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Tutoring is about more than just helping students to pass a test. While grades are important, my goal for my students is that they engage with the subject they are learning, gain a deeper understanding of the underlying fundamentals, and build learning skills that will help them in all their future endeavors. I got my start as a tutor in Skidmore College's biology department in 2013 as a student teaching assistant and peer tutor for introductory classes. As a tutor, I aim to work with my stu... [more]

Taken calculus-based Mechanics, Electricity & Magnetism, and Modern Physics (quantum mechanics) and received As. Well-versed in calculus & its applications as a high school math teacher. Five years tutoring experience. Looking for a smart, engaging, effective tutor who loves helping students reach their potential? Look no further! I specialize in test prep (LSAT, ACT, SAT, and more) and math (Algebra 1 and up). I have tutored other subjects like chemistry and physics as well, and am willing to work on any subject I'm confident I can help with. As a student myself, I have had great success wi [more]

Hi there! My name is Stephen, I received my undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and I am currently a first year medical student at Drexel University College of Medicine. I have extensive experience tutoring students in both math and science during my academic career. I am excited about helping students achieve their academic goals and look forward to teaching students the critical thinking skills that are needed to succeed in school! I have tutored mathematics for 8 years,... [more]

Hello! Thanks for checking out my profile! My name is Sara, and I am currently a statistical analyst at a major insurance company in the area. I have undergraduate degrees in math, physics and finance and have spent time in the engineering world as well. I also currently teach physics for the Lakeland Community College Engineering department. I have a natural love of teaching, and have been working as a tutor for over 5 years, specializing in math, science and test prep tutoring. I work... [more]

I am a PhD student studying Nuclear and Particle Physics at Carnegie Mellon University. I am passionate about inspiring students, especially young women, to feel confident in their mathematical and scientific abilities. While most of this confidence is gained through thoroughly learning the course material, I find it is equally important to understand how and when to ask for help with understanding. Trained primarily as a Supplemental Instructor for a college physics class at the University ... [more]

Hi, I'm Robin. I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics with a minor in math from the University of Akron. I also have 5 years of graduate work in Optical Sciences in the College of Optical Sciences, at the University of Arizona. I have several years of teaching experience, both in a one-on-one setting as a tutor for high school and college students, and in a classroom setting teaching college level math, optics, and physics as a teaching assistant. I also have experience working in optics a... [more]

I developed strong practical physics problem-solving skills while earning my bachelor's degree in engineering physics at the University of Alberta. That term engineering physics confuses a lot of people because it is perhaps one of the least known engineering disciplines, so I will give a brief explanation here to help some of the college students decide whether they think I may be able to help them or not. An engineering physics degree's requirements normally skip a few good EE courses in favor of a few very interesting physics courses taught by the Physics department including material [more]

For the past three years I have been studying math and physics at the University of Pittsburgh. Some of the most recent topics I have been learning about have been relativistic electrodynamics and complex number theory. I have worked as a tutor for my university's Math Assistance Center, and helped many physics and engineering friends make their way through various math and physics courses. I consider myself an expert in any math up to and including calculus and introductory/freshman level ph... [more]

Teach physics, summer honor physics, AP physics C, post AP mechanics II at a University School. I also teach AP calculus AB at Fuchs Mizrachi, and read AP physics for College Board. I have graded the physics 1 and C: Mechanics for three years. I know the tests and the best ways to prepare for them. I am an experienced teacher and tutor, with industry experience and I can help you feel more comfortable in class and improve significantly. After earning a Physics degree from Hamilton College and Mechanical Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis (I graduated with honors and was a mem [more]

I earned 5's on AP Physics for Mechanics and Electricity & Magnetism. I went on to tutor physics at the University of Pittsburgh. Overview and Background I am a 24-year-old PhD student in Mathematics. I've discovered that my passion lies in teaching others the beauty of mathematics. I am extremely patient, ready to work with any skill level, and I guarantee strong results, whether you're interested in raising SAT scores or getting a better grade in a math class at any level. I am also strong in Physics and Chemistry if that is your interest. I have taught for eight semesters at the Uni [more]

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