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University of Connecticut - Physics (B.S.)
Brandeis University - Physics (Master's)
Northeastern University - Physics (Master's)
For the last five years I have been teaching physics (both algebra and calculus-based) as an instructor 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 that is a misunderstanding. Physics is more than just a list of equations; it is a methodology for describing how the world around us operates. Along the way you will inevitably come across various equations, and understanding where they come from, what they mean, and why we use them is the key to success.
It is no secret that in general students tend to forget much of what they learn in school down the road (too bad!), but in taking a physics course you will learn to develop your analytical thinking and problem-solving skills that will carry with you far beyond the class. If you simply wish to do well in your physics class, I am here to help you reach that goal. I have been involved with a wide variety of physics programs as well as students from all different walks of life, so I am confident in my ability to meet your specific tutoring needs.
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 five years I have been teaching physics (both algebra and calculus-based) as an instructor at several different universities in Boston, in addition to providing
David is a great tutor for Physics. We went over homework problems and he did an excellent job helping me understand the problem. I highly recommend him as a tutor!
We reviewed extra credit materials, which will help me alot. I look forward to preparing for my exam in the upcoming week.
David was so helpful and demonstrated great knowledge in the topics. He went through different concepts while giving examples. Would definitely recommend !
David is fantastic. His breadth of knowledge is impressive. His friendly demeanor and patience make him a naturally gifted teacher. His flexibility and availability make him a terrific tutor.
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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