# Award-Winning AP Physics 2 Tutors

Luis ...me. You can ask me anything about it, from basic stuff like quantum mechanics and relativity to cutting-edge research like string theory and condensed matter theory. Though I love what I do and wish I could spend all my time doing Physics, I eventually do take a break and relax. I like to mountain climb, kayak, go to music festivals, and play guitar. My goal this summer is to climb Mt. Washington and make it...

Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Bachelor of Science, Physics

Keith Would you like a little help to understand Math, Science or Engineering? Would you like to become more successful at these subjects? I have been working with students of all sorts for over 28 years. It would be my pleasure to help you! My hobbies include carpentry, singing, and outdoor activities especially canoeing and hiking.

Swarthmore College - Bachelor of Science, Engineering

MBU - Master of Science, Education

State Certified Teacher

Janna ...During my time in MAO, I competed and placed in a number of math contests and competitions both locally and nationally. My other experiences in math include Algebra, Geometry, Pre-Calculus, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics, SAT Subject Mathematics: Levels 1 and 2, Multivariable Calculus, and Differential Equations. My past teaching experience consists of in-person and online tutoring. I used to tutor students at my local junior high and students outside Texas through an online tutoring...

The University of Texas at Austin - Bachelor of Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Ahmad ...I am teaching 9th grade math to Calculus 1. In the sciences, I am helping students in chemistry, honors chemistry, general chemistry, physical sciences, physics, and AP Physics 2: Mechanics. I like to tutor calculus the most because I find it interesting that we work with variables that are changing. With hard work and dedication, I believe anyone can succeed. I generally use a step-by-step approach with students to simplify difficult concepts. From my experience,...

The University of Texas at Dallas - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General

Spencer ...recent graduate of Stony Brook University (SUNY) from where I received my Bachelor of Sciences in Applied Mathematics & Statistics with a concentration in Physical Sciences. Throughout my undergraduate career, I was fortunate enough to participate in several research-oriented internships in New York and Maryland. These allowed me to gain invaluable experience and apply my knowledge to real-life applications. In addition, I have experience tutoring fellow classmates in courses such as physics, probability/statistics, and linear...

Stony Brook University - Bachelor of Science, Applied Mathematics and Statistics (Physics Concentration)

Nikhil I believe in a logical but fun approach to tutoring. I try to design plans that reinforce subjects in multiple ways, to encourage memorization and ensure that students don't get bored. This approach befits both the teacher and the student. I have extensive experience tutoring students in mathematics, and I have tutored in science as well. I have also tutored unofficially on test-prep with students in my area.... If you provide students with a structured plan and help, they will teach themselves.

Johns Hopkins University - Current Undergrad, Materials Science & Engineering

Rakhi ...College of Columbia University in New York City and studied Applied Mathematics and Philosophy, while also pursuing pre-medical studies. In NYC, I gained a wide variety of teaching and tutoring experiences in classrooms, with private clients, and via community service work for non-profit organizations. Currently, I work at a middle school in Chicago teaching middle school math, as well as tutor for city clients. I am most passionate about math, but am comfortable working with...

Columbia University in the City of New York - Bachelor in Arts, Applied Math

Chaur-Ming I am a Nuclear Physicist (Ph.D. degree from North Carolina State University). I have been tutoring since I was in college. Physics and Math are my favorite subjects. I would like to help the young students with their academic performance and build their self-confidence for a successful future.... Building up their confidence.... Teaching learning skills.... Positive encouragement.... Demonstration with simple examples.... Using similar examples.... Getting students motivated.... Starting with simpler problems.... Asking the students to work on similar problems on their own.

NATIONAL TSING HUA University - Bachelor of Science, Nuclear Engineering

North Carolina State University at Raleigh - Doctor of Philosophy, Nuclear Engineering

Laura ...science. My true academic passion is for French language and literature, which is my second major at my university. I developed this passion at a young age, but mastered the language during my semester abroad in a language-immersion program in Toulouse, France. In addition to my wide range of academic interests, I have recently completed the MCAT, the placement exam for medical school, and am very familiar with standardized testing strategies and study methods. This...

Washington University in St Louis - Current Undergrad, Biology, French

Kevin ...Bachelor's of Science from Rutgers University, where I studied Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Aerospace Engineering. As an undergraduate there, I taught my own Physics class to freshmen and sophomore Engineering students for three years, after being professionally trained in identifying individual learning styles and using modern educational methods to best help each student. I believe in teaching, "the why" and developing skills rather than hammering steps and formulas into memory. I make my...

Rutgers University-New Brunswick - Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering