Statue University of New York (Master's)
Statue University of New York (PhD)
I welcome the opportunity to teach full range of physics courses including graduate level Mathematical Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Classical Mechanics, Statistical Mechanics, Solid State Physics, Nuclear Physics etc and undergraduate level trigonometry-based general physics courses, calculus-based physics courses, electricity/magnetism, optics, heat and thermodynamics, general education physics courses for non-science majors etc. I have a doctorate degree in physics from New York. I have taught all branches of physics including major branches of mathematics, such as trigonometry, geometry, differential/integral calculus, and to some extent chemistry courses as well. I have served as lecturer, adjunct faculty and assistant professor at various institutions and gained enormous experience dealing with students at various grade level ranging from high school to university. In the past 14 year of my teaching profession, I have taught several thousand students and many of them have become medical doctors, engineers, researchers etc.
Apart from my teaching and research experience, I have worked as an active member of physics graduate studies committee to perform several curricular activities and carried out departmental and college-wide non-teaching responsibilities such as curriculum development, program review and exam supervision. Based on my 14-year of teaching and research experience, I am looking forward to welcoming the opportunity to teach physics and mathematics courses and help students with all their academic needs that include homework, exam preparation, projects etc.
I am available for tutoring mostly over the weekend but can also do in the evening after 6 PM. Because of my passion for teaching physics and mathematics, I only charge $55/hr and take this opportunity to help students learn physics/mathematics and achieve their goals.
I welcome the opportunity to teach full range of physics courses including graduate level Mathematical Physics, Quantum Mechanics, Electrodynamics, Classical Mechanics, Statistical Mechanics, Solid State Physics, Nuclear Physics etc and undergraduate level trigonometry-based general physics courses, calculus-based physics courses,
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