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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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Students often find physics is the most challenging course they've taken yet. You learn about work and energy, magnetic fields, sound, and pressure in ways that have never been seen before. The course doesn't only involve lots of technical science facts. It also relies heavily on math and using equations to solve problems related to mechanical advantage, displacement, and time - kinematic formulas will have to be understood. Falling behind in just one topic can leave you unsure if you are fit for the course. This doesn't have to be. Call Varsity Tutors' directors to find you a physics tutor in Newark, NJ, who could help you try to attain more confidence in physics.

A tutor can do what can't be done in class - spend as much time as possible on a topic until you thoroughly understand it. They can customize entire lessons to focus on your greatest physics weaknesses. By focusing on the exact topics of difficulty, they can fill in the gaps and save lots of time. In addition to alternative teaching methods to fit your learning style, they can apply materials and tools that will guide you on a more positive path. Instead of going it alone, let Varsity Tutors help you find a tutor in Newark, who can assist you in understanding your physics course.

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Newark, NJ Physics tutoring
The student had several very long assignments to work on. She had a lab where they had to calculate the actual running cost of several appliances in her house. We then did a long assignment on power, including the equations to calculated power, and voltage with the V=IR equation.
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Newark, NJ Physics tutoring
The student and I went over conservation of energy, and how it relates to work, kinetic energy, and potential energy. She took time to finish all her homework problems.
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Newark, NJ Physics tutoring
We covered Newton's first law, inertia, friction, net force and force-body diagrams. I explained everything out conceptually and then we did a few practice problems until I was confident that she understood.
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Newark, NJ Physics tutoring
This last session was a review before an exam the student will take next week. We looked at Maxwell's equations and the various derivations one can do using them, as well at the Maxwell stress tensor and various ways to calculate the energy density in a system. We also looked at the consequences of explicitly representing E and B fields in wave form. Finally, we covered linear and circular polarizations.
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Newark, NJ Physics tutoring
In our session, she worked through the second half of her take home exam on center of mass (acceleration, velocity, position of center of mass) problems. After she completed the exam, we worked through most of her homework problems on torque and moment of inertia.
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Newark, NJ Physics tutoring
The student needed to come up with some of his own problems to turn in, concerning Newton's laws of motion. We worked on setting up and solving an Atwood machine problem, a frictional force problem, and one dealing with motion on a plane. We also talked about drag, though we did not set up that problem. He seemed to get some of the main points, and was eager to continue tomorrow night.
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