Physics Tutoring

If your student is taking physics or A.P. Physics and seems to be having difficulties, be comforted in knowing that you're not alone. Many students come to us seeking physics tutoring or A.P. Physics tutoring, indicating issues in reaching good or even passing grades in the class. For some students, they are able to do many of the problems and get the correct answers, but ask the typical student about the underlying concepts regarding the solution of the physics problem, and they may not fully be able to explain them. This is where an exceptional, confident physics tutor or A.P. Physics tutor can step in and really make a difference in the academic performance of the student.

What sets apart students learning physics on their own and students learning physics with the help of a physics tutor is active learning. With the help of a mentor, the student with a tutor is getting a more active learning experience, meaning the student is more engaged in the concepts behind the problems and equations associated with physics and A.P. Physics. In this way, physics tutoring can actually fill-in-the-blanks that seem to be missing for the student in class. This serves as a more complete learning experience for the student, resulting in better test scores, better homework results, and ultimately a better grade in the class.

The best part for a student in having a physics tutor is that the student has someone they can actively discuss issues with their class. Too often, students can be intimidated by teachers whose doors are open to discussion, however the students may not feel their teacher is approachable for said discussion. By relying on a mentor to facilitate the missing discussion and engage the student in active learning, the student will have an advantage in their physics or A.P. Physics class and perform better, thanks to the passionate teachings of their physics tutor.

Below are some of the concepts that our physics tutors specialize in:

  • Principles of Motion
  • Work, Energy, and Power
  • Circular Motion
  • Oscillations and Gravitation
  • Kinetic Theory and Thermodynamics
  • Electricity and Magnetism
  • Waves and Optics
  • Atomic and Nuclear Physics

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