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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.

How can a tutor assist you in conquering Physics?

What has mathematical formulas that look like they're written in Greek, more laws than the United States government, and an extremely diverse collection of topics to study? The answer is physics, and it is generally the final branch of science taught to students for a reason. It gets hard! If you're struggling with inelastic collisions or the laws of thermodynamics, a private tutor can efficiently get you back up to speed. To connect with physics tutors in Lawrence, MA, call the educational directors at Varsity Tutors today.

Varsity Tutors' educational directors can identify a private physics tutor in Lawrence, MA, who will address all of your physics concerns. Your tutor will be a physics expert with real-world experience in the field, so they may be able to try to help you whether you require assistance with mechanical advantage, momentum, or buoyancy forces. They will also have a passion for helping students like you excel in physics, so you will never have reason to question their commitment.

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Lawrence, MA Physics tutoring
The student had a homework assignment covering rotational kinematics and needed help with that assignment. Specifically, the homework covered calculating angular displacement, velocity, and acceleration. Then I helped the student's brother with his calculus. The brother needed help taking derivatives and understanding the meaning of derivatives.
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Lawrence, MA Physics tutoring
The student has the opportunity to re-take one of her chapter tests in physics, so we picked the worst one (force balance, which we already reviewed a while ago) and we prepped for the test. We went back and did every worksheet from the unit together. We then re-did some of the problems from the test together, which included force balancing objects moving down inclined planes.
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Lawrence, MA Physics tutoring
We reviewed for the student's two day final covering static and rotational mechanics. He was confident in static mechanics and comfortable with rotational mechanics once we had reviewed the shared equations.
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Lawrence, MA Physics tutoring
We spent today's session studying for the student's physics test in simple harmonic motion. We spent most of our time going over practice problems. In particular, we worked on energy vs time graphs and writing equations of motion.
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Lawrence, MA Physics tutoring
We reviewed kinematics/projectile moties and worked some example problems. No scores or grades, but I sense that when concepts are explained thoroughly and example problems are solved, he gets a better understanding.
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Lawrence, MA Physics tutoring
We completed review for his final exam. We spent the majority of the session on lenses and mirrors. I had him draw ray diagrams for each type of optical device with the objects located at different points, and use the lens equation and magnification equation a few times. He created a chart on an index card to remember when each variable is positive or negative and the image is real or virtual. We spent the remainder of the session reviewing a recent exam on magnetism and induction - we talked conceptually about most problems, and I also had him identify the equation that he would use in each case. He is definitely prepared for the final exam.
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