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SchoolTutoring Academy offers Science – Physics tutoring across all cities in the U.S. and Canada. Please call us at 1-877-545-7737 (PREP) to schedule tutoring with any of our available tutors.

Tutoring Options: All Subjects >> Science >> Physics
Aaron B. – Physics Tutor – Louisville, TN
Cleveland State UniversityElectrical Engineering
“I believe that most people are capable of learning any subject of interest as long as the information is presented at the proper pace and in a way that is familiar and doesn’t skip steps.”
Adam R. – Physics Tutor – Winnipeg, MB
McGill UniversityPre-Medicine
“Students learn in a variety of ways.”
Alex D. – Physics Tutor – Niagara Falls, ON
University of WaterlooBachelor’s Degree In Science, majoring in physics and mathematics
“I feel schooling, but in particular the more general idea of education, to be vastly important to one’s future.”
Alex S. – Physics Tutor – Leamington, ON
University of WaterlooApplied Mathematics and Computer Science
“I find that each student has a preferred learning style and, by working to their strengths, I can help them learn best.”
Alexander M. – Physics Tutor – Toronto, ON
McGill UniversityMathematics
“I am profoundly committed to a career of effective teaching and fostering scholarly activity.”
Alexander A. – Physics Tutor – Huntington Beach, CA
University of CaliforniaMath
“Education should be a tool to empower students to reach their fullest potential.”
Alfred E. – Physics Tutor – Saint John, NB
Royal Military College of CanadaElectrical Engineering
“Listening, Observing, and Doing leads to learning.”
Alyssa C. – Physics Tutor – Cleveland, OH
University of WashingtonBiology
“I believe that with the right teacher a spark of interest can be started with any student.”
Amala J. – Physics Tutor – Calgary, AB
University of QuebecPhysics, Chemistry, Biology
“I am a person who is passionate in sharing my knowledge and experiences for my students.”
Amber B. – Physics Tutor – La Fontaine, IN
Huntington UniversityChemistry
“I have a passion for science and teaching students about the world around them, particularly in the areas of chemistry and physics.”
Amy C. – Physics Tutor – Vancouver, BC
University of British ColumbiaChemistry
“My primary teaching philosophy is to be inquisitive and enthusiastic about the subjects I am teaching in order to encourage students to be the same.”
Andrea W. – Physics Tutor – Raleigh, NC
Duke UniversityFamily Nurse Practitioner
“Education is fundamental to personal growth, whether it be through formal educational systems or through informal life and work experience.”
Ann B. – Physics Tutor – Farmington, MI
Madonna UniversityMath
“There are many methods for doing most problems in math. I believe in showing my students the simplest method so that it will help them be as successful as possible.”
Ardiana C. – Physics Tutor – Brampton, ON
University of Western OntarioMathematics
“Implementing new learning strategies successfully and continually, during classroom teaching or private tutoring.
Ashley L. – Physics Tutor – Miami Lakes, FL
Brown UniversityFrench Literature
“Learning a foreign language in this era is key to success in a global market.”
Ben H. – Physics Tutor – Waterloo, ON
Mount Allison UniversityBiochemistry
“The best learning involves focus and brain work, but it should always be fun and rewarding.”
Brendan B. – Physics Tutor – Woodbridge, CA
University of Notre DamePh.D. Physics
“I try to explain concepts in a way so that I can see that “aha!” moment for students.”
Brian H. – Physics Tutor – Waldport, OR
University of Nevada, RenoBiochemistry
“I like to serve as a facilitator and motivator for those pursuing their own path of education.”
Brittany D. – Physics Tutor – North Bay, ON
Laurentian UniversityKinesiology
“Through my 10 years of post-secondary school experience I have found the most efficient way of becoming academically successful is to determine the best way for each student to learn and individualize lessons.”
Casey T. – Physics Tutor – Peterborough, ON
Trent UniversityPsychology
“My philosophy is to make learning fun for every single student.”
Catherine A. – Physics Tutor – Dallas, TX
University of Texas, DallasChemistry
“My personal educational philosophy is that everyone deserves a chance to excel to their educational potential no matter the situation at hand.”
Cheryl M. – Physics Tutor – Cape Girardeau, MO
Southeast Missouri State University Biology & Education
“I believe that all students can reach their learning potential when given the proper tools and assistance.”
Chi S. – Physics Tutor – Toronto, ON
University of Surrey, UKApplied Educational Studies in Education and Training
“If fundamentals are clear, the subject becomes easier to understand.”
Chris P. – Physics Tutor – Littleton, CO
University of ColroadoSociology
“Everyone learns differently, and we need to identify what is the most effective methodology of conveying and retaining new information.”
Christina E. – Physics Tutor – Hermitage, PA
Westminster CollegeMathematics
“I believe that a teacher should be dedicated to their students, have a strong work ethic, and be adaptable to differing situations.”
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