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Remington C.

Motivated & fun tutor

Motivated & fun tutor

$45/hour

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About Remington


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I'm a PhD student at the University of Cambridge studying physics. From being there, I have two years of tutoring experience for undergraduates studying physics. Beyond that, I've tutored in maths and physics for students of all ages and across many different subjects, from algebra to quantum mechanics.

In my experience, most students who are seeking a tutor aren't lacking knowledge or information compared to their peers, but instead need one-on-one time to build their confidence. As a...

I'm a PhD student at the University of Cambridge studying physics. From being there, I have two years of tutoring experience for undergraduates studying physics. Beyond that, I've tutored in maths and physics for students of all ages and across many different subjects, from algebra to quantum mechanics.

In my experience, most students who are seeking a tutor aren't lacking knowledge or information compared to their peers, but instead need one-on-one time to build their confidence. As a tutor, my job is to remind students that they have the tools to solve the problem; they just need to learn how to approach them in the right way and to not let mental barriers get in the way.

PhD student in Physics
Master degree in Physics

I encourage students to contact me so we can chat! Plus I might be in mandated quarantine soon so talking to others will be very appreciated!


Education

University of Maryland, College Park
Criminology, Psychol
University of Chicago
Masters
University of Cambridge
PhD

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Subjects

Computer

MATLAB

MATLAB

I've been using MATLAB for four years now, for both my PhD and Master's degrees. Much of what I have written is for data analysis, including analysing scanning electron microscope (SEM) images to calculate the 3D strain imposed on a lattice undergoing deformation, fitting magnetic resonance curves to experimental data, simulating the resonance signatures of multi-electron systems, importing and characterising spectroscopic data, and more. Beyond that, I have helped many colleagues and friends with their own MATLAB troubles.

Corporate Training

Statistics

Statistics

I am currently in my final year as a PhD student in physics. I use statistical analyses for most of my work (including measures of central tendency and dispersion, as well as significance testing and Bayesian statistics), and have written software in MATLAB to perform statistical data analysis for me. I also have an undergraduate degree in Criminology and in Psychology, both of which were obtained at the University of Maryland, which is known as an institute that focuses heavily on research methodology. I've spent over 50 hours tutoring students in statistics and probability, and have tutored adults completing their MBA (for which statistical analyses were emphasized).

Elementary Education

Elementary Math

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

2+ years tutoring in a variety of math subjects, including algebra, trig, geometry, calculus, differential equations, and probability and statistics. Currently completing a PhD in physics.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I have spent my time at university supervising/tutoring undergraduate students in advanced physics concepts like electrodynamics & quantum mechanics. While these subjects are physics, they inherently carry algebra, calculus, and probability with them. The supervisions consist of small groups or one-on-one, hour-long sessions where we review homework problems for the course(s). Beyond this, I've also spent two years tutoring children and teenagers in algebra, calculus, and probability and statistics.
Calculus,

Calculus

I have spent two years supervising undergraduate physics students on advanced materials like electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. While not purely mathematically, these fields of study require all levels of calculus (from basic to multivariable and beyond). These supervisions take place in small groups or one-on-one, and I have tutored children and teens in calculus for high school and college exams for two additional years.
Geometry,

Geometry

I have spent my time at university supervising/tutoring undergraduate students in advanced physics concepts like electrodynamics & quantum mechanics. While these subjects are physics, they inherently carry algebra, geometry & trigonometry, calculus, and probability with them. For examples, most problems require force diagrams, which require proper use of geometry and trigonometry to identify the correct magnitude and direction of force vectors. Moreover, scattering problems in particle physics as well as optics problems often require geometry to determine angles of incidence and reflection.
Physics,

Physics

I am studying condensed matter physics at the University of Cambridge. Over the past three years, I've supervised undergraduate students in advanced subjects such as electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. These supervisions are typically one-on-one or in small groups, and focus on preparing the students for their university examinations. Beyond that, I've also tutored teenagers and young adults in physics at the high school level to prepare them for college exams like the GRE, SAT, or ACT.
Statistics,

Statistics

I am currently in my final year as a PhD student in physics. I use statistical analyses for most of my work (including measures of central tendency and dispersion, as well as significance testing and Bayesian statistics), and have written software in MATLAB to perform statistical data analysis for me. I also have an undergraduate degree in Criminology and in Psychology, both of which were obtained at the University of Maryland, which is known as an institute that focuses heavily on research methodology. I've spent over 50 hours tutoring students in statistics and probability, and have tutored adults completing their MBA (for which statistical analyses were emphasized).
Prealgebra, Precalculus

Math

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

2+ years tutoring in a variety of math subjects, including algebra, trig, geometry, calculus, differential equations, and probability and statistics. Currently completing a PhD in physics.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I have spent my time at university supervising/tutoring undergraduate students in advanced physics concepts like electrodynamics & quantum mechanics. While these subjects are physics, they inherently carry algebra, calculus, and probability with them. The supervisions consist of small groups or one-on-one, hour-long sessions where we review homework problems for the course(s). Beyond this, I've also spent two years tutoring children and teenagers in algebra, calculus, and probability and statistics.
Calculus,

Calculus

I have spent two years supervising undergraduate physics students on advanced materials like electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. While not purely mathematically, these fields of study require all levels of calculus (from basic to multivariable and beyond). These supervisions take place in small groups or one-on-one, and I have tutored children and teens in calculus for high school and college exams for two additional years.
Geometry,

Geometry

I have spent my time at university supervising/tutoring undergraduate students in advanced physics concepts like electrodynamics & quantum mechanics. While these subjects are physics, they inherently carry algebra, geometry & trigonometry, calculus, and probability with them. For examples, most problems require force diagrams, which require proper use of geometry and trigonometry to identify the correct magnitude and direction of force vectors. Moreover, scattering problems in particle physics as well as optics problems often require geometry to determine angles of incidence and reflection.
MATLAB,

MATLAB

I've been using MATLAB for four years now, for both my PhD and Master's degrees. Much of what I have written is for data analysis, including analysing scanning electron microscope (SEM) images to calculate the 3D strain imposed on a lattice undergoing deformation, fitting magnetic resonance curves to experimental data, simulating the resonance signatures of multi-electron systems, importing and characterising spectroscopic data, and more. Beyond that, I have helped many colleagues and friends with their own MATLAB troubles.
Physics,

Physics

I am studying condensed matter physics at the University of Cambridge. Over the past three years, I've supervised undergraduate students in advanced subjects such as electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. These supervisions are typically one-on-one or in small groups, and focus on preparing the students for their university examinations. Beyond that, I've also tutored teenagers and young adults in physics at the high school level to prepare them for college exams like the GRE, SAT, or ACT.
Statistics,

Statistics

I am currently in my final year as a PhD student in physics. I use statistical analyses for most of my work (including measures of central tendency and dispersion, as well as significance testing and Bayesian statistics), and have written software in MATLAB to perform statistical data analysis for me. I also have an undergraduate degree in Criminology and in Psychology, both of which were obtained at the University of Maryland, which is known as an institute that focuses heavily on research methodology. I've spent over 50 hours tutoring students in statistics and probability, and have tutored adults completing their MBA (for which statistical analyses were emphasized).
Prealgebra, Precalculus, Probability, Trigonometry

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

2+ years tutoring in a variety of math subjects, including algebra, trig, geometry, calculus, differential equations, and probability and statistics. Currently completing a PhD in physics.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I have spent my time at university supervising/tutoring undergraduate students in advanced physics concepts like electrodynamics & quantum mechanics. While these subjects are physics, they inherently carry algebra, calculus, and probability with them. The supervisions consist of small groups or one-on-one, hour-long sessions where we review homework problems for the course(s). Beyond this, I've also spent two years tutoring children and teenagers in algebra, calculus, and probability and statistics.
Calculus,

Calculus

I have spent two years supervising undergraduate physics students on advanced materials like electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. While not purely mathematically, these fields of study require all levels of calculus (from basic to multivariable and beyond). These supervisions take place in small groups or one-on-one, and I have tutored children and teens in calculus for high school and college exams for two additional years.
Geometry,

Geometry

I have spent my time at university supervising/tutoring undergraduate students in advanced physics concepts like electrodynamics & quantum mechanics. While these subjects are physics, they inherently carry algebra, geometry & trigonometry, calculus, and probability with them. For examples, most problems require force diagrams, which require proper use of geometry and trigonometry to identify the correct magnitude and direction of force vectors. Moreover, scattering problems in particle physics as well as optics problems often require geometry to determine angles of incidence and reflection.
Physics,

Physics

I am studying condensed matter physics at the University of Cambridge. Over the past three years, I've supervised undergraduate students in advanced subjects such as electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. These supervisions are typically one-on-one or in small groups, and focus on preparing the students for their university examinations. Beyond that, I've also tutored teenagers and young adults in physics at the high school level to prepare them for college exams like the GRE, SAT, or ACT.
Statistics,

Statistics

I am currently in my final year as a PhD student in physics. I use statistical analyses for most of my work (including measures of central tendency and dispersion, as well as significance testing and Bayesian statistics), and have written software in MATLAB to perform statistical data analysis for me. I also have an undergraduate degree in Criminology and in Psychology, both of which were obtained at the University of Maryland, which is known as an institute that focuses heavily on research methodology. I've spent over 50 hours tutoring students in statistics and probability, and have tutored adults completing their MBA (for which statistical analyses were emphasized).
Prealgebra, Precalculus

Science

Physics

Physics

I am studying condensed matter physics at the University of Cambridge. Over the past three years, I've supervised undergraduate students in advanced subjects such as electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. These supervisions are typically one-on-one or in small groups, and focus on preparing the students for their university examinations. Beyond that, I've also tutored teenagers and young adults in physics at the high school level to prepare them for college exams like the GRE, SAT, or ACT.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

2+ years tutoring in a variety of math subjects, including algebra, trig, geometry, calculus, differential equations, and probability and statistics. Currently completing a PhD in physics.
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

I have spent my time at university supervising/tutoring undergraduate students in advanced physics concepts like electrodynamics & quantum mechanics. While these subjects are physics, they inherently carry algebra, calculus, and probability with them. The supervisions consist of small groups or one-on-one, hour-long sessions where we review homework problems for the course(s). Beyond this, I've also spent two years tutoring children and teenagers in algebra, calculus, and probability and statistics.
Calculus,

Calculus

I have spent two years supervising undergraduate physics students on advanced materials like electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. While not purely mathematically, these fields of study require all levels of calculus (from basic to multivariable and beyond). These supervisions take place in small groups or one-on-one, and I have tutored children and teens in calculus for high school and college exams for two additional years.
Geometry,

Geometry

I have spent my time at university supervising/tutoring undergraduate students in advanced physics concepts like electrodynamics & quantum mechanics. While these subjects are physics, they inherently carry algebra, geometry & trigonometry, calculus, and probability with them. For examples, most problems require force diagrams, which require proper use of geometry and trigonometry to identify the correct magnitude and direction of force vectors. Moreover, scattering problems in particle physics as well as optics problems often require geometry to determine angles of incidence and reflection.
Physics,

Physics

I am studying condensed matter physics at the University of Cambridge. Over the past three years, I've supervised undergraduate students in advanced subjects such as electrodynamics and quantum mechanics. These supervisions are typically one-on-one or in small groups, and focus on preparing the students for their university examinations. Beyond that, I've also tutored teenagers and young adults in physics at the high school level to prepare them for college exams like the GRE, SAT, or ACT.
Statistics

Statistics

I am currently in my final year as a PhD student in physics. I use statistical analyses for most of my work (including measures of central tendency and dispersion, as well as significance testing and Bayesian statistics), and have written software in MATLAB to perform statistical data analysis for me. I also have an undergraduate degree in Criminology and in Psychology, both of which were obtained at the University of Maryland, which is known as an institute that focuses heavily on research methodology. I've spent over 50 hours tutoring students in statistics and probability, and have tutored adults completing their MBA (for which statistical analyses were emphasized).

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$45/hour

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