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Do not hesitate: try and see, support your teaching. Save your time learning and achieve better results. Invest in yourself! Satisfaction guaranteed! === I Offer: 1. Primary school, high school: - Help with current physics lessons, preparation for tests, cards, exams, matura/high school graduation test, - Extending the knowledge acquired at school and the student's interests, - Lessons are conducted based on the current needs of the student and teacher at school, - When learning physics, we often make up for the necessary elements in mathematics, if the student requires it, - If the student has no arrears (or we have caught up with it), we make the material forward. As a result, the students do not have a problem in the lessons, and they receive positive marks for their activity - my observations show that with such lessons, students do the best in the class. 2. Studies: - Classical Physics: Mechanics, Electricity and Magnetism, Thermodynamics; - Solid state physics - Physics of the nucleus, atom and elementary particles, - Quantum mechanics, - Condensed phase physics, Low temperature physics; - Physical chemistry, Reports, analisys, physical laboratories 1, 2 === How does the online lesson looks like? I connect with the student via Skype. We work on an interactive board on which both me and the student can write on. I have a graphic tablet, so my notes are like on paper. I paste photos / scans of tasks directly on the board (photos attached). After the lesson, I send the entire lesson to the student in PDF format. The student can write with the mouse, can write on a regular piece of paper, can write via tablet, you can also purchase a graphic tablet, it is not necessary but highly recommended in longer cooperation. === See u!
Mechanical engineering · Thermodynamics · Physics
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Math · Physics · Chemistry
Trusted teacher: 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'll get back to you within minutes.
Math · Physics · Chemistry
Trusted teacher: We are two math and physics tutors and help with homework for all levels up to university. We give our private lessons online via zoom. We have decided to create a common profile in order to best meet the demands of our students and thus ensure the most adequate support according to their profile and expectations. Alejandro: I am a master's student in sustainable development. Before that I obtained my Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering at EPFL. I offer math / physics courses for students who need help to follow their courses as well as those in search of improvement. Elea: I graduated from the school of speech therapy (speech therapy) at La Sorbonne University in Paris in July. Before my training, I obtained my scientific baccalaureate with honors, and completed a year of preparation for speech therapy competitions. I thus have a scientific and literary background allowing me to support your child in all the subjects of his school curriculum. I would like to point out that I am offering private lessons here in a school setting and not speech therapy sessions which are part of the care. Nevertheless, my training allows me to demonstrate a pedagogy taking into account the profile of your child. Comprehensive and methodical, we personalize our lessons to be able to provide solid support to our students. Our courses allow you to acquire methods of reflection and resolution of exercises to better tackle these subjects. Our goal is to help our students gain confidence and skills in the targeted subjects, so they can face the exams with confidence. Are you not convinced of the effectiveness of online courses? We invite you to ask us for more information on the course of the distance learning courses, guaranteeing you a safe learning.
Math · Physics · French
Physics · Chemistry · Math
Trusted teacher: 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
Chemistry · Organic chemistry · Physics
Trusted teacher: I have a PhD in Mechanical Engineering and currently I work as a post-doctoral researcher in Aerospace Engineering Faculty of TU Delft (Delft University of Technology). I have ample experience in teaching all the courses related to Engineering such as - Mathematics (algebra, probability, calculus, differential equations, intellectual math, and advanced engineering mathematics), - Mechanical engineering courses (Statics, Dynamics, Mechanics of materials, Mechanical design, control, vibration, Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat transfer, Engineering drawing, Applied Mechanics, Composite Structures, Flight, Machine Elements, Manufacturing, 3D printing, etc), - Physics (mechanics, momentum and energy, electricity, charge and current, electric and magnetic fields, waves, particle physics, nuclear decay, astrophysics, cosmology, oscillations, etc), - CAD/CAM software (Autocad, Solidworks), and - Mechanical design packages (ANSYS, APDL programming, ABAQUS, MATLAB, Symbolic MATLAB, LS-DYNA). My more specific research and teaching interests are: • Additive manufacturing • Mechanical metamaterials • Acoustical metamaterials • Electromagnetic metamaterials • Aeroacoustics • Soft matter and soft robotics • Fatigue and fracture mechanics • Experimental mechanics • Multiscale numerical modelling • Biomaterials • Porous materials • Manufacturing of medical devices and implants • Deep learning • Image processing • Topology optimization • Origami and Kirigami structures • Self-folding and self-assembly structures • Tissue engineering • Permeability in porous materials • Fluid-Solid Interaction Not all the teachers are good at teaching Engineering and Mathematics courses and informing the students about the importance of what they are learning. That is why mathematical based engineering courses (such as Statics or Strength of Materials) are mostly boring for the students. The other problem that many students have with courses with strong mathematical background is that their mathematical basis is weak and therefore they cannot follow the course. I usually try to start my course from the basics and therefore actively engage as many students as possible in the class (even the weak ones). I also usually try to inform the students about the importance of what they are learning in the class by giving them some examples. This makes them more inspired and interested into what they are learning. If you have extra questions before starting a class, don't hesitate to ask me :)
Math · Mechanical engineering · Physics
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Mounir
Mounir has been tutoring my daughter for a few months (French syllabus, 3eme - Brevet level). She loves the lessons and looks forward to their weekly Zoom meeting. Mounir easily builds a good rapport with his students and makes lessons interesting and fun, building confidence along the way. He is methodical and organised in his approach and makes sure to go over any aspects of the lessons which may have been less well covered in class, leaving the student with a solid grasp of the entire syllabus. He also recommended alternative revision cards and exercise books with corrections which my daughter finds much more user friendly than the ones provided at her school. Overall a very satisfactory experience and we would recommend Mounir without hesitation to anyone looking for an excellent maths tutor.
Review by PASCALE
Professionelle Nachhilfe in Physik für Studenten (+ LaTeX) (Paris)
Robert
The experience with Robert was great and I highly recommend him. The experience with Apprentus, however, was the opposite. If you want to try a single class, they charge you a "membership fee" that costs about the same as the class itself... If you want to avoid the membership fee you have to buy packages of 5 or 10 classes... These fees appear only once you have already been in touch with your teacher and you probably don't want to cancel your meeting anymore. Such hidden fees that appear only at the very end of the booking are anything but customer friendly... So my message is mixed: go for Robert, but not for Apprentus...
Review by NICHOLAS
Math Tutoring (Boswell-Beta/CCVX (VWO) Math A/B/C /IB/GCSE A-levels/ SAT) (Amsterdam)
Kollol
I fully recommend Kollol as a tutor. I had to prepare for the advanced Maths exam in 2 months and it was very challenging for me because I haven't done Maths for 3 years and also I haven't done it in English and also advanced. Kollol helped me with all subjects that I struggled with, explained to me everything very properly, was very patient and helpful, and was sending me additional exercises when I asked him to. Moreover, he was always available to help me outside the class which I appreciate a lot. He was a great teacher for me and I again I really recommend him as a tutor! :)
Review by KLAUDIA