mathematical Physics. I have been teaching and tutoring Physics for about 16 years both at high school and college level and my students have always been successful in their Physics. Physics and teaching are my passions and it's my job to make Physics fun and digestible to you. Since my PhD is in Mathematical Physics (theoretical), I have been tutoring Algebra, Pre-Calculus, and Calculus and basically any level of Math since [more]

I've always had a natural inclination for mathematics, and enjoyed the experience of helping others to understand the concepts involved. As a UC student studying physics, I tutored classmates for pizza money, and have since helped three baby brothers and a handful of family friends through their middle and high school math and science classes - the oldest of whom is now attending Berkeley. My goal when tutoring is always to nourish the intuitive feeling for numbers that can make the subje... [more]

Will travel 8 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 181 ratings

Your child isn't "dumb". Your child doesn't have a "problem with learning and paying attention". Your child doesn't need to "spend less time on their phone and do more homework". After 6 years of tutoring students from elementary school to college, I've heard almost every excuse for why a student struggles to succeed in a class. What I've found time and time again is that the problem does not lie with the student, but more so with the teacher. I'm sure you've noticed that the majority of ... [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]

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