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Jason F.

Caltech Physics Graduate

Caltech Physics Graduate

$60/hour

About Jason


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My education: B.S. in Physics from California Institute of Technology (Caltech).
I spent two years in the graduate physics program at UC Irvine during which I gained extensive experience tutoring and as a lab and discussion section TA for undergraduate physics courses.
I enjoy teaching and have significant experience tutoring in physics, calculus, algebra, and other topics. I am good at explaining things using pictures and examples.

My education: B.S. in Physics from California Institute of Technology (Caltech).
I spent two years in the graduate physics program at UC Irvine during which I gained extensive experience tutoring and as a lab and discussion section TA for undergraduate physics courses.
I enjoy teaching and have significant experience tutoring in physics, calculus, algebra, and other topics. I am good at explaining things using pictures and examples.


Education

California Institute of Technology
Physics
University of California, Irvine
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Physics,

Physics

I received a bachelor's degree in physics from Caltech, and subsequently worked as a teacher's assistant and research assistant in several different physics courses for over a year in graduate school at UCI. This work involved reviewing lecture and test material in group sessions, providing instruction and guidance for lab classes, and also individual help to students.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Geometry, Precalculus, Statistics

Math

Linear Algebra,

Linear Algebra

At Santa Barbara City College in 2001 I took the course Math 260, Ordinary Differential Equations/Linear Algebra. Later at Caltech in 2001-2002 I took the course Ma 1, Calculus of One and Several Variables and Linear Algebra. Afterwards I made extensive use of my linear algebra knowledge in subsequent math and physics courses, especially in differential equations and quantum mechanics. While a grad student at the University of California, Irvine I worked as a TA for physics classes that required the use of linear algebra and I have experience teaching the material to others.
Physics,

Physics

I received a bachelor's degree in physics from Caltech, and subsequently worked as a teacher's assistant and research assistant in several different physics courses for over a year in graduate school at UCI. This work involved reviewing lecture and test material in group sessions, providing instruction and guidance for lab classes, and also individual help to students.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Geometry, Precalculus, Statistics, Trigonometry

Most Popular

Physics,

Physics

I received a bachelor's degree in physics from Caltech, and subsequently worked as a teacher's assistant and research assistant in several different physics courses for over a year in graduate school at UCI. This work involved reviewing lecture and test material in group sessions, providing instruction and guidance for lab classes, and also individual help to students.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Geometry, Precalculus, Statistics

Science

Physics,

Physics

I received a bachelor's degree in physics from Caltech, and subsequently worked as a teacher's assistant and research assistant in several different physics courses for over a year in graduate school at UCI. This work involved reviewing lecture and test material in group sessions, providing instruction and guidance for lab classes, and also individual help to students.
Physical Science

Summer

Physics,

Physics

I received a bachelor's degree in physics from Caltech, and subsequently worked as a teacher's assistant and research assistant in several different physics courses for over a year in graduate school at UCI. This work involved reviewing lecture and test material in group sessions, providing instruction and guidance for lab classes, and also individual help to students.
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Calculus, Geometry, Statistics

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Reviews

Review of kinematics and Newton's Laws problems

We went over problems including a pulley problem and a conceptual problem demonstrating Newton's 1st Law and inertial reference frames.

Kedar, 2 lessons with Jason

Review of Jason Finney

Jason is an excellent tutor. He is very knowledgeable. He is also very patient.

Wendy , 26 lessons with Jason

$60/hour

Jason F.

$60/hour

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