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Benefit from 700 hours of tutoring experience in the Twinsburg, Solon, Canton, Akron, Garettsville, Newton Falls, Salem and Kent area!

I have worked online with students from: Ohio, Georgia, Illinois, Florida, New Jersey, California and even Puerto Rico!

I come to personal tutoring with a background in physics (both

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Jean-Guy is a wonderful tutor. He helped my son in many classes, especially in Honors Geometry and AP Physics. Thanks to Jean-Guy's tutoring skills, my son's grades improved in both classes. I also wanted to mention that Jean-Guy promptly responds to any questions we have. I highly recommend him as a tutor.

He goes above and beyond, he has really helped my sons a lot with math and everything else too.... if you are a homeschooling parent looking for a tutor, he is really good.

Jean-Guy was very helpful with teaching me how to graph parametric equations, and explained things very well. I will definitely use him again.

I had a very good experience with Jean.

I learned many things from him and it was useful and helped me more.

If I want to repeat that, of course I will choose Jean.

He worked very well to help me and my friend also. He used many different ways to give me what I need in my course.

Thank you Jean for everything .

Jean is one of the best tutors I've ever met, he is so cooperative and patient, the French lesson he gave me was so lovely and powerful, now I learned how to say important phrases in French and hopefully I can visit Paris someday. Thanks Jean, your are awesome!

He explains well and helps me get A's. Jean is very nice and takes a lot of notes that help me study and help a lot.

I took Medical Applied Physics 2 in 2012 and did not pass the course. This year, with the help of my tutoring with Jean-Guy, I scored a high B on our first exam! The tutoring has made a world of difference to me and I would absolutely recommend Jean-Guy as a fantastic tutor.

Jean-Guy is a great tutor. I would recommend him to any of my friends or family. He is very patient and knowledgable. He is also very flexible when working with your schedule. I plan on using him to help me get though all my summer math classes. Well worth the price. Thanks WyzAnt and Jean-Guy.

Jean-Guy L. is a dedicated instructor, who will do more to help his students. He is knowledgeable and understand the physics topic.

Jean-Guy is a great tutor. He helped me study MCAT physics. He went out of his way to purchase the books for the review so that he could be more prepared to help me. He also stayed roughly 100 questions ahead of me so that he was always ready to help with whichever problem presented issues for me. He was extremely patient, and I'm not the easiest person to teach. He is a fantastic mathematician and extremely detail oriented. He also was always willing to work with my erratic schedule and was willing to meet and a location convenient for me. Very reliable and personable, as well. I would highly recommend him as a tutor.

I really enjoyed my first lesson in German, I know some German already, but from just first lesson I could tell that he will be able to teach me a lot more than I already know. He spoke a lot in German and that was really helpful so that I could learn to hear the words and what they sound like. He is very patient and I look forward to next session.

Finally choose Jean after emailing several others in an attempt to get what my daughter needed. Jean was patient, quiet and knowledgeable. I must admit I was rather nervous about how this process was to work, but am quite pleased with results. I will try to post an update as to how successful it has been relating to the AP Physics test. It was reassuring to note that even Jean said that these were some very difficult problems she was getting in High School!

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I love Algebra and I love doing math exercises and problems. This is really my hobby. I also tutor in pre-algebra. For both I use a series of books in algebra 1 and 2 that help me structure lessons to the rhythm of the student.

Math is my hobby! I love to do algebra exercises. I have experience tutoring Wyzant students in Algebra 2 at High School and college level. I am familiar with the Algebra 2 program about functions, domain and ranges, inverse functions, and more!

During my years as a particle physicist, I have worked on several computers like VAX and the powerful IBM VM at CERN. I am an old school procedural programmer who learned FORTRAN 77 and 90 at first and then migrated to PASCAL (Macintosh) and eventually C. Today I work with ROOT which is the C++ data structure and graphic environment for particle physics at CERN which uses a great deal of C programming! Today I use the book "C programmierung" (written in German!) for my lessons. It is full of simple exercises from variable types to functions to structures.

Calculus is the study of variation of quantities. In physics, which is my background, we encounter this when comparing length scales and doing approximations to calculate limits of functions, near a given value or at infinity.

For my tutoring, I follow a series of books I had during my studies. The numerous exercises they offer helped me complete my courses in college with success. That is what I offer today to my students!

During my years as a particle physicist, I have worked on several computers like VAX and the powerful IBM VM at CERN. I am an old school procedural programmer who learned FORTRAN 77 and 90 at first and then migrated to PASCAL (Macintosh) and eventually C. Today I work with ROOT which is the C++ data structure and graphic environment for particle physics at CERN which uses a great deal of C programming! Today I use the book "C programmierung" (written in German!) for my lessons. It is full of simple exercises from variable types to functions to structures.

I have studied differential equations in mathematics and in physics. The simplest differential equations involve the exponential function as real or imaginary solutions. They appear with the force equation for oscillatory and damped harmonic oscillator solutions for example. On a more formal level

Lagrangian or Hamiltonian principle can be used in quantum mechanics. Solutions for the SchrÃ¶dinger equation for the Hydrogen atom involve series methods and lead to Legendre polynomials as solutions, also known as atomic orbitals.

Modern methods deal with differential equations that can be solved using finite elements methods.

I like to consider myself as an "algebrist", if the word exists. I am fascinated by the foundation of mathematics and group theory. That is to say I love to do mathematical problems. Whether it is related to the properties of functions, limits, to rational numbers and trigonometry, I am ready to help.

I have completed short and long tutoring in Honors Geometry. I still read the material posted by the teacher of this class to keep in shape! I enjoy it a lot! I have had good experience with high school students with this class. I also use software, I subscribe to, that may help students practice with the concepts!

Linear algebra is the fundamental first approach when comparing quantities. An algebra is based on group theory. From there vector space and matrices space can be built.

During my study in physics, especially in particle physics, I became familiar with methods in the eigen-vector/eigen-value problem, the 8-fold way and the SU(3) quark model, abelian and non-abelian groups, Lie algebra for angular momentum operators in quantum theory, crystallographic space groups, etc. Which are all examples of linear algebra!

I have been with Apple from the beginning of my scientific career! I wrote 2 theses in physics on a Macintosh Plus! I could write programs in Pascal and do calculations that could last the whole night. Today I use the iPad and many software features reminds me of the early Apple software products, 25 years or so later. I use Pages and Keynote extensively on the iPad as well as LaTeX for scientific typesetting. I have experience on iMacs also where I now write C-programs for scientific calculations.

Having programmed computers for a numerous of years, I have finally found a software that does everything. Since I became an adjunct faculty, like many U.S. college student now, I have access to the full Mathematica Wolfram language.

Physics always interests me! I am intrigued by its complexity but also its fundamental nature. I have experience with physics problems from High School to graduate classes. I perform very well with problems of online classes! Let me help you in your study of physics!

I have literature in Elementary Algebra with which I base my tutoring lessons. Believe me, I love it and I am ready to help youngsters achieve their best.

When I was a student in calculus, I worked with a well known book series which I still use today in my tutoring lessons in precalculus. They list in 45 chapters the skills needed for a student to succeed in precalculus, among them: algebra, functions, linear and nonlinear equations, matrices, limit and continuity, etc. A lot to discover for any student indeed!

The SAT has its ways. It requires fast thinking for problems that are challenging. I practice regularly with material found online. Of course, we could all study alone, but it is much better to work with someone who can guide you quickly!

Trigonometry has a lot to do with the unit circle and the many types of triangles that exist. I use software I subscribe to, to introduce the concepts and challenge the students. I have good experience with High School students and we have a tendency to work very well together in Trigonometry.

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