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John B. Franklin TN.
Experienced Physics and Math Tutor for AP, Honors and College Level
My expertise includes all levels of College Physics and High School Physics including both the AP1 and AP-C College Board Exams. As an Engineering Major, I spent 27 years in Fiber Optics Research before I transitioned to teaching in 2014. I semi-retired in 2018, and have found great satisfaction in tutoring and assisting many students with homework, re-teach key concepts, and prepare for exams. I have a wealth of materials for students who feel they may need some extra practice which I am alw... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Physics, Prealgebra, Physical Science
Patrick B. Smithfield RI.
Math, Science, and SAT Tutor - 20 years teaching!
I have a degree in Applied Mathematics from Southern New Hampshire University and have been a tutor for 20 years, specializing in standardized tests, high school and college math, high school science, college physics, and tutoring many other subjects including Excel, Word, computer programming, and literary analysis/essay writing. My favorite subjects to tutor are Pre-calc, Calc 1 and 2, programming (various languages), and statistics. These subjects tend to have the most "fun" and creative ... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, American History, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Microsoft Excel, European History
Brad C. Hattiesburg MS.
Supportive Math & Test Prep Tutor, PhD, 10+ years in STEM & Humanities
I?ve tutored humanities, STEM, and test-prep for people of all ages and from all different educational backgrounds, each of whom was pushing to their own personal edge. My goal is to provide whatever guidance and support you need to achieve your goals, as well as the encouragement that we all need when tackling something new and difficult. I have degrees in both humanities and STEM fields, 99th percentile scores on the SAT and ACT, and over a decade of experience teaching college Physics. ... Read more
Algebra 1, Prealgebra, SAT Math, SAT Reading, SAT Writing, ACT Reading, ACT English, ACT Math
Scott S. Oklahoma City OK.
Energetic instructor (high school, OU, test prep) makes physics fun!
I love finding out how the world works, and sharing that joy with other people has become one of my passions. (Yes, the same classes that currently induce stress can eventually become sources of joy with some help and effort in the right direction.) My students' ages and abilities range from 7 years old and behind in first grade math, to 21 and taking upper-division college physics, to 60 and taking a professional development course as an employee in the oil & gas industry. Most of my teac... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, American History, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Vocabulary, Grammar
Howard F. Spring TX.
Experienced AP Physics and College Physics Tutor
I am a college physics professor, always enjoying teaching all levels of physics. I have worked with high school students who were struggling with AP physics. I will help you not only just pass the exams, but also gain insights to truly understand physics. AP physics and college physics. ... Read more
Algebra 2, Physics, Precalculus
John D. Sumter SC.
Knowledgeable Tutor in College Physics & Physical Science
I teach & tutor college physics & physical science. As a tutor, I work successfully on a one-on-one basis with students. This may be accomplished in a public setting, such as a library. Also, I work well with groups of students. My tutoring experiences have been very effective and academically rewarding for my students. My passion for teaching physics & physical science, makes tutoring a personally satisfying and fulfilling experience for me, as well. Since earning multiple degrees in phy... Read more
Physics, Physical Science
Aqil S. Tucson AZ.
Harvard physics Ph.D with plenty of teaching experience
I have a Ph.D in physics from Harvard and a business degree. Have about 7 years of teaching experience. Love working with students. Available to teach high school or college physics, as well as math topics such as pre-calculus algebra, calculus as well as linear algebra. As a physicist, I not only know tons of math, but am also pretty good at applying it to physical situations. As a teacher, I am therefore able to really connect math concepts with real world applications and examples. I make... Read more
Algebra 2, Calculus, Physics
Viken K. Glendale CA.
College Physics and Astronomy Professor & Department Chair
I am a college Physics and Astronomy professor and Chair of the Department and I?ve also taught high school Math and Calculus including GMAT and GRE Math prep and MCAT Physics prep through UCLA Extension. I love seeing students succeed and accomplishing their utmost in difficult topics. I?ve helped countless students overcome their fear of Math and Physics through teaching and tutoring. Check out my youtube channel of Physics and Astronomy lectures and demonstrations. https://www.youtube... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Physics, Precalculus, Trigonometry, Astronomy, MCAT
Erik B. Castro Valley CA.
Chemistry PhD available for Science, Math, and Programming tutoring
I have a PhD and a Bachelors degree in chemistry. I am currently employed as a nanoscience engineer in Silicon Valley. I was previously a science researcher for an Ivy League university. I also have a background in scientific education. I have served as an instructor and/or teaching assistant for college- and graduate-level general, physical, and analytical chemistry courses. I have also served as a tutor for high school and college physics, chemistry, and mathematics intermittently for ab... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Microsoft Excel, Geometry, Physics
Eric H. Onalaska WI.
Problem solving is the best part of teaching!
With 10 years of teaching college physics from non-math based to calculus-based levels, I help students find a way to connect with physics. One of the most important things to know is learning physics is a skill not just in math, but also in how to recognize and organize data. It is so fascinating to see how much can be predicted with just a few pieces of initial information. While knowing physics and math is important, using the logical methods for problem solving can be helpful in fields ou... Read more
Algebra 1, Physics
How a College Physics Tutor Can Help:
Physics is a difficult science to comprehend, and studying the subject at college level is even harder than high school physics. The good thing about physics is that it is very much based around problem solving, so don’t be put off by mediocre high school grades and results. Success relies less on memorizing content and more on applying concepts and ideas. However, you do still need a thorough understanding of physics concepts such as:
- Newton’s Laws of Motion
- Vectors and Projectiles
- Momentum and Collisions
- Work and Energy
- Circular Motion and Gravitation
- Static Electricity
- Electric Circuits
- Thermal Physics
- Vibrations and Waves
If you find college physics challenging and are struggling to dedicate the time to study effectively and efficiently, it is a good idea to use a tutor. Each tutoring session will be tailored to suit your needs and will work around concepts and ideas that you find difficult. With the right tutor you will feel confident to ask questions and solidify your understanding.
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