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Receive personally tailored Physics lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Albert Einstein perfected the law of conservation of mass energy with his equation of E=mc squared, which states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed. If you are uncomfortable explaining the laws of physics that support that equation or other physics problems, there is a way for you to catch up with your class. Physics tutoring in Boston, Massachusetts, can provide help with studying for your course. The sciences can be tricky with all of their complex, intricate laws and equations, but it could be easier for you with the assistance of a professional tutor. Varsity Tutors' education directors can help connect you with a tutor that you can work well with.

Planning tutoring sessions is easy. If you have a busy schedule, then your sessions can be planned around your commitments. Physics tutors in Boston can meet you in a place that is convenient for you, whether it's your school library, a coffee shop nearby, or your own living room. If you are unable to meet in person, Varsity Tutors has a face-to-face online learning platform you can use for remote sessions.

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Physics Tutoring review by David in Boston, MA
This was a solid session. We worked through problems that have appeared on former AP examinations. We were able to get through all the multiple choice questions assigned to the student and some of the free response. She had no trouble understanding the concepts and was comfortable applying them to the problems for the most part, but there was one FRQ that was particularly challenging. I believe she is in good shape for her exam but needs to put in a significant amount of work in order to get the grade she is aiming for.
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Physics Tutoring review by Adam in Boston, MA
The student and I started going over magnetism. I taught her the main ideas from a conceptual level (including the 2 right-hand rules) and the 3 equations that dictate the unit. I threw a lot of material at her, so we'll need to work on practicing it later, but she understood most of the ideas. Cecilia also informed me that she got a 95% on her last quiz which covered concepts that I've been helping her with (VIRP charts).
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Physics Tutoring review by Juan in Boston, MA
Today we reviewed over electric forces and the electric field. She seems to understand the concept better than the problem but I am confident that she will do well. She has shown great improvement so I believe she will be able to finish off the semester strong.
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Physics Tutoring review by Timothy in Boston, MA
The student and I We covered topics on periodic motion, sounds, and waves. We mainly went over her worksheet of homework problems that covered applying equations relating velocity, frequency, wavelength, and sound intensity.
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Physics Tutoring review by Taylor in Boston, MA
First segment (70min) was dedicated to a dastardly problem about solving for speeds and forces in a system involving a hanging weight, a pulley, and a sliding block. Worked on this for some time and eventually triumphed, while discussing total energy in a system, work deductions due to friction, arbitrariness of the zero potential, and angular vs tangential motion. After a break, we resumed physics work. The remaining problems all focused on angular motion, touching on topics of angular acceleration, summing inertias, inertial formulas for several common solids, and decomposition of rolling motion into translational and rotational motion. The parallel axis law was essential to almost all of the problems, so we had a lot of practice with that.
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Physics Tutoring review by Chandler in Boston, MA
The student and I reviewed for her upcoming test. We worked through concept questions and then reviewed two practice tests from previous years. Topics included a bit of inductance, circuits, and RL circuits with AC current (from the previous unit) as well as lenses, mirrors, and light.
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