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I have been a TA for an introductory physics course at Iowa State University, so I have some professional practice assisting students, as well as several private clients over the past 5 years. Physics is a passion of mine, so if you're struggling, I'd love to help.
I have a mechanical engineering degree and experience with tutoring college level undergraduate courses and below. I can tutor most math and science classes, especially Calculus I, II, III, Physics I & II (kinematics and electromagnetism), in addition to engineering related courses. I can also do SAT and ACT prep. I have a knack for transforming the way course material was presented in class into information that makes sense to the student in a manner that fits their preferred learning method. ... See more
Summa Cum Laude graduate, over 6 years experience tutoring college level mathematics and more. I put my students first and cater to their individual learning style.
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I have studied at Georgia Tech, The University if Texas-Austin, and Northwestern pursuing two bachelors degrees and two master's degrees in engineering and medicine. My passions in life are the environment, science, and helping others. It feels good to help people, and my favorite moment as a tutor is when students come to an understanding of something they had difficulty learning. Science helps students develop critical thinking, pattern recognition, and problem-solving skills that are used on a ... See more
I have a Bachelors of Science in Engineering Mechanics with a minor in Technical Communication from the University of Wisconsin - Madison (Go Badgers!) I currently work as a Project Engineer for Wabtec Corporation and I design and develop engineered products for trains. I have a strong background in science, mathematics, engineering design, communication, computer science and finite element analysis. I am a creative problem solver that goes above and beyond to solve today's problems!
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Physics is arguably the oldest science around, which is something that architects understand. Each and every architect who has graduated has a basic understanding of physics. If not, then they would not be a very good designer because it plays a major role in their overall career. Chicago has some of the tallest buildings in the world which have been known to literally defy physics. But the only reason that they were able to be built is that the architect had a deep understanding of physics.
So needless to say, if you one day hope to become a successful architect then you are going to understand this subject as well. This is why we have a resource pool filled with physics tutors in Chicago who are waiting for you to ring us up. They are going to be right there with you to make sure that you are understanding everything in your college class. We see students take a class such as this one and the material goes in one ear and then out of the other.
But when it is time to take more advanced classes students are lost and they do not understand why. You must put in the time in every single class so that you can pull from this information. Your school is requiring you to take this class because it is important toward not only your major but your future as an architect. Focus and attention are two of the things that you need to put an emphasis on while you are in class. But for some reason you constantly find yourself drifting off.
It could be the manner in which your professor is teaching or the classroom setting in general. A Chicago physics tutor will never let this happen because they tailor their lessons around you. This may seem like special treatment but at HeyTutor this is the norm. This is the service our professional science tutors provide to you as a student trying to learn.
There is nothing more rewarding than sharing what I have learned with a student. I have always enjoyed learning new things and really wanted to grow my understanding of the world.But I was not always as good a student as I've grown to be. Now every time I get to work with a student, I can see bright students who just need the right input or a bit of practice. The greatest reward is being able to teach ... See more
I graduated from Indiana University in 2017 and moved to Chicago to pursue acting. Before falling in love with acting, I was a Secondary Education Major in Physics and Mathematics and planned on becoming a High School Physics Teacher and Soccer Coach.
I have experience working with students through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program at IU and through Tutoring in Chicago over the past 2 years living in the city.
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My name is Olumide I am a Chemical engineer and I have 10 years of tutoring experience, back when I was in high school, I won the best prize in Mathematics and Further Maths, I have a broad and conceptual Knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, and chemistry. My prized skill set includes my patience with my student and my ability to spice up my tutoring with a bit of fun and an in-depth knowledge of any coursework with the goal ... See more
I have an M.Sc in Physics and a B.Sc in Geophysics, and I enjoy studying and communicating science. Teaching has always been an integral part of my education journey. I enjoy teaching not only because I can help students excel in their subjects, but I also enjoy working with kids, teenagers, and college students. I helped students through my college and graduate school careers in physics, math, and earth sciences. I had a tutoring experience when I taught ... See more
I studied biology and psychology at the University of Notre Dame and received my BS in Spring of 2018. I have a strong math and science background so could help with calculus, algebra, geometry, organic chemistry, physics, or biology.
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I am an international strategy and actuarial consultant with a strong math and business background. I completed a top-ranked MBA degree in Europe and Asia. I also hold a graduate degree in education and am a licensed teacher. I was a private tutor and college instructor for many years prior to starting my professional career. I'm now returning to tutoring and teaching as a "hobby" and aim to eventually obtain an adjunct role at an academic institution. I ... See more
I am excited to attend medical school at Rush Medical College starting in August 2019. In the meantime, I hope to help motivated students reach their dreams and share my enjoyment of the hard sciences and math. I hold a MA in Medical Sciences from Loyola University Chicago and BSE in Chemical Engineering from the University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
Substitute teaching (certified, in "All Content Areas") has afforded me the experience to reinforce general education concepts, with students (Kindergarten to Twelfth grade). Tutoring Biological, Chemical, Physical Sciences, and Mathematics (undergrad) provided exposure, to effectively learn and approach different learning styles. As a Tutor the last two years of my undergraduate work, I established continuous successful relationships - based, on my clients' progress, in their coursework. To supplement these experiences, I have recently completed coursework in writing and research papers, in ... See more
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I graduated with honors from UChicago, double majoring in public policy and biology and fulfilling all pre-med requirements. I have four years of experience tutoring students from a range of academic abilities, from special needs students to college students. I tutor in math and science. I enjoy engaging with students and fostering knowledge and a love for learning. As a tutor, I am dedicated to helping you succeed whether it's helping you with homework or preparing for a test.
Chicago has some of the most beautiful colleges in America. Students come from all over the world to study all different sorts of subject. But what most of these students did not contemplate is the number of science classes they were going to have to enroll in. If this is you, then you might find yourself in a physics college course right now.
The worst thing about introduction to science college courses is the fact that there are so many students in the class. The majority of these students do not want to be in the class in the first place so they are all over the place. If you are actually trying to learn, this is not the best environment. Your professor just drones on and on as you sit there trying to stay awake. With physics tutoring in Chicago, you will get lively lessons that are made for you and your needs.
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We know that you are going to be pleased with your Chicago tutor because we spend so much time making sure their teaching style fits you like a gove. Chicago physics tutoring is what you are going to require to prevail in this class. Let our team of reps get to work for you and your academic success.