Award-Winning Physics Tutors in St. Louis, MO
Peter "...I graduated cum laude from Allendale Columbia School in Rochester, NY, and am currently on Dean's List. I have diverse interests in different academic subjects, ranging from mathematics and science to humanity and business, and in each area I have won several awards. I am a clear, logical, and engaging speaker who can explain complex concepts in easily understandable terms, and relate them back to our daily lives..."
Devin "...Right now I am working towards a double major in Mathematics and Secondary Education. Someday I hope to teach high-school math! Teaching is a very rewarding job with its own unique challenges. This career path appeals to me because it can make a meaningful impact on other people's lives..."
Daniel "...In addition to the core curriculum for my major, I also completed all of the necessary classes to apply to medical school. This has given me a wide range of subjects that I am familiar with and comfortable tutoring, especially in biological fields such as Anatomy, Physiology and Genetics. I am originally from Omaha, Nebraska, but over the past 5 years, I have gotten to know and love the Saint Louis area..."
Steve "...Two of the clubs I am most involved with at Notre Dame are Best Buddies and The American Cancer Society. In Best Buddies, I have an assigned buddy who has intellectual disabilities with whom I talk once a week and do some sort of activity with twice a month. The past two springs, I have participated in The American Cancer Society's Relay for Life as the captain of my dorm's team..."
Thomas "...In my Pre-Med courses and MCAT prep, I loved learning, not only the material, but also better ways to help me learn and retain lots of information. I want to help you learn the subjects I love most (and soon, so will you!) in the best way for you. There's nothing quite as exciting in learning or life than when two or more people come together to solve a problem..."
Yusef "I have worked as a peer tutor from middle school throughout my college years. My undergraduate studies were in the Engineering and Mathematical fields. I am an effective tutor due to my ability to break down and explain even the most difficult subject material..."
Francis "... I believe strongly in a holistic approach to teaching because in my experience students are far more willing to learn when seemingly arcane subjects can be tied into their day to day life and their relevance concretely demonstrated. I delight in finding and applying these connections, and I look forward to teaching others to find them as well. In my free time I enjoy playing badminton and bicycling..."
Steven "...Being tutored and tutoring has always been a large part of my academic career and I have found it is often an integral part of truly mastering a topic. My tutoring approach takes a hands-on style that lets students work through problems with assistance first, and then on their own. This style allows the student to become confident in his/her knowledge of the material and face new problems with that same confidence..."
Joe "... Through high school and college, even while completing two unrelated Bachelor's degree programs, I began tutoring my own classmates, younger students, and even adult neighbors using a similar delivery style as my own teachers, albeit tailored to each student's individual struggles. My clients all showed a drastic improvement in their respective classroom performances. In graduate school, I had the opportunity to teach a semester of College Algebra, again peppering my lectures with idiosyncratic memory triggers..."
Aleks "... I have been tutoring peers in many different classes since my senior year of high school. I am especially passionate about Math and Physics (which is why I want to be an engineer), and I love being able to help people understand the difficult concepts and methods that students of these subjects sometimes struggle with. I understand that Math can be frustrating and difficult to understand, and I try to make learning and understanding it as fun and simple as possible..."