6 employees

10 years in business

Our team is very carefully selected with the following criteria: You must be a great teacher with lots of classroom and 1-on-1 experience. You must have at least a degree in physics, but some of us have master's degree's as well. You must have been involved or are currently involved in modern physics research.

Our teachers will connect with your student and make a bond that is much more than just the standard teacher/student relationship. We are mentors that help you find your passion. We can then help you navigate college applications and find relevant research internships so you can pursue your passion to the fullest.

We focus only on math and physics, if you need help with those subjects we are the top organization in San Francisco. We are not recent college graduates on their first job. We are working professionals that have decades of teaching and research experience. Let us teach you math the right way.

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San Francisco, CA 94121

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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

First I get to know them as a person. I like to know what their passions are so I can try and connect them to math and/or physics. It's very important that the student is comfortable in the lesson in order to learn most effectively. Then it's time to make sure all of the fundamental math skills are in place. For example very few students can properly add, subtract, multiply and divide fractions so I like to make sure that is in place. Any time I can connect the lesson to the natural world I do so.

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

B.S. Physics

M.S. Physics

15 years of high school, college and one on one teaching experience.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

$135/hr. We guarantee the first lesson so if for any reason it's not a good fit there is no fee.

How did you get started teaching?

I taught math, physics and astronomy at a high school in New Zealand.

What types of students have you worked with?

Every type you could possibly imagine.

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