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Receive personally tailored Physics lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Are concepts such as torque or thermodynamics threatening to cause you to fall behind in your physics class? Perhaps you understand most of the concepts you have covered so far in class, but you want to have them solidified more in your mind before your final exam. Either way, a private tutor may be a good option to consider. Varsity Tutors can help you connect with an experienced physics tutor in Los Angeles, California. Your tutor can be flexible to your schedule, working with you at a place and time of your choice (online or in person). Together, you can cover areas like linear momentum, angular momentum, centripetal force, sound, and center of mass.

Los Angeles physics tutors can provide one-on-one attention that may not be possible in a classroom setting. Your tutor can walk you through concepts that you don't understand and skip topics you do understand. Perhaps you find Newton's laws of motion to be extremely easy, but you are unsure of your abilities when it comes to magnetic fields. Your tutor can then focus solely on magnetic fields and other topics of concern to you. They can also work through these areas at a pace at which you learn best. This allows for full absorption of the concepts being covered, and it also allows for plenty of time for questions. Unlike in a classroom setting, you can feel entirely comfortable asking multiple questions of your tutor until you are satisfied with your understanding of the topic.

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Physics Tutoring review by Melvin in Los Angeles, CA
During this session we went over the end of the previous exam we worked on and started an new one. The girls did really well. I saw them utilizing the advice I gave them last session which was good. I told them to finish the exam we started and if they had time to look at more practice exams. They seem to be doing very well. They said they feel more confident in the subject. Overall this session went well.
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Physics Tutoring review by Samuel in Los Angeles, CA
We continued to study for the student's physics final. We reviewed mostly e and m problems and focused on the right hand rule. The student should be ready for the final after tonight. We did some rapid strategy discussion at the end of studying. I would ask him how to solve a basic problem that each exam seemed to have and he was able to tell me how to do it.
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Physics Tutoring review by Kirby in Los Angeles, CA
Today in our final meeting we went through a list of 12 types of problems that the instructor gave the student that might be on the final exam tomorrow. He gave a list of 12 topics, and 6 of them will be on the test. We worked our way through these problems. After our session I found a few websites that show example problems similar to the problems he needs work on, and I will email those websites to him tonight so he can walk through those problems on his own. The final exam is tomorrow, I know he can pass this test!
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Physics Tutoring review by Anna in Los Angeles, CA
The student and I continued to review for her test on the chapters over uniform circular motion and work and energy. We used the work energy theorem to find various parameters; we also worked with kinetic energy, gravitational potential energy, acceleration, velocity, centripetal acceleration, radius of curvature.
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Physics Tutoring review by David in Los Angeles, CA
We began this session by incorporating a new type of energy (potential energy from a spring) into the lesson. We then proceeded to do several practice problems involving conservation of energy and Hooke's law.
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Physics Tutoring review by Raymond in Los Angeles, CA
Chapter 27, quick review of drift velocity from last week. Chapter 28, Magnetics. Discovering the electron experiment with CRT showing balancing operation of E and M(B) fields, particle deflection, and + or - charge. Right hand thumb rule for determining the direction of the magnetic force with the v X B (cross product). Hall effect experiment analysis. Single loop electric coil in magnetic field for a motor, a detailed exercise in polarities for charge carriers, EMF field, and B field. Example was clear enough to verify understanding of these polarities. Chapter 28 topics we thoroughly investigated were fundamentals and topics that the student asked to review. It was a good day.
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