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Private In-Home and Online Physics Tutoring in Troy, MI

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.

Let the educational directors at Varsity Tutors help you find a tutor in Troy, MI, who can guide you as you work to understand your physics course. When you start working with your physics tutor, they will evaluate your current knowledge of the subject, looking in particular for your strengths and weaknesses. With that information, the tutor can create a personalized study plan that aims to try to improve your physics knowledge and tries to correct any weaknesses that you have. Whether you've been having some trouble with projectile motion, angular momentum, balanced forces, Newton's Laws of Motion, or any other key components of physics, a skilled tutor could break things down for you so they might be easier to understand.

Our educational directors will match you with a physics tutor in Troy, MI, who is knowledgeable in a host of alternative teaching methods to best teach to your particular learning style. Unlike the classroom format, the entire tutoring experience is built around you and your educational needs, so you get the fastest possible results. Your tutor can also find plenty of ways to enhance your learning experience, such as showing you the real world applications of the physics concepts you're learning, helping you gain a deeper understanding of the subject. You'll receive plenty of positive reinforcement along the way to both keep you motivated and to build your confidence in your knowledge.

Varsity Tutors' educational directors can help students in Troy find independent, experienced physics tutors. To make things simple and convenient for you, you can set up your tutoring sessions anywhere you want, including in your home, after you finish up your classes for the day at your school, or even out at Jaycee Park so you can get some fresh air during your study session. If you prefer face-to-face online tutoring sessions, those are also an option, and you can set them up through the Varsity Tutors live learning platform.

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Physics Tutoring review by Nicholas in Troy, MI
The student and I discussed 2D kinematics. I told her that there are 5 variables of importance in all 2D kinematic problems: delta x, initial x velocity, final x velocity, x acceleration, and time We talked about how if you could find just 3 of the 5 for x or y, the rest of the variables in that dimension can be solved. Solving for t allows our y equations to add information about the x dimension (or vis versa). She and I also analyzed a parameterized graph of y versus x and deduced the forms of x vs t, y vs t, vx vs t, and vy vs t.
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Physics Tutoring review by Lucia in Troy, MI
Today was our first meeting. We discussed the current subject the student is working on. She just took a test on Newton's law. We then worked through a few problems involving tension and friction. It appears she needs to be guided to systematic problem solving applied to problems her teacher assigns and to variations on those problems. She will be supplying me scans of some problems so I can "tweak" to rearrange and ask similar problems but with different unknowns and knowns.
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Physics Tutoring review by Matjaz in Troy, MI
Today we covered several problems from statics, most of which included a possibility of rotation, therefore required the use of the law of net torque. That was in addition to the laws of net forces in all directions. The student is well versed in these problems and is getting really well prepared for the second midterm exam, which is up next week.
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Physics Tutoring review by Christine in Troy, MI
We reviewed for the student's upcoming quiz on the work-kinetic energy theorem by going through types of examples, starting from easy ones with objects on flat surfaces, and ending with more complicated examples of objects on ramps with friction. She feels very comfortable with conservation of energy and work done by friction, but she isn't yet comfortable with springs. She knows the general formulas for springs but has trouble setting up conservation of energy for ramps that include springs (determining where zero is). We will spend more time on that next time.
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Physics Tutoring review by Lauren in Troy, MI
We went over the next problem set for the student's class, which covered miscellaneous topics in travelling waves. Although there were few/no new concepts to cover, the problems were not very straightforward to decipher. The course material is moving away from constructive formulas towards arguments based on physical intuition, so we need to spend some time covering any gaps there as they arise, while still answering the questions.
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Physics Tutoring review by Deric in Troy, MI
We covered a variety of topics that ranged from clarification of multiple choice questions to working through some problems together. The primary focus was on friction and how it applies to situations throughout the world. It will be a lead in to centripetal force and acceleration, which will be coming along shortly. We concluded the session by working through a very long and complicated problem together in which she was able to accurately apply all of the fundamentals that she had learned while integrating some multi-variable equation solving to end at the right answer. She demonstrates that she is able to get through a very difficult problem by asking the right questions, making the right assumptions, and showing all of her work. This is something that will be very important as she moves on in her student career!
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