I have a Ph.D. in particle physics from Duke University, but what I have always loved to do most is teach. I taught introductory and intermediate physics classes at New College, Duke University and RPI. Some years ago I started to tutor one-on-one and have found that, more than classroom instruction, it allows me to tailor my teaching to students' individual needs.
Collegeville, PAView Tutor
...I have also graded for a variety of these classes and helped the students that I grade for with their homework. All of the students I have tutored have gone on to not only be self-sufficient in class I have tutored them in, but in every class that they attempt. Since I am currently a college student, I know what any student is going through in college level science and math.
Royersford, PAView Tutor
...I quickly discovered that I enjoy teaching, and that I have a talent for making people feel comfortable and at ease. Throughout my undergraduate career, I tutored students individually and led group tutoring sessions. I enjoyed tutoring so much that I have continued tutoring despite working a full time job and attending evening classes for a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering.
Philadelphia, PAView Tutor
...I often find students really enjoy learning about physics from me because it genuinely (believe it or not) is very fun for me to talk about, no matter how sophisticated or elementary the particular problem is. I hope my profile sheds some light on my general methodology and approach to tutoring....
Wayne, PAView Tutor
...I teach AP Physics at a local high school. Some teachers can make math and physics pretty confusing and I really enjoy clearing things up. I have experience tutoring struggling students, high-performing students, and students with special needs.
Flemington, NJView Tutor