...I may be willing to travel further depending on the distance, time of day, time of week, etc, but it would definitely be easiest to meet at one of the locations mentioned above. Can you tutor over Skype?
-Unfortunately no. For math and physics tutoring, I need to be able to see the work you are doing so that I can help you accurately and efficiently. (read more)
...I have an undergraduate degree in Physics and a graduate degree in Astrophysics. The math courses I tutor were used directly and frequently in all my physics courses and in my research. My favorite subject in school was math, and I view my post-secondary work as the logical continuation of that. (read more)
...Unfortunately, subjects like chemistry and calculus are some of the most hated by students of all ages. I believe that this is not due to any innate fault in the material but rather it being presented in a way that is not tailored to the learning style of your individual student. Because of this, I really do think that anyone has the potential to be great in math and science. (read more)
...My favorite moment as a tutor was with a student that I tutored for an entire year. When she first came to see me, she told me she hated stats and would never be able to understand it. I told her that by the end of the year she would not only understand, but actually enjoy statistics. (read more)
...After this process, I can better explain to students the correct way to go about the problem, offer alternative approaches as well as shortcuts that will save time and headache. I teach the way I learn which is what I call compounded repetition. We will do a particular problem several times. (read more)