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...I have a B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. in **physics**, and I've done postdoctoral research, as well. I have taught undergraduate **physics** and tutor high school and college. I enjoy seeing students grasp and understand the concepts and think of things in a new way.

...Understanding how each idea relates back to material that you do understand will make math and **physics** much less of a headache. Mathematics and **physics** are subjects I enjoyed in school and tutored in as well as being a teaching assistant. I have spent thousands of hours working through problems and a great deal of time helping students work through problems as well.

...I then travelled overseas, with the Peace Corps, to the Pacific Islands and Africa to help local teachers develop methods for teaching science, math and English. Since returning home, I have tutored a few students that were recommended to me by former teaching colleagues and found that I enjoy ...

...I have excellent math skills and enjoy helping other students in a variety of math fields starting from elementary Algebra to Calculus. I have recently completed 3 semesters of Calculus and my average score in all 3 classes was 99%. While I have never worked for any tutoring company, I have enou...

...For **physics**, I can teach all topics from translational motion to light and optics.
- Translation Motion(vector/scalar notation, breaking vectors into components, trig review, simple kinematic equations, graph analysis of x vs t; v vs t; a vs t, projectile motion, and range)
- Force, Motion, Grav...

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