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...I have been teaching Physics for 25 years. I have a PhD in Physics. From fall of 2011 to spring of 2012 I taught calculus based **physics** at Penn State University.

...James P.My PhD is in Physics. Most laws of **physics** are written in terms of differential equations (or the more complicated partial differential equations). My pear reviewed published papers involve solving infinitely many (literally) differential equations. Finally, I've tutored the subject for decades and have unique approaches that make it far more palatable to students.

Hello, I am a recent college graduate who majored in math and **physics**. I've been tutoring for many years now; during high school I mostly taught piano and then in college I worked as a teacher's assistant as well as working with students on an individual basis. I love teaching, especially in smaller group settings where I can get to know students individually.

...I'm here to guide students to a personalized, self motivated understanding of the topic. I want my students experience the wonder of the natural world in a deeper and more meaningful way. My goal is for my students not only to ace each exam because they have to, but because the subject is also ...

I graduated from Virginia Tech in December of 2015 with a Bachelors degree in Physics. I have a very strong background in math and **physics**/science including topics from basic algebra to geometry and trigonometry to complex numbers to calculus, along with Newtonian mechanics, chemistry and electromagnetism. In high school I took both AP Calculus and AP Physics.

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