1 of 7

Award-Winning Physics Tutors in Youngstown, OH

Personalized Learning • Professional Tutoring

150,000+ clients. 4.9 / 5.0 Rating of Tutoring Sessions

Who needs a tutor?
How soon do you need tutoring?
What is your name?
What is your zip code?
What is your email address?
What is your phone number?
Featured by
Tutors from
100% Tutor Satisfaction Guarantee

100% Tutor Satisfaction Guarantee

At Varsity Tutors, we're committed to connecting you to top tutors capable of delivering an outstanding experience. That's why we provide a 100% tutor satisfaction guarantee.

Private In-Home and Online Physics Tutoring in Youngstown, OH

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?

Do you need help catching up in physics class? Would you like to graduate at the top of your class? Each of the independent physics tutors that Varsity Tutors could help you find in Youngstown, OH, is an experienced professional. We can match you with an excellent tutor who will work with you one-on-one until you get it right.

Varsity Tutors will hand-pick you a physics tutor in Youngstown who could give you the kind of personal attention that helps try to make your study sessions easier and more efficient. Your tutor can meet with you at a convenient location such as your own home, at a public location such as the Public Library of Youngstown and Mahoning County, or they can also arrange face-to-face instruction through an online learning platform. Whatever works best for you, your private tutor is ready to do. Your personal instructor is dedicated to your success.

4.9/5.0 Satisfaction Rating!* Private tutoring by top Case Western grads.

Session Summaries by Physics Tutors

Youngstown, OH Physics tutoring
We spent the majority of the session discussing acceleration - change in velocity, and free fall motion (determining height of a building or velocity when striking the ground). The student is doing well with the concept of acceleration and also with mechanical equilibrium. We also looked over her first physics exam - she received an 86, and we went over the correct answers for the ones she got wrong. She understands the material very well, and was able to explain and correct her mistakes. We ended by looking at her algebra work - converting between standard and vertex form for quadratic equations - which she doesn't seem to have any problems with.
Read more »
Youngstown, OH Physics tutoring
We continued to look at force and free body diagrams. We talked about different types of forces, such as the normal force, friction force, drag force, and gravitational force. We also looked at adding up all of the forces in the x- and y-directions for a given free body diagram. We went through Newton's law of gravitation and how to use it to find g, the acceleration due to gravity at the surface of the earth. We talked about how g will be slightly different at various elevations on the surface of the earth. Lastly, we talked about drawing the xy-coordinate axes to make summing the forces easier, such as when we have an object sliding down a tilted surface. The student is doing well drawing force vectors and free body diagrams, and she is getting a better understanding of the different types of forces and in which types of situations they appear.
Read more »
Youngstown, OH Physics tutoring
As a test prep, we worked on the First Quarter Exam Review. We covered word problems on speed, velocity, F=ma problems, and momentum. The student was very comfortable with most of the problems and completed them successfully on her own. I advised her that drawing a diagram, labeling variables and identifying what you're looking for will help her avoid confusion and mistakes.
Read more »
Youngstown, OH Physics tutoring
The student and I prepared for her test. We mainly worked through a problem involving a box on a slope. She has strengthened in many aspects of these problems. Her trig and vector analysis is very good.
Read more »
Youngstown, OH Physics tutoring
We reviewed the student's physics homework. The homework was on linear momentum. He seems to understand this very well already. Next, we moved on to precalculus. We read the section on parabolas, and then we started the practice problems for the section. He needs more practice with the section to master the material. We will review it again next week.
Read more »
Youngstown, OH Physics tutoring
Today, we covered topics in electrostatics. We discussed specific concepts such as voltage, electric field, electrical potential energy, and more. We worked on one homework problem regarding the charge of an oil droplet, then we completed various textbook problems. The student put in a lot of effort in this session and was able to reason through difficult problems quickly. We will be discussing circuits in our next session.
Read more »
Call us today to connect with a top Youngstown Physics tutor
(216) 673-3070