Sessions consist of working through material that the student would like to focus on by providing insight and guidance to the problem solving process, detailing the underlying concepts at work, not merely showing the required equations and plugging in values. My goal is to provide each student with the same problem-solving skills that I have obtained throughout my years of studying Physics and Mathematics. I offer advice that is not just applicable to an individual course, but also builds up ...

Subjects

ACT Math

algebra 1

algebra 2

astronomy

calculus

differential equations

geometry

Mathematica

physics

prealgebra

precalculus

SAT math

SAT reading

statistics

I am currently enrolled in a PhD program for theoretical Physics. I received college credit for Statistics my senior year of high school by making a qualifying score on the AP exam (4 out of 5). I deal with statistical mechanics of particle motion as part of my thesis work and would be happy to tutor both high school and college-level introductory statistic courses.