Math & Physics Tutoring

Math & Physics Tutoring

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Offers online services
Offers online services


I'm a twenty-five-year-old doctoral student in physics at the University of Iowa. I have four years of experience as a teaching assistant and five years of experience as a tutor. I have tutored students in dozens of different math and physics subjects.

I enjoy helping students of all ages achieve their academic goals. These subjects are often needlessly confusing, and I like to explain things as simply as possible.


1 employee
1 year in business
Serves Iowa City, IA
Offers online services


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Brian H.

Great tutor!
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December 14, 2022

Jennifer B.

James has been a phenomenal tutor for my daughter. Hes been extremely patient and is very knowledgeable about a large variety of subjects. My daughters grades have improved drastically since she started working with him.
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December 05, 2022

Frequently asked questions

I like to start with a discussion about the student's academic goals and skills. We can then develop the lesson plan most appropriate for the student.

I'm a doctoral student in theoretical physics at the University of Iowa. I specialize in quantum information and quantum computing. I have four years of experience as a teaching assistant and five years of experience as a tutor. I received bachelor's degrees in mathematics and physics from Kansas State University.

I charge $25 per hour for lessons. 30 minute lessons are $15.

I started teaching as a student at Kansas State University. I was a teaching assistant for an algebra course, and I was also a mathematics tutor for the university.

I have primarily tutored college students, but I enjoy working with younger students as well.

I taught a college lab course this semester for physics majors. The material was interesting, and several students referred to me as "Corona With Lime."

I would advise a student to find a teacher who is patient, encouraging, and invested. You also want a teacher who has a strong understanding of the material and can explain it clearly.

Students should simply identify areas they want to improve and think about how a teacher could help them.

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