...so I believe my ability to connect and relate to students' common problems is a real positive. I like to approach every student as a person having a unique skill set and having different needs. Personally I believe it is important to build on strengths to overpower weaknesses, this also helps weaknesses or struggles be addressed even easier. I have a lot of experience tutoring informally for the fun of it to classmates, students that...
...am a Dartmouth graduate. I am currently working on my med and business endeavors. I have not only an interest, but a motivation to help others. I have helped students get into Ivy League schools as well as other top universities across the country with top scholarships. I tutor in all subjects from French to Essay Writing and Algebra to Chemistry! I want my students and tutees to see the value in themselves and know...
...always loved tutoring. My favorite subjects to tutor are math, physics, and computer science, but I really enjoy working with students of all ages in all subjects. I love it when I see the smile on other's faces when they finally understand the material and realize how fun learning is. I believe education is one of the most important gifts in life and that everybody should have the opportunity to be educated. One day, I...
...for Academic Success. I managed my own schedule, developed my own resources, and supported 10+ college classes ranging from Linear Algebra to English. In high school, I was a classroom assistant for Engineering for Kids, a national organization aimed at developing lesson plans to make STEM topics easy + fun! Plus, in my free time, I've enjoyed volunteer tutoring for the elementary-aged children of the Clarkston Community Center in DeKalb County, GA. Let's meet! Engineering...
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...for NuVasive, where I worked on developing machining processes for spinal correction implants. This is extremely rewarding as these parts help improve peoples lives by eliminating back pain! I also tutored at Wright State University in all mechanical engineering subjects as well as Calculus 1-3 and physics. I find tutoring extremely enjoyable as I try to keep a laid back atmosphere while diving into these difficult subjects. I love relating these ideas to the real...
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...so I have a large amount of experience helping students understand difficult concepts in physics and other STEM subjects. As such, my primary subjects that I tutor are STEM subjects, especially math, physics, and other subjects within the realm of mechanical engineering. I love helping students understand difficult concepts. One of my joys in life is seeing the "light bulb come on" when a student makes the connection that helps them understand a previously incomprehensible...
I love sharing knowledge! Getting to work with students of all ages and share my passion for the subjects I teach is an amazing opportunity. I hope that by tutoring students in these subjects they begin to love learning, and enjoy to challenge of mastering a new skill!
...University of Florida for my B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. all in Materials Science & Engineering with a focus on Metallurgy. Since then I have worked in the aerospace industry before branching out into consulting. I grew up around teachers, my mom having taught nearly every subject imaginable except science in a middle school setting. This sparked my love of learning and teaching. I have sought experience around the classroom, tutoring officially and unofficially since high...
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I received my Ph.D. degree from the University of British Columbia. With a career path traversing medicine, biomedical research and education, my goal is to facilitate students learning science, biology and human body. I have helped more than a thousand students including middle school & high school students, undergraduates, graduates, adults, and seniors.
...is Adel. I received my Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from New York University in December 2016. I am expert in teaching math and physics at any level from elementary to graduate. In particular, I teach: Algebra I and II, AP calculus, Calculus I and II, Geometry, Differential equations, Physics I and II, Linear Algebra, Mechanical Engineering courses and etc. Let me know if you are also interested in learning any type of coding programs such...
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...a Senior Laser Systems Engineer working at ASML. I completed a PhD at New York University in Materials Chemistry, and a post doctoral appointment at the Naval Research Laboratory through the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. I do this to satisfy my love of teaching around my work schedule! My experience and background are heavy in math, physics, materials science, chemistry, lasers, and experimental design. If you want to learn more about me,...
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I am a recent graduate with a degree in mechanical and materials engineering with a minor in mathematics. I have years of tutoring experience teaching college students Calculus 1, 2, and 3, as well as other engineering subjects like Linear Circuits Analysis and Statics. I also have experience tutoring elementary, middle, and high school aged students. I would love to help you achieve all of your goals through hard work and my help!
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Materials science is the study of the physical properties of compounds on multiple levels, and the ways that those properties can be applied. Building synthesized medications, metal alloys, plastics, and biomaterials has the potential to revolutionize multiple fields of study and modernize industrial procedures. The application and development of nanotechnology within materials science compounds the potential of the field. Essentially, students of materials science must hold the skill set to maintain their balance on the cutting edge of scientific innovation and discovery.
The field of materials science is currently blossoming, creating numerous new jobs and flaunting new applications in modern technology. The appeal of the field is understandable. We have never before had the technology to investigate structural properties at the atomic and molecular scopes. Materials science is derived from a combination of mathematics, statistical analysis, chemistry, and physics. All of these subjects that make up material are challenging subjects on their own, let alone in conjunction. Building theoretical models of material applications, developing synthesis methods and analytical procedures, and interpreting experimental results all fall well within the skill set of a materials scientist. If you find yourself struggling with any aspect of your studies, Varsity Tutors can help you connect with a materials science tutor to help ensure that you get the assistance needed to meet your academic goals.
The wealth of information that materials scientists are expected to master can easily become overwhelming. Tutors are dedicated to making this information accessible to you. When you begin materials science tutoring, your instructor can evaluate your specific strengths and weaknesses in the field to develop lessons custom-tailored to your particular needs. He or she can cater to your unique learning style, presenting concepts in the most intuitive ways possible and making sessions effective. Considering the span of concepts covered in materials science, from thermodynamics to polymer chemistry to physiology, it is not uncommon for different students to have drastically different needs. Oftentimes, professors simply do not have the time to address these unique needs individually. With private tutoring, however, you can have the focused attention of a professional educator who is well-versed in the specific subject matter that you want to review. Working in a one-on-one setting allows you to receive immediate feedback and strategic advice from your tutor to maximize your performance on exams and in your research. In addition, these one-on-one lessons also allow you to control the pace of every session. If there are concepts that are hard to understand, you can have your private tutor spend extra time trying to explain these subjects in a way that makes sense to you. On the other hand, theories that you already know can be skipped over, ensuring that you spend your time efficiently.
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Recent Materials Science Tutoring Session Notes
Today we went over cell cycle, mitosis, meiosis, DNA & RNA replication, protein synthesis, Mendel's basic genetic and Punnett squares. For every chapter, we would do the end of chapter questions together to ensure that the student understand the materials well. He felt more confident with the concepts.
For the first hour, the student and I went reviewed the remainder of his geometry review sheet. We then spent the rest of the time reviewing for his biology exam. The student noted that he scored a 94 on his most recent math test and that his grade is improving. He has a solid understanding of both math and biology, and I fully expect him to do well on his upcoming exams.
The student and I reviewed for her exam on Monday. We covered the respiratory system, the digestive system, and the circulatory system, as well as a review of cell respiration from glycolysis to the electron transport chain. We conducted an introduction to endocrine, which is her next unit.
The student worked on a project that he had for biology. The project was covering the life cycle of phosphate. He researched the subject and we discussed how he would lay out his poster. He filled out his worksheet covering all of the questions he had to answer on his poster and he wrote up the questions in paragraph form to paste on his poster. When I left, all he had left to do was to print and paste. We also reviewed his math homework. He finished his math homework while I was there and had it ready to turn in.
Began the student's review for his finals this session focused primarily on biology. Started with the first two sections of his review, creating sheets and study guides based on major points outlined on his final review guide.
I had the student use a systematic physiology approach to learn about each organ system in view of how it operates in cooperation with the rest of our body. I gave hypothetical instances where she would have to describe what system was out of balance, why it was out of balance, how the body would use its various organs to compensate, and when the body would know it had reached homeostasis. Organ systems covered in this lesson - all organs were taught, but some were emphasized more than others - includes the renal, vascular, cardiac, hepatic, GI, and nervous. Our next session will focus more on the endocrine and GI systems. She is doing well. No concerns.