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University of Connecticut - Physics (B.S.)
Brandeis University - Physics (Master's)
Northeastern University - Physics (Master's)
For the last few years I have been teaching physics (both algebra and calculus-based) as an adjunct professor at several different universities in Boston, in addition to providing private one-on-one tutoring. I have been enjoying every minute of it. I consider myself personable and down to earth, and I have always received positive feedback from my students.
Physics is often viewed as memorizing a myriad of distinct equations, but understanding where these equations come from, what they mean, and why we use them is ultimately the key to solving different problems. If you simply wish to do well in your physics class, I am here to address your specific needs and help you reach that goal.
My schedule is extremely flexible and I am willing to meet you wherever is most convenient, so please don't hesitate to contact me! For the last few years I have been teaching physics (both algebra and calculus-based) as an adjunct professor at several different universities in Boston, in addition to
David was so great and helpful. Even tho the material I had to work with was confusing, he helped me decipher the problems and understand the process.
David helped with the AP Physics curriculum and was patient, knowledgeable, and attentive to my son's strengths and weaknesses. Highly recommended.
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I graduated from the University of Connecticut (honors program) with a B.S. in Physics and minor in Mathematics before attending graduate school at Brandeis University and Northeastern University, where I received a M.S. in Physics at each school. At each of these schools I was supported with a teaching assistantship, and for the last few years since then I have been teaching physics courses as an adjunct faculty at several different colleges as well as providing private tutoring. I have a keen understanding of many of the struggles students experience and am willing and patient in helping the student work through any issues in a non-stressful environment.