$40/hour

Currently I'm a 4th year PhD student at Clemson University in Materials Science and Engineering department. I received my bachelor degree in experimental physics (2006-2010) and my master degree (2010-2012) from the Ivan Franko

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Physics
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I have tutored Algebra I to college students for a couple years. When tutoring Algebra I always try to be patient and optimistic. When it comes to solving problems by a student I will make sure that he/she knows general math and how to apply its concepts in cracking algebraic equations.

I have tutored Algebra II to college students. Since I'm a physicist I strongly rely on its ideas. Because I studied quite well at school and university I'm pretty confident in my knowledge on Algebra II.

During my undergraduate studies I've had mathematical analysis course for three years. Also I tutored Calculus for kids in high school and university yet. All in all, I like to do integrals and I'm really good at it!

I received my master and BS degrees in Physics, so I'm very passionate about this subject. My strategy of teaching is based on student's personal motivation. In any problem I always try to find real-world example as opposed to "dry" explanation and ready-to-go solution. In order for a student to understand and resolve any problem on physics he needs to see what laws it rests on! So, I break down the most complex task into the smallest possible pieces and from there I help student to find out all "keys" to the final solution.

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