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Private In-Home and Online Physics Tutoring in Newton, MA

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 Physics tutoring help you?

Physics is a combination of math and science. If you enjoy both of these subjects, then this course will be an ideal choice for you. Just because you enjoy it, however, does not mean there will not be aspects that cause frustration. There are some areas that you may struggle with, which can be alleviated by working with a tutor who specializes in the subject. The educational directors at Varsity Tutors are experts at assisting students in Newton, MA, to connect with physics tutors.

Pushing past your limitations will work to try to help you understand your physics class and excel at every test you take. Your tutor will try to help you accomplish this feat by setting goals for each session and ensuring you meet them each time. The goals can be anything you desire for yourself, whether it is simply passing the next physics test, or understanding all areas that you currently fail to understand. Let us find you a skilled physics tutor in Newton who can show you how to push past your limitations and be the best at the subject that you can be.

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Newton, MA Physics tutoring
The student and I did extra review of the momentum material and conservation of energy material. We made sure to do some problems that her teacher had provided which were tricky. She told me she needed to do really well on this test otherwise she might drop the class. Still, she seems to be getting a better handle on the concepts.
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Newton, MA Physics tutoring
We reviewed the student's test which she did extremely well on. We also discussed problems related to work and energy, and how to calculate the work lost to a system by friction. She is doing well with the work.
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Newton, MA Physics tutoring
We discussed capacitance and the wiring of capacitors in parallel and series. We also discussed time constant and the significance that plays in flashing lights, and the like. We further addressed what happens when capacitors still connected to a battery are suddenly moved apart (reverse flow of charge!).
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Newton, MA Physics tutoring
Electrophysics is the overarching concept covered today. This entailed Coulomb's Law, electrical force, fields, and potential energy. This revolved around point charges. We also covered potential difference, i.e., voltage.
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Newton, MA Physics tutoring
The student was unsatisfied with his performance on his last physics exam. During the session, we reviewed the problems in which he had difficulty. By the end of the session, he also seemed to have a better understanding of the more conceptual questions (which were the source of most of the difficulty) on the exam.
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Newton, MA Physics tutoring
The student and I reviewed material for her test which was to occur that very same day, a few hours after the tutoring session. She was very eager to try many example problems and to understand tougher material, such as finding the domain and range of a given function and, given a function, knowing where the graph would shift in graph space. The easiest material for her to understand was local and absolute minima and maxima, and inverse functions.
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