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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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The study of physics has come a long way since the levers and buoyancy of Archimedes. Today it covers acoustics, astronomy, astrophysics, atomic physics, biophysics, chaos theory, molecular physics, and a large number of other concentrations. Simply put, physics isn't an area of study that you want to take lightly. The behavior and reactions of photons to friction, for example, isn't something that you're going to be able to handle with a cram session the night before a big test. If you're worried about falling behind, call the Varsity Tutors educational directors in Pittsburgh, PA, to find an expert physics tutor today.

We may find you a skilled tutor in Pittsburgh who may teach you both the knowledge you need to do well in physics and basic study skills that might help you succeed in all of your classes. Imagine having an expert on your team who may break down difficult concepts and keep you on track when it all begins to feel like too much. You'll feel more confident knowing you have that level of support behind you, and you'll feel better knowing you've taken the steps necessary to succeed. You'll also be able to ask as many questions as you want, without having to worry about looking like you've fallen behind. Your one-to-one tutoring sessions may be entirely focused on you and getting you up to speed on the laws of physics.

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Session Summaries by Physics Tutors

Physics Tutoring review by Melvin in Pittsburgh, PA
This was our final session. It was via videoconference. We again started looking at a new practice test and worked through the questions. The student did well. Overall this session went fine. I think with scrap paper and highlighting things he should be fine.
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Physics Tutoring review by David in Pittsburgh, PA
We covered gravitational forces, gravitational potential energy in space, gravitational acceleration and its relationship to orbits. This concept is very obscure and difficult to understand for most students, however, she had a much easier time with it than I expected. She still needs some review, but she seems to understand the basics and how to use the related equations.
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Physics Tutoring review by Beth in Pittsburgh, PA
The student and I reviewed problems about waves to prepare for her upcoming physics quiz. We covered the Doppler effect, harmonics, and properties of waves.
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Physics Tutoring review by Yongqing in Pittsburgh, PA
He has a physics test next week and has a not-so-well lab report written, so we went over both subjects. The lab report was about measuring position and velocity of a 1-D motion, with various cases of velocity and accelerations. The intention was to relate them with graphs, which could be difficult. So we went over how each graph should look like and wrote the reports according to the guidelines provided. We also went over his homework on 2-D motion. He had some difficulties at the beginning with the x- and y-components but gradually understood them as we practiced.
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Physics Tutoring review by Lee in Pittsburgh, PA
The student has a lab with a launcher. He had to launch a ball at 30 degrees, determine initial velocity, and then predict where it would go at 22 degrees. We went through the whole lab together. We then went through an entire practice test together. I feel like we got a lot done today.
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Physics Tutoring review by Brian in Pittsburgh, PA
The student has a test on velocity, acceleration, and freefall this week, so we spent our time reviewing these topics. I am pleased to say that she has improved considerably since our first meeting. She is now regularly able to parse word problems and find the information the problem provides, the information it requests, and choose the correct equation to solve the problem. We did not have sufficient time to practice multi-equation problems for very long, so this topic will have to be picked up after her exam. Overall, I feel we are moving in the right direction.
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