NissyLet’s crack Physics together + test prep + solving numericals
Do you find Physics daunting? Have you ever wondered if you could ever crack those Physics problems in a giffy? Do you want to develop a flavour for Physics? Let’s give it a shot together. I have a PhD in Physics and have taught Physics and science to students in school and undergrads.
SeanAdvanced Tutoring in Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics
Having conducted international-level experimental and theoretical scientific research for many years (PhD University of Cambridge, National Physical Laboratory, Max-Planck Institute, KUL, and UCL) I offer tailored and adaptive tutoring in mathematics, chemistry, and physics. My main focus is in helping those pupils in their final two years of school who are preparing for university. I also specialize in preparing students for the Belgian medical entrance exam by actually solving the problems of all the past entrance exams and providing tips and insight for rapidly homing in on the correct answers. My philosophy is that science and mathematics can be related to each person's everyday experience. I try to provide insight and solid foundations so that students will not have to rely heavily on blindly memorizing large sections of their courses.
DóraMath and chemistry classes for high school students
During my classes, I help children understand these complex subjects as well as give them real-life examples to further understand the topics. I've been tutoring math and chemistry in high school and also during my university studies to high school students. As a chemical engineer student, I have a deep insight into both topics and as a young individual, I understand what other teenagers might find difficult about math and chemistry. During high school, I went to the British School of Brussels for a year, and now I am attending my courses at KU Leuven in English, therefore I speak perfect scientific English. I love children, I occasionally babysit.
EmmaMaths, Physics or Chemistry tutoring for everyone, in English or in French
I graduated from one on the top french engineering school (ESPCI) where I studied applied mathematics, physics and chemistry. I gave lessons to students from high school but also university students for several years. I can adapt the lesson according to the student needs: it can be homework help as well as going over a subject, but also to go further than what the student has been taught in classes. I can give exercices between the different lessons and the student can contact me if he or she has questions or an issue with his or her homework. I can teach in english and in french but not in dutch.
GaryChemistry (IB SL/HL, A-level, EB, iGCSE), mathematics and other sciences
I am a friendly and approachable qualified teacher from Oxford university (PGCE) with experience of teaching the chemistry IB and EB programs here in Brussels as well as A level chemistry in the U.K. I also have a PhD and masters degree in chemistry and worked as a chemist in various industries. I am able to tutor maths and other sciences if need be. I can certainly help with revision, exam technique, deeper understanding, knowledge gap analysis and cater for your individual needs and goals whether you are completely struggling or want to aim even higher.
WojtekMath, Physics, Statistics, Python, English
I have been successfully preparing student for classes and exams for over 4 years. I focus of student's needs and tailor teaching method for each individual. I teach mostly university students, though I can also teach younger and older people. I have finished my Bachelor studies in Mechanical Engineering one year faster than I was supposed to, which gives my excellent background to teach math, physics, python and statistics. Currently I'm studying Artificial Intelligence at KULeuven. I also have the Certificate of Proficiency in English (C2 level), which proves my deep knowledge about English.
Houssem EddineA Maths teacher teaches Maths, Algebra and Geometry
An experienced teacher at your disposal for: - Methodology adapted to all levels. - Upgrading. - Consolidation of achievements. - Preparation for an examination / competition (CEB, CE1D, CESS.etc). - Help with homework and lessons. - Complementary exercises and review as controls and exams approach. - Advice and supervision at the level of working methods. - Recommended teaching methods. Currently, I am doing my maths aggregation. I am already an electromechanical engineer, graduated as a senior technician in electronics and electrical engineering and who passed my bachelor's degree in mathematics with honors. I teach in different technical fields and especially mathematics, algebra and electronics. At the level of my teaching methods, I use those that are advised pedagogically, I always try to explain and detail as much as possible the courses and I do not pass to the following stages until after making sure that the student understood what I explained. As a teacher, I already have a good experience teaching with students for 6 years. What is certain, I make sure to always go as far as possible to explain the exercises.
MariaConceptual Physics: What do physics concepts look like without those lengthy exhausting calculations?
A physics class with emphasis on logical reasoning and concepts with less stress on mathematical forms. It gives you access to physical principles through engaging you with analogies, interactive simulations, and imagery of real world situations. What do physics concepts look like without those lengthy exhausting calculations? You'll find out in this class.
ChristianPhysics tutoring for Cambridge International AS & A Levels
My name is Christian, and I have a masters degree in Chemistry (Biomolecular sciences), and obtained a PhD in developmental Biology. For several years now I have been tutoring students for chemistry, math and physics. Among these quite a few followed the Cambridge international course. And perhaps I can help you too? Although my lessons are given online, the teaching is approached in a personal and lively way. To keep it simple and dynamic I make use of a marker and a whiteboard, and we would have an atmosphere that's in a way comparable to meeting at home. There's many possible reasons for a student to go look for tutoring, and many have different ways of studying. I'm always very involved with the student's goals and progress, and am optimistic and easily approachable in nature. In my experience there's always a safe and motivating atmosphere during the lessons, which works contagiously; understanding of the subject grows, but also a lot of confidence is gained! I'd love to hear from you!
MounirExcellence Math, Physics, Chemistry - 19 average - New program 2022
Give your child the future he deserves. Graduated from Arts et Métiers ParisTech / 20/20 in mathematics at the Bac / preparatory class / Private teacher for 10 years Do you want to significantly increase your child's mathematical average? Do you want it to integrate a selective course? Do you want it to become autonomous? For 5 years, I have helped more than 30 French students in difficulty from middle school (sixth, fifth, fourth, third) and high school (second, first, final) to achieve their goals (good average, patent, bac, PREPA) and to regain self-confidence. My method in 3 points: - short term, significantly increase the average by assimilating the course and preparing for the next tests (assimilating the course, writing sheets, training in standard exercises, anticipating the teacher's expectations and test questions, having writing methods) - medium term, integrate reasoning and working methods (learn to work regularly in this order: assimilation, training exercise, test preparation and test analysis passes) - long-term, set a goal, build the steps to achieve this goal, become aware of the SIMPLICITY of math, have confidence in your abilities, unlock your potential) The formula: one or two sessions of 1h30/2h per week for the assimilation of the course and to prepare for the test. - Classes on Google Meet - Virtual whiteboard to assimilate faster - Library of 10 books online - More than 1000 exos online Questions ? Contact me and I will answer you.
LinaMath: Differential, Integral and Multivariable Calculus tutor over the past 8 years.
I specialize in tutoring Math from Basic to Advanced. I will help you preparing an exam, solving homework, learning a new topic or strengthening some previous knowledge. I don't want the student to memorize but to understand and being able to apply the concepts. I can help with Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Algegra, Linear Algebra, Multivariable calculus, Differential equations, Trigonometry, Statistics and Probability.
JuliaPersonal Coaching for Pupils and Students, and Lesson in Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology
Together we find your individualised pathway of success. We will figure out your aims and develop the plan to get there together. I will motivate you to keep up with your practice and offer individualised teaching in all subjects (pupils) or biology/biotechnology/biochemistry (students). I can support your children during everyday school work and offer individual teaching.
AymenChemistry and Physics IGCSE, Chemistry AS and A Levels, IB, Chemistry AP, General Chemistry and Advanced Organic Chemistry.
IGCSE Chemistry Content Overview: 1 The particulate nature of matter 2 Experimental techniques 3 Atoms, elements and compounds 4 Stoichiometry 5 Electricity and chemistry 6 Chemical energetics 7 Chemical reactions 8 Acids, bases and salts 9 The Periodic Table 10 Metals 11 Air and water 12 Sulfur 13 Carbonates 14 Organic chemistry As and A level Chemistry Content overview: Physical chemistry 1 Atoms, molecules and stoichiometry 2 Atomic structure 3 Chemical bonding 4 States of matter 5 Chemical energetics 6 Electrochemistry 7 Equilibria 8 Reaction kinetics Inorganic chemistry 9 The Periodic Table: chemical periodicity 10 Group 2 11 Group 17 12 An introduction to the chemistry of transition elements 13 Nitrogen and sulfur Organic chemistry and analysis 14 An introduction to organic chemistry 15 Hydrocarbons 16 Halogen derivatives 17 Hydroxy compounds 18 Carbonyl compounds 19 Carboxylic acids and derivatives 20 Nitrogen compounds 21 Polymerisation 22 Analytical techniques 23 Organic synthesis IB Chemistry Content Overview: Core 1. Stoichiometric relationships 2. Atomic structure 3. Periodicity 4. Chemical bonding and structure 5. Energetics/thermochemistry 6. Chemical kinetics 7. Equilibrium 8. Acids and bases 9. Redox processes 10. Organic chemistry 11. Measurement and data processing Additional higher level (AHL) 12. Atomic structure 13. The periodic table—the transition metals 14. Chemical bonding and structure 15. Energetics/thermochemistry 16. Chemical kinetics 17. Equilibrium 18. Acids and bases 19. Redox processes 20. Organic chemistry 21. Measurement and analysis Option A. Materials B. Biochemistry C. Energy D. Medicinal chemistry IGCSE Physics Content Overview: 1 General physics 2 Thermal physics 3 Properties of waves, including light and sound 4 Electricity and magnetism 5 Atomic physics Advanced Organic Chemistry Content Overview: 1. Carbon Compounds and Chemical Bonds 2. Representative Carbon Compounds: Functional Groups, Infrared Spectroscopy, & Intermolecular Force 3. An Introduction to Organic Reactions: Acids and Bases 4. Alkanes: Nomenclature, Conformational Analysis, & An Intro to Synthesis 5. Stereochemistry: Chiral Molecules 6. Ionic Reactions - Nucleophilic Substitution & Elimination Reactions: Alkyl Halides 7. Alkenes & Alkynes: Properties & Synthesis, Elimination Reactions of Alkyl Halides 8. Alkenes & Alkynes II: Addition Reaction 9. Spectroscopic Methods of Structure Determination 10. Radical Reactions 11. Alcohols & Ethers 12. Alcohols from Carbonyl Compounds, Oxidation-Reduction & Organometallic Compounds 13. Conjugated Unsaturated Systems 14. Aromatic Compounds 15. Reactions of Aromatic Compounds 16. Aldehydes & Ketones I: Nucleophilic Additions to the Carbonyl Group 17. Aldehydes & Ketones II: Enolates & Enols Aldol & Alkylation Reactions 18. Carboxylic Acids & Their Derivatives: Nucleophilic Substitution at the Acyl Carbon 19. Synthesis & Reactions of a-Dicarbonyl Compounds: More Chemistry of Enolate Ions 20. Amines 21. Phenols & Aryl Halides: Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution 22. Carbohydrates 23. Lipids 24. Amino Acids & Proteins 25. Nucleic Acids & Protein Synthesis
OumarMaths Complete Supervision: Courses and Exercises Evaluations, all levels
Mathematics, a discipline that requires a lot of skill and rigor from an early age, is our focal point par excellence for forging scientists. Likewise the physical sciences which are the applications of the first gray of the sciences. I am an experienced Mathematics teacher in middle and secondary education with more than 10 years of experience. I have taken up several challenges with students losing their bearings or lacking self-confidence with distance school supervision. Teaching science is a profession of passion, a burden that is very unpassionate to us. I am very available and very attached to the smiles of a student and his parents filled with joy by satisfaction. At your disposal to take up major challenges. Thank you
VictorPrivate lessons in Maths and Statistics - English or Spanish
Hello, my name is Víctor and I am graduated in Mathematics with a Master's Degree in Applied Statistics. Mathematics is a huge science area and I consider that a way to understand the maths and its complexity is throw exercises. However, the first step is to know the theoretical aspects. The lessons will be organized in two parts: the first one will be theoretical and the second one practical. The objective is to have a quick view of the theory applied in each exercise in order to be able to use it in similar exercise.