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Frank H. Get the understanding you need to do well on your physics or math exams! I earned my Ph.D. in physics at Georgia Tech and tutor physics and math at both the college or high school level. My tutoring style is 1) to the point, 2) friendly, and 3) fun because I love explaining and solving physics and math problems to those that are eager to learn.
7 Subjects: including physics, calculus, algebra 1, algebra 2
$75.00/hr
Duluth, GA
Russell M. Hi I'm Russell, thanks for checking out my page! I am a 23 year old who graduated with distinction this past December from Georgia State University with a BS in biology and a minor in chemistry. Though my college background is in the sciences, I am confident in providing excellent tutoring services for nearly any subject or standardized test up through the high school or early collegiate level.
4 Subjects: including biology, chemistry, anatomy, organic chemistry
$30.00/hr
Atlanta, GA
Charley B. ...My mentor once said that if he inspired just two other people to be scientist, double the mysteries would be solved. I live by that same idea. I want to show that science doesn't have to be complicated and that it can actually be fun!
24 Subjects: including psychology, algebra 2, American history, biology
$40.00/hr
Kennesaw, GA
Pantani L. ...I am now working toward a Ph.D. degree in ECE at Georgia Tech. When I was a graduate student, I tutored two students on EE subjects (Circuits & Logic Design) for two years. In Georgia Tech, I have been the instructor of basic circuit courses (ECE3043, ECE3710) for junior students for three semesters (2014-2015). They all include logic design topics.
27 Subjects: including electrical engineering, physics, calculus, statistics
$40.00/hr
Atlanta, GA
Vibhu K. ...For instance, why is the graph of distance versus time a straight line when velocity is constant? One way to understand is that for equal time intervals the distance should always remain the same! And that is also the consequence of a line being straight.
16 Subjects: including electrical engineering, algebra 1, physics, geometry
$60.00/hr
Riverdale, GA

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