A Few physics Tutor Qualifications
I have studied various levels of physics for over 3 years, and as an Aggie engineering major, I constantly use the skills and methods utilized in this math heavy science. My goal is to help you understand how the physical world works and how to use the math that describes it. Whether you are studying basic mechanics, introductory electricity and magnetism, simple circuits, or even intermediate mechanics, I am here to help.
Physics is one of the sciences I enjoyed the most. It contains a lot of math theories and uses many equations to explain natural laws all around us. Understanding the math is not nearly as important as understanding the science behind it all.
I am a Physics major, and 15 classes away from a bachelors degree in physics, with a minor in mathematics from Baldwin Wallace University.
Physics is another one of my favorite subjects. In addition to taking both AP physics B and C in high school with passing grades (all 5s on the AP exams), I also took a few physics courses at Iowa State. I took a course titled classical mechanics, which is definitely a challenge but I learned a lot from the course. Also, I spend some of my free time studying physics for leisure.
I have found that one of the major stumbling blocks to a student's understanding and acceptance of physics and the universality of the physical laws has to do with how we learn new things. We develop our understanding of new experiences by first comparing and contrasting them with our previous experiences. Because our previous experiences have often been centered around and focused on ourselves, we try to understand physical events with the same point of view. However, in order to see the interconnectedness of physics, we need to divorce our point of view from ourselves, and look at physical events from an external point of view. This can be very difficult for some students. I try very hard to help my students make this transition, and I find that when they are able to do this, physics often becomes very simple to them (excluding the mathematics, of course).
Physics is at the core of science and engineering. If you need help with high school or college level physics, you've come to the right place. My 30+ years of experience solving physics problems will get you headed in the right direction.
I have strong math background and have taught class in this subject area. I am great at working one on one with students. I care about students learn the subject and have a strong desire to help students learn math and physics skills. I have found that most students understand the physics but need help do the math to solve the physics problem.
My degree in electrical engineering required extensive physics related coursework including basic physics, mechanics, dynamics, electrical thermo and fluid mechanics among others Have tutored GED classes in physics. Have also tutored occupational apprenticeships in physics related course work. Have also worked with high school students and post high school students in physics and physical sciences.
I am qualified to tutor in physics for various reasons. I have two degrees in physics (B.S. in Engineering Physics and an M.S. in Applied Physics), and I'm currently working towards a PhD in Physics at USC. I've taught various lab courses in physics, as well as worked as a TA for physics courses ranging from the high school level to the graduate school level. Finally, I have been tutoring physics to other students since I began learning physics several years ago in high school.
I received a 12 on the MCAT in Physics (95th percentile). I have 3 years experience tutoring physics, with A grades in high school physics and 3 quarters of college physics. I hold an MS in biomedical Imaging from UCSF (concerns advanced physics of MRI, CT, PET, SPECT, X-ray, and optical imaging) where I also received A grades.
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