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Jonathan G.

Math and Physics tutor, Physics PhD student

Math and Physics tutor, Physics PhD student

$30/hour

  • 39 hours tutoring

About Jonathan


Bio

I hold a double B.S. degree in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Florida (2019). I've tutored over 1,000 hours in a wide variety of math and physics courses over the past 4 years, both as a private tutor and as a tutor at UF's Broward Teaching Center. I also served as a Learning Assistant for Calculus 1 and Calculus 2 at UF my senior year. I'm currently a Teaching Assistant in the Physics Department at SUNY Stony Brook where I am seeking a PhD in Theoretical Physics.

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I hold a double B.S. degree in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Florida (2019). I've tutored over 1,000 hours in a wide variety of math and physics courses over the past 4 years, both as a private tutor and as a tutor at UF's Broward Teaching Center. I also served as a Learning Assistant for Calculus 1 and Calculus 2 at UF my senior year. I'm currently a Teaching Assistant in the Physics Department at SUNY Stony Brook where I am seeking a PhD in Theoretical Physics.

Not only is it rewarding to help give students an appreciation for math and science, but tutoring also helps me to gain a better core understanding of the material myself. This better understanding allows me to explain things more clearly. As Einstein said, "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." While I've always had a natural talent for math, I still very much understand what issues someone who struggles with it might face. Over the years I've used my tutoring experiences to find the best ways to explain certain concepts, and can usually provide multiple approaches to explaining an idea based on the student's preferences.

I'm familiar with all math courses leading up to Multivariable Calculus, as well as Differential Equations, Set Theory, Mathematical Logic, Linear Algebra, Abstract Algebra, Complex Analysis, and Real analysis. I'm also familiar with the standard Introductory Physics with Calculus sequence, Thermodynamics, Statistical Physics, Modern Physics, Intermediate Electromagnetism, Particle Physics, and have taken Classical Mechanics and Quantum Mechanics at the graduate level.

So if you're interested please contact me and we can try to schedule something that works.


Education

University of Florida
Mathematics and Physics

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Elementary Education

Elementary Math

Homeschool

Calculus,

Calculus

Familiar with Analytic Geometry & Calculus I - III (MAC2311, MAC2312, MAC2313 at UF). I'm also familiar with Functions of a Complex Variable (MAA4402 / MAA5404 at UF), also called complex analysis. I've also taken Advanced Calculus I (MAA4211 at UF) also called real analysis.
Physics,

Physics

I am familiar with Physics 1 with Calculus and Physics 2 with Calculus (PHY2048 and PHY2049 at UF). I'm also familiar with Thermal Physics (PHY3513 at UF) and Modern Physics (PHY3101 at UF). I've also taken Classical Mechanics 1 and Classical Mechanics 2 (PHY3221 and PHY4222 at UF), as well as graduate classical mechanics (PHY6246 at UF), Electromagnetism 1 and 2 (PHY3323 and PHY4324 at UF), Introduction to Particle Physics (PHZ4390 at UF), and Introductory Quantum Mechanics 1 and 2(PHY4604 and PHY4605 at UF).
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, SAT Math

Math

Calculus,

Calculus

Familiar with Analytic Geometry & Calculus I - III (MAC2311, MAC2312, MAC2313 at UF). I'm also familiar with Functions of a Complex Variable (MAA4402 / MAA5404 at UF), also called complex analysis. I've also taken Advanced Calculus I (MAA4211 at UF) also called real analysis.
Differential Equations,

Differential Equations

I completed Elementary Differential Equations (MAP2302) at UF. Received an A in the class and 100% on the Final Exam. Also completed Intermediate Differential Equations (MAP4305) at UF. Received 100% on all assignments in the course.
Linear Algebra,

Linear Algebra

I am a second year Math and Physics double major at UF. Completed proof based linear algebra (MAS4105 at UF). Course covered linear equations, matrices, vector spaces, linear transformations, determinants, eigenvalues and inner-product spaces. Emphasized theoretical aspects of linear algebra however also developed computational tools. I'm also familiar with Abstract Algebra (MAS4301 at UF).
Logic,

Logic

Completed Sets and Logic (MHF3202 at UF). Got an A in the course and near perfect scores on every exam. The course covered truth tables, tautologies, applications to mathematical arguments, mathematical induction, quantifiers, and techniques of writing proofs. I have also since gained extensive experience in writing more advanced proofs.
Physics,

Physics

I am familiar with Physics 1 with Calculus and Physics 2 with Calculus (PHY2048 and PHY2049 at UF). I'm also familiar with Thermal Physics (PHY3513 at UF) and Modern Physics (PHY3101 at UF). I've also taken Classical Mechanics 1 and Classical Mechanics 2 (PHY3221 and PHY4222 at UF), as well as graduate classical mechanics (PHY6246 at UF), Electromagnetism 1 and 2 (PHY3323 and PHY4324 at UF), Introduction to Particle Physics (PHZ4390 at UF), and Introductory Quantum Mechanics 1 and 2(PHY4604 and PHY4605 at UF).
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus, SAT Math, Trigonometry

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Calculus,

Calculus

Familiar with Analytic Geometry & Calculus I - III (MAC2311, MAC2312, MAC2313 at UF). I'm also familiar with Functions of a Complex Variable (MAA4402 / MAA5404 at UF), also called complex analysis. I've also taken Advanced Calculus I (MAA4211 at UF) also called real analysis.
Physics,

Physics

I am familiar with Physics 1 with Calculus and Physics 2 with Calculus (PHY2048 and PHY2049 at UF). I'm also familiar with Thermal Physics (PHY3513 at UF) and Modern Physics (PHY3101 at UF). I've also taken Classical Mechanics 1 and Classical Mechanics 2 (PHY3221 and PHY4222 at UF), as well as graduate classical mechanics (PHY6246 at UF), Electromagnetism 1 and 2 (PHY3323 and PHY4324 at UF), Introduction to Particle Physics (PHZ4390 at UF), and Introductory Quantum Mechanics 1 and 2(PHY4604 and PHY4605 at UF).
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Prealgebra, Precalculus

Science

Physics

Physics

I am familiar with Physics 1 with Calculus and Physics 2 with Calculus (PHY2048 and PHY2049 at UF). I'm also familiar with Thermal Physics (PHY3513 at UF) and Modern Physics (PHY3101 at UF). I've also taken Classical Mechanics 1 and Classical Mechanics 2 (PHY3221 and PHY4222 at UF), as well as graduate classical mechanics (PHY6246 at UF), Electromagnetism 1 and 2 (PHY3323 and PHY4324 at UF), Introduction to Particle Physics (PHZ4390 at UF), and Introductory Quantum Mechanics 1 and 2(PHY4604 and PHY4605 at UF).

Summer

Calculus,

Calculus

Familiar with Analytic Geometry & Calculus I - III (MAC2311, MAC2312, MAC2313 at UF). I'm also familiar with Functions of a Complex Variable (MAA4402 / MAA5404 at UF), also called complex analysis. I've also taken Advanced Calculus I (MAA4211 at UF) also called real analysis.
Physics,

Physics

I am familiar with Physics 1 with Calculus and Physics 2 with Calculus (PHY2048 and PHY2049 at UF). I'm also familiar with Thermal Physics (PHY3513 at UF) and Modern Physics (PHY3101 at UF). I've also taken Classical Mechanics 1 and Classical Mechanics 2 (PHY3221 and PHY4222 at UF), as well as graduate classical mechanics (PHY6246 at UF), Electromagnetism 1 and 2 (PHY3323 and PHY4324 at UF), Introduction to Particle Physics (PHZ4390 at UF), and Introductory Quantum Mechanics 1 and 2(PHY4604 and PHY4605 at UF).
Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, SAT Math

Test Preparation

SAT Math

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Knowledgeable and Creative

Worked with Jonathan on Calc II, for which he had a lot of input and ways of connecting the concepts to what I already know (calc II). Didn’t waste time but also wasn’t in a rush, making sure no material was overlooked. Great tutor!

John, 2 lessons with Jonathan

Knowledgeable and patient

Jonathan was very helpful and insightful. He went the extra mile to make sure I understood every concept. He was patient, and showed me several tricks and tips on how to make the concepts easier for me.

John, 1 lesson with Jonathan
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Response time: 56 minutes