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Ken M. Melrose MA.
PhD in Physics from Ivy League - Can Teach Any Level
Hi, I am Ken. I have a Ph.D. degree in physics from Brown University. I also have a BSc. in physics (with a minor in mathematics). I have accumulated about 10 years of experience in teaching different college physics courses (from Newtonian mechanics to quantum mechanics) and training high school students for the Physics Olympiad competition. During my postgraduate studies, I received various excellent TA awards. My background makes me very confident in teaching all levels of physics courses... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Physics, Differential Equations
Brad C. Hattiesburg MS.
Supportive Math & Test Prep Tutor, PhD, 10+ years in STEM & Humanities
I?ve taught STEM and test-prep topics to people of all ages, from 6 to 60. My goal is to provide the guidance and support my clients need to achieve their goals, as well as the encouragement 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. I began tutoring mathematics in the mid 90s while pursuing my bachelor's degree in history. I... Read more
Algebra 1, Geometry, Prealgebra, SAT Math, SAT Reading, SAT Writing, ACT Reading, ACT English
William G. Mineola NY.
Brown Grad and Future Medical Doctor Specializing in Science and Math
I'm Will! I am a Brown University graduate, with a B.A. in Public Health. I am currently finishing up my Master of Public Health Degree at Brown, and I will be attending NYU Grossman Long Island School of Medicine next year in pursuit of an MD degree. I have 7 years of experience tutoring high school Math, Chemistry, and Physics, and have been told that I can make very complicated concepts much easier to understand through applied examples. I also have TA'd college Physics, epidemiology, and... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Prealgebra, Precalculus, Trigonometry
Allison P. Golden CO.
Grad Student for Physics and Math Tutoring
Hello, I'm Allie! I graduated with a B.S. in Materials Science from Carnegie Mellon, and M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Purdue, and an M.S. in Materials Science from the Colorado School of Mines. I offer tutoring in high school and introductory college physics and in K-12 math. Throughout my graduate career, my most fulfilling experiences were teaching and mentoring other students in STEM. Working with students one-on-one as a graduate teaching assistant and research advisor taught me... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Physics, Trigonometry, Physical Science
Allison S. Lees Summit MO.
MIT Grad for Advanced Physics Tutoring and Full Online Courses
Hello, I'm Allison, and I would love to help you enjoy physics! I am accepting students for all physics courses including AP Physics 1 and 2, AP Physics C Mechanics and E&M, and college physics courses. I provide a range of educational services ranging from teaching entire courses online, help with college physics courses, focused work in specific areas of difficulty, exam preparation, and assisting teachers new to physics. I am an experienced physics teacher currently teaching conceptual... Read more
Algebra 1, Calculus, Chemistry, Physics, SAT Math, GRE
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
Ping L. Winchester MA.
Patient and Experienced tutor in Physics, Math and Mandarin Chinese
I was an associate professor who taught college physics at a university for eight years in China before I came to the United States. I had done research related to Physics at Clemson University and University of Florida for eight years. I found my passion to be a teacher or tutor again after I moved to Boston in 2011. I have a teacher certificate as a physics teacher for teaching at the University in China. I used to lecture over 100 students a time. I taught calculus-based college physics ... Read more
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Physics, Precalculus, Chinese
John C. Philadelphia PA.
Patient, Highly Experienced, and Insightful Physics Tutor
With a BA in Physics Education from the University of Delaware, active teaching certifications in Pennsylvania and Delaware, and over 10 years of experience teaching AP, Honors, and Conceptual Physics at a top public school, you need look no further for an experienced physics tutor. I am expertly acquainted with any high school or intro college physics curriculum and will be able to analyze your specific teacher's style, requirements, and expectations in order to best prepare you for your ex... Read more
Pranay P. Palatine IL.
Direct BS/MD/MBA Program at Union College, AP Physics 1 Tutor
As an undergraduate student fresh out of high school, I genuinely believe that this is my biggest strength since I essentially know the ins and outs of AP physics and what one needs to do to succeed. I completed both AP Physics 1&2 in high school, received 5s, and graduated with a 4.87 GPA. I?ve also taken college physics where I was top of the class and setting the curve. The reason why I began tutoring physics was because it was very rewarding to help friends understand difficult concepts a... Read more
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
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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