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Physics Tutoring in New York City, NY

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Varsity Tutors offers Physics tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn Physics through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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We have certified tutors near you ideally qualified to help you with Physics. The tutors hail from colleges like MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and other highly ranked institutions.



Undergraduate Degree:
Johns Hopkins University - Behavioral Biology

Graduate Degree:
De Paul University - Biology



Undergraduate Degree:
Georgia Institute Of Technology - Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering



Undergraduate Degree:
Cornell University - Biology And Society

How we help you master: Physics


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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Sinusoidal wave calculations involving amplitude, period, frequency, etc. Student expressed clearer understanding after session. Student only had notes on one problem to work with, rather than the book that the class must work from.

The student and I practiced for her chemistry test this week on the colligative properties of solutions. The student does very well with identifying what equations to use for each problem and how to input the known variables in the equations with the given information. To continue studying before the exam, the student should focus on writing balanced chemical equations and using the stoichiometric ratios in the equations to calculate the amount of products produced from a given amount of reactants. More practice with questions that use percent mass and density to calculate the molarity of a solution would also be useful when studying. Our next session will be Tuesday, April 26 at 4:00 pm.

Review practice test for verbal, reading comprehension, and quantitative reasoning. The students' verbal skills are still weak but math is improving.

In our session, I let the student use my iPad to spell sight words that we have been working on. I noticed that although he's getting good at recognizing them, he's still having a hard time spelling them. This goes for words with -Er, -ur, and -ir. I can tell that he is starting to enjoy reading more as he gets eager to read to me. I started him today with a read at a DRA level of 24 which is 2 reads higher then what he started out with at the beginning.

How to solve limits, using limits to define a derivative, finding derivatives, using them in relation to distance, velocity and time and general rules for solving related rates problems.

The student and I reviewed her last practice test. I do believe that she will do well on the test. She's a bright and conscientious girl, and it was a pleasure to get to know her!

The student and I worked on solving systems of equations by elimination. He was stumped by one of the word problems, but figured it quickly, once we started to unpack it. No concerns.

The student and I covered her lab report regarding heat. It involved an experiment, in which a heated metal plate was put into water. We went over the heat equation, specific heat, heat exchange, and different aspects of conducting experiments. She seemed to understand this material pretty well.

This will be the student's first time taking the SAT, so I gave him some general tips about taking it, like making sure to get a good night's sleep the night before to avoid sleepiness during the test, and to eat a good breakfast to avoid hunger pains. Doing both of these things should also add to having a clear head, which is a good thing to have while taking the SAT. I showed him how the book was laid out, and we worked on some of the questions from each part of the exam. He had taken a practice SAT earlier with his former tutor, so I helped him understand any of those questions that he was still confused about. His homework for this week is to take another practice exam.

The student struggles to maintain his focus throughout tests and ends up guessing at answers. To address this, we focused on the strategy of working three problems at the front, three at the back, and so forth so that he can focus on the easier questions before he loses patience and starts guessing. We worked on linear equations. He needs to complete the remaining 20 problems from the online practice test. Next time, we will focus on process of elimination and guessing strategies.

This one hour session was the first part of a two part review of the first three units of the guide. This session specifically focused on the beginnings of human history and development and continued until the rise of the Greek empire. We reviewed key vocabulary and concepts pertaining to these first three units. The student was instructed to review and notate all terms on the vocabulary handout that needed clarification. He was instructed to prepare his notes for our next session which will likely be Thursday or Friday of next week. At this time, there are not areas of concern pertaining to this student's academic development.

We did worksheets identifying and writing s and t. He did well with t and needed some help with s. We did a sheet identifying the ending letter in words. He did well with most words. We practiced onset and rhyme with the endings -ack, -ain, and -est. We did a sheet where he wrote endings for words. He got the r in jar right away. We did a sheet identifying and writing short u words.

How can Physics tutoring from Varsity Tutors help you succeed in Physics?

Varsity Tutors offers Physics tutoring in New York City, NY at high school through college levels. We’ll help you learn Physics through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own home or another location of your choice. We have brilliant tutors with physics backgrounds available to help you ace your physics course.

Varsity Tutors offers expert physics tutoring in the New York City, NY area. Our NYC physics tutors have met with success in their physics courses and can use their experience and knowledge to help you succeed as well.

Physics is a difficult subject to learn for many students, because students are expected to make use of abstract concepts and difficult equations, often while applying them to concrete, real-world scenarios. While lab experiments are often intended to help students experience a “eureka” moment and figure out how abstract and concrete concepts are related, if a student does not have a good grasp on the abstract concepts before this point, the lab experience will likely seem more confounding than helpful. Similarly, students who have trouble discerning the implications of relationships expressed in equations may find physics particularly challenging. 

Luckily, our superb New York City physics tutors are here to make sense of the subject. They can meet whenever and wherever is best for you and provide individualized lesson plans tailored to your personal difficulties with the course material. They’ve been through similar classes before and succeeded, so they understand why certain topics may stump you, and can help you overcome them. By working outside the classroom, private physics tutoring allows you to proceed at your own pace and learn material in the ways that best work for you. A physics tutor from Varsity Tutors New York can help create personalized learning goals to help you master your physics courses and exams.

If you’re having a hard time keeping up in your physics class or just want to ensure that you have a good grip on the material, give us a call so that we can assess your academic needs and match you with a New York City physics tutor who can put you on the path to understanding physics and achieving academic excellence.

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