ChristianePrivate math lessons in French by shared interactive whiteboard
I give remote math lessons, in French, by shared interactive board for high school and high school students. I am an architect civil engineer and I have been teaching for 8 years. The most important thing for me is to personalize the lessons, to guide the student so that he understands the subject by himself, so that he manages to organize his work, to structure his reasoning, to manage his time, to manage his stress and finally to gain confidence in him. All this is done by adapting the course to its type of learning, putting all our energy to target and overcome blockages, and finally achieve autonomy. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to write me, I will be happy to answer you as soon as possible.
PaulineTutoring in maths, biology and chemistry - Middle school/ High school
Currently in my second year of a Bachelor in Bioengineering at EPFL, I offer tutoring from middle school to highschool level in maths, biology and chemistry. I also offer help to prepare for tests and exams. I practice these classes daily and I always had excellent grades in them. I am also used to helping struggling students. I mainly work with problem solving to understand where the difficulties come from and work on them with the student. It allows the student to develop an excellent understanding of the theory, as well as a nice inventory of classic problems, often asked during tests.
Loïc ArthurMaths, physics and French lessons for students up to gymnasium and French for seniors looking to improve their proficiency level.
I help people from primary to gymnasium improve their proficiency level in french at writting and speaking. And because i have a background in Engeneering studies i can also help in Mathematics and physics. Same goes with adults willing to learn french and for those who needsto start with the basics in English
IsmaelTutoring of physics and mathematics at all levels by EPFL student in theoretical physics master
College, high school, or bachelor, I give courses adapted to the student. Help with homework, preparation for exams, practice exercises. I myself was a student asking a lot of questions and I encourage you to ask as many questions as possible to clarify all the gray areas and leave nothing to chance, and thus promote exam success. Academic success is not a matter of innate aptitude but simply of noticing your weak points and working on them. I know how to notice them in the student by often asking him questions about the meaning of the exercise and each line of calculation. I encourage students to develop their intuition so they can easily adapt to any problem on exam day.
ChloéMathematics and physics - all levels up to first year of higher education
I am currently in the 2nd year of a bachelor's degree in mathematics at EPFL. I give lessons for all levels from elementary school to graduate school. I give math and physics lessons for all levels up to the first year of higher education. I can give the course at home or by videoconference. My teaching method is to make the student understand the lesson well and then to accompany him in the resolution of exercises while asking him questions to ensure that he has understood correctly.
LucasPrivate math or physics lesson by an EPFL student
I am in the second year of a Bachelor of Mathematics at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne and I can teach math or physics courses for all levels ranging from college to the first year of higher education. Being already an assistant in the advanced analysis and physics course, I know how to adapt to everyone so that my course suits you and helps you better understand. I speak fluently French and English.
RaefPrivate lessons in Math, Physics, Chemistry and SVT
The math, physics, chemistry and SVT courses of the Swiss maturity program and gymnasium or French programs are done by either in-depth explanations or by a quick course and summary of essential need according to the case of each student supported by exercises from the book or evaluations and exams from other high schools. Special program for Maturity session 2022 and Terminale Session 2022. As well as for (students in international and European School in English, they can have support in Math, Physics, Chemistry and Biology). For the start of the academic year in Switzerland, support course for EPSU and ECUS exams. For the first university year, support course in Mathematics - Analysis - Matrices - Statistics - Algebra - Geometry - Physics - Mechanics - Electricity - Chemistry - Organic Chemistry - Biology, Geology. My experience is too long and for years I have learned methods for each case and for each student to fill in their gaps with the best results of Excellent, Very Good and Good as a mention of my students. As well as I can help students to better prepare courses and support to better prepare the duties of CNED in science subjects.
AgathePrivate lessons in Mathematics-Chemistry-Biology
EPFL master student, I would be happy to help you (you or your child) for subjects where you have difficulties! At the university, I have been an assistant in Chemistry for the first years of EPFL for several years as well as for a course linking mathematics and electronics, called Signals and Systems. So I am used to teaching and explaining concepts to students with difficulties. I also give private lessons to students passing the Swiss Maturity or the French Baccalaureate. To try to see together the difficulties as well as the misunderstandings: we resume the course together, we do an exercise together and then I let the student do it independently and we review together if he is blocked or if it is necessary to correct. I would be delighted to be able to help you in all matters, both scientific and literary! :)
QuentinSupports all ages for: Math, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, English, French
Hello, I have a Master's degree from EPFL, currently unemployed as an engineer, I am looking for extra work. I am very pedagogue, having spent my studies helping my friends, teaching is something I enjoy. I have a lot of knowledge in Math and Physics, but also in biology, physiology and chemistry. Bilingual English-French, some German. Nice to meet you, Quentin ------ Hi, I have an EPFL master, currently not employed as an engineer, I'm looking for filler work. I'm a very pedagogic person, having done my studies explaining a lot of things to my friends, teaching is something that I enjoy. I know a lot of Maths and physics, but also Biology, Physiology and Chemistry. I'm bilingual English-French, and a bit of German. Until we meet, greetings, Quentin
QuentinPrivate lessons in Biology, Mathematics, and Chemistry
Having recently obtained my master's degree in Medical Biology at the University of Lausanne, I offer courses in biology, mathematics, and chemistry at all levels. I can also give English lessons. I accompany people according to their difficulties by progressing by points in the exercises to target the difficult stages, trying to make everything not too painful;) I am used to communicating by webcam and therefore also offer online courses.
GiustinoRepetiteur of Mathematics and Scientific Subjects
Do you have a test soon and come to realize that you have not done half of the chapters or that you just have not worked enough during the year? Perfect ! I am here to help you ! Do you have difficulties in a subject or just want to get ahead? You are in the right place, I can help you. This course is for all levels and all ages. Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.
Anassmath tutoring for all grade levels
Hello, I am a student at EPFL, mathematics is a subject that fascinates me, that's why I direct my studies in this area. I would like to share with you the new perspectives that you can approach by working this science. I am available.
JulienPrivate lessons of Maths for students at EPFL and for gymnasians
Hello, My name is julien . I am a master's student in Financial Engineering at EPFL. I did my first two years of studies at EPFL in the Communication Systems section and then I did my third year at ETH Zürich in the IT department. I offer my help in maths and physics to first / second year students at EPFL as well as high school and college students etc ... I specialized a lot in mathematics during my bachelor's degree, I took 5 analysis courses, courses in stochastic mathematics, algebra and probability and statistics. I will also be an assistant in an Analysis I course during the fall semester of the 2021/2022 academic year at EPFL. I am an educator who likes to pass on his knowledge and help others progress. I adopt a personalized follow-up and it is possible for the pupil / student to submit his questions to me a little before the course so that I can better prepare the course. I am able to teach in French (mother tongue) and in English (level C1). I teach courses in the following subjects: - Analysis - Algebra - Probability and statistics - Physics (gymnasium level) My averages are as follows: - 4.61 / 6 in first year at EPFL - 4.65 / 6 in second year at EPFL - 4.60 / 6 in third year at ETH Zürich Do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions! See you soon !
YacineStudent in the 1st year of a Master's degree in Applied Mathematics at EPFL gives lessons in maths and physics
I am a student in the 1st year of Master in Applied Mathematics. If you think it's about learning without understanding, you don't have the right method. I could give you the right approaches to understand the material and pass your exams. During the course I will adapt to your needs, whether it is to review the course, understand / do the exercises or both.
Louis-AmineMaster student at EPFL, I teach maths, algebra, analysis, physics
The problem with science is often abstraction. Some subjects are difficult because we do not make the connection between them and what is really going on or what it will be used for. My goal is to explain to you the "why" by detailing examples to understand the theory. Whether in mathematics, physics, analysis, algebra, probability; I will explain to you, finding suitable examples, what blocks and make sure that you really understand by pushing the exercises a little further afterwards. We will also review the theory, sometimes difficult, but so important for learning the rigor of mathematics.