I am an undergraduate physics major at Temple University. I am an active researcher in theoretical and computational biophysics at Drexel University and I recently began researching in theoretical quantum optics at Temple. I began tutoring in math and science in high school and have kept up with it ever since. My mathematical background includes calculus I-III, linear algebra, and differential equations (ODE, some PDE), all of which I enjoy and understand well. I am comfortable tutoring intro to physics courses, AP physics and physics for engineers. My favorite physics course is mathematical physics, and my favorite course to tutor in is electromagnetism. If you choose me as a tutor in any discipline of math or physics, you can expect me to be very enthusiastic and very excited to talk about the subject.
Before I began college I was a tutor in a tutoring program at my high school. I tutored in math, chemistry, Spanish, and physics, and I devoted between 5-10 hours a week to it for almost 2 years. The way I have helped students in the past is by going over their homework with them and working through example problems step by step until they understand them. I like to give a brief background on the theory involved, but put more emphasis on understanding the concepts and their consequences in various scenarios. I try to present the material in multiple ways and in layman's terms so anyone can understand it.
If you choose me as a tutor, I will come fully prepared and ready to start helping. I am always willing to put in time outside of tutoring sessions to make notes, write out theories, make example problems, think of new ways of looking at something, etc. I love to share my enthusiasm for math and science, and I hope to be able to share that with you!
--I will be available all summer after 11 am everyday.
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