Physics Tutoring in NYC, Brooklyn, and Staten Island
At first, physics didn’t make any sense to me either. Before this, most of school is memorization and regurgitation, but physics is more of a way of thinking. After patiently working at it, something clicked and it transformed the way I look at the world. This was refined even more when I learned that calculus can be applied to solve more complicated problems. For me, Chemistry only made sense after I better understood the physics of how electrons act. This valuable method of thinking is applicable across many disciplines at the high school and college level. Interestingly, when you calculate the resultant vector in physics, you are just doing the Pythagorean Theorem. Most students learn this in 7th and 8th grade.
I will help your student understand physics and help prepare them for the Physics Regents, Physics Advanced Placement (AP), CLEP, or Physics SAT II Subject Test. A physics tutor can come to you in NYC, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens, or meet online. We have many practice tests and questions to go over that I always bring.
If you would like me to include the interdisciplinary nature of the course, contact me and let me know that you are interested in my multi-year long term math/science plan. I also offer small groups for some endeavors.
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Physics Regents Prep Course
12-week course that starts in March/April with an option to start in a smaller group than 5 students before March. Physics Regents Prep classes run once a week for about an hour and fifteen minutes for at least 12 weeks from late March until June, right before the Physics Regents exam. We cover all of the topics of Regents Physics and focus on specific topics in which students in that specific class have trouble. We take several full-length physics regents practice tests so that the real test will be more routine that it would be otherwise.
Initially, students may start earlier in smaller groups. Classes more than once a week may overlap in content, but this is ideal for a complex topic like physics. Price is typically about 50 per class, and it may be more or less depending on the size of the lessons your student attends.
We determine the time based on the students who sign up early and give us their schedule. After signup, you will receive an email asking what times are available for lessons. John wrote a program that finds overlap times. This makes scheduling very easy and based on you.
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After checkout, you will be emailed Goals and Availability (password future), which will ask for any other information necessary for us to give optimal lessons and make optimal groups. If you don't receive the email, you can fill it out here. It takes most parents less than 5 minutes.