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Will travel 15 miles

$160 per hour.

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I have a B.S. in Physics from City College of New York. During my time at CCNY I volunteered in the Physics department's tutoring center, helping freshman and sophomore students with physics and mathematics courses. I have excelled in the subject since high school and enjoy making it accessible to others. I am a math and science tutor with a high rate of success in improving my students' academic performance. I have a fresh, reliable approach to math and science education, based on identifying individual strengths and weaknesses and tailoring custom programs that make these concepts accessible [more]

Juan has taught physics at the college level with great success. He has also tutored high school physics numerous times over the course of the last ten years, with very good results. All of his students have found improvements in scores, most by up to 10%, with most scoring 20% better than previous tests. Thanks for looking at my profile! I have been teaching and tutoring math and the sciences since 2001, and I am extremely comfortable with the material and how to tutor it to the individual student. I specialize in math from basic algebra through advanced calculus, as well as physics with and [more]

As a college student, I completed Physics I, II, and III with an A- average. As an engineer, I regularly use my knowledge of physics to perform well at work. In addition, I have tutored several students in physics throughout the years. I have been tutoring for over 10 years now. Throughout that time, I have had the privilege of helping fellow classmates and now the younger generation excel in math and science classes. I graduated second in my high school with an SAT score of 1380. After that, I graduated in the top 10% of my college class with a 3.85 GPA and a Master's in Engineering (3.89) [more]

I'm a High School Physics teacher. Hi, my name is Matthew. I am a graduate of SUNY Albany with a Bachelor's in Physics and am currently working as a high school physics teacher. I'm interested in spending some of my free time doing what I love - tutoring/teaching Math and Science. I tutored for 2 years at Albany High School through the Science & Technology Entry Program (STEP). Most students required help with Algebra, Trig, and Geometry homework and other times I helped with Physics, Chemistry, and Biology as well. My experi... [more]

I have been a full-time physics and engineering teacher for the past 18 years, teaching physics at a variety of levels from conceptual to honors/AP. My goal is always to help students truly understand the material and not just to get through the problems. I find nothing more rewarding than helping students to deeply understand how things work and to watch them grow more and more confident in their own abilities. I am a full-time high school physics and engineering teacher, and the classroom setting allows for all kinds of exciting projects, demos, labs, and group work. Conversely, working with [more]

I taught physics for 2 years, and currently tutor students in regents physics and honors physics classes. My name is Nick P. I am a math and science teacher / mentor aiding students in the areas of mathematics and science. I began my teaching path in the winter of 2002 when I began working with the Metropolitan Center for Urban Education at New York University. I earned my BA and MS degrees from New York University with a concentration in biology, chemistry, economics, and general science, and obtained teaching credentials in science education from Fordham University and City College of New [more]

I have been a private tutor for more than 14 years and have had the pleasure of teaching Physics to students on both the high school and college level. Physics is a growing field of study that holds the secrets of how the universe works. I endeavor to excite my students by posing and encouraging them to ponder some of the key questions facing physicists today: How did the universe begin? How will the universe change in the future? What are the basic building blocks of matter? "Since we cannot know all that there is to be known about anything, we ought to know a little about everything." -Blais [more]

Physics is the most mathematically oriented science your student will see in high school. It requires both the memorization of complex procedures and a strong command of Algebra, Trigonometry and, in some cases, Calculus. It is critical if your student plans to study STEM, even if they want to study a science like Biology. If your student performs well during an AP Physics Course (AP Physics 1, AP Physics B, or AP Physics C) they may be able to opt out of Physics classes in college. AP exams can save credits and allow them to either graduate early or take classes more directly related to their [more]

Hello everyone! My name is Dylan, and I am a graduate of Western Washington University with a degree in Mathematics and Physics. I moved to New York to attend The City College of New York to complete my Master's in Physics. I currently work as a Physics Lab Assistant, teaching various introductory physics labs. My most knowledgeable fields are Physics, Calculus, Pre-calculus (including Trigonometry, Geometry, and Algebra), Differential Equations, and Linear Algebra. I work best teaching col... [more]

I'm an experienced certified teacher in NJ, currently pursuing a Doctorate in Cognitive Studies in STEM Education. I hold a Masters in Physics and Applied Statistics also from Columbia University. I've been teaching and tutoring for over 20 years in several subjects including pre-algebra, algebra I & II, geometry, trigonometry, statistics, math analysis, pre-calculus, calculus (AP and IB), number theory, finite/discrete math, linear algebra, SAT Math/Critical Reading/Writing, programming, web... [more]

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