I have a Ph.D in Physics and I have been tutoring physics since 2011. I moved from North Dakota, where I used to work and study, to Kansas City, where I am working now. Most of my tutoring experience was in North Dakota, where I tutored students on both college and high school levels. I am working now as a senior physics tutor in Jonson County Community College (Science Resources Center), where I provide one-on-one, small group instructional assistance to students including clarification of course assignments, lectures, and tests. I also studied 27 credit hours in Mathematics (18 credit hours in undergraduate level to earn my bachelor degree and 9 credit hours in graduate levels to earn my Ph.D. degree). This mathematical background helped me to explain both Calculus and Algebra in easy, attractive approach, whether the student has a strong mathematical background or not.
Undergraduate Degree: Cairo University - Bachelor of Science, Physics
Graduate Degree: University of North Dakota - Doctor of Philosophy, Physics