Physics Tutoring Designed Just For You

Are you struggling in Physics? Maybe it’s a required course, or maybe you’re pursuing a career that requires extensive knowledge of physics. We know that Physics can be intimidating, but we believe it doesn’t have to be. By breaking down important concepts into more digestible chunks, our expert tutors help you understand key concepts to create a strong foundation. This way you can build from this foundation for a stronger understanding of Physics, math, and science.

Our Approach
  • An Individualized Approach

    Do you need help with your Physics coursework or want to improve your standardized test scores? Your Physics tutor will work with you 1-on-1 to create a custom study plan that works at your pace and your skill level. Together you will create a flexible and fluid study plan that focuses on building a strong, academic foundation.

  • Free Introductory Hour

    A free introductory hour is included with enrollment in any of our Physics prep packages. You can use this added time to set a structure for your studying. Confirm the tools you'll use, the physics tutoring schedule, and then you're golden.

  • A Team Of Experts Here For You

    Through our in-person and online tutoring programs, we can help Physics students just like you get better grades, improve test scores, and gain confidence in a variety of mathematical topics.

From Little Details To Big Concepts, We’re Here To Help

Experience tutoring the way it should be: with expert tutors, proven results, and affordable prices.

When you sign up for one of our Physics test preparation packages, your tutor will start things off by getting to know your history with physics and your academic goals. This way they can create a study plan that is designed around your learning style and strengths while supplementing the areas that need improvement.

Our expert tutors have years of experience helping students from middle school to AP physics and beyond. They will use proven strategies that are designed to help you understand the material while preparing you for any future Physics courses you may take during your academic career. Whether you’re studying for a specific test or just need general help for a class, we want to make sure that you learn the material, not just memorize some quick facts. We do this by making sure we create a strong foundation with key concepts before moving into more complicated material

Some of the key concepts we’ll focus on include:

  • Magnitude
  • Projectile motion
  • Magnetic fields
  • Physics formulas
  • Newton’s Law
  • Acceleration
  • Circular motion
  • Vectors
  • Range equations
  • Astronomy
  • Quantum Mechanics
  • Fluid Mechanics

We Work Around Your Schedule

Between work, school, and socialization, we know that life can be a bit hectic. When you sign up for 1-on-1 tutoring, you’ll be able to set up a schedule that matches your needs. Our science tutors can meet as often as daily, either online or in-person at the student’s location of choice. You can also change your schedule whenever you need it. Do you usually meet once a week with your tutor, but need help preparing for that upcoming test? Switch to daily sessions! We’ve got you covered.

We also offer a wide variety of sciences group tutoring on an as-needed basis. These group classes will focus on individual needs while applying each lesson to the group as a whole so everybody can learn together.

The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existence. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery each day. -Albert Einstein

Why Is Physics Important?

Physics is a natural science that involves the study of matter and motion through space and time, along with related concepts such as energy and force. Generally, the study of physics is the analysis of nature and an attempt to understand how the universe behaves. Due to the significance of this subject, Physics is rapidly becoming the most common science course in high school and college-level education.

However, Physics isn’t just an important class in high school or college. The understanding of Physics is necessary for succeeding in the medical college admissions exam (MCAT) and many career fields. A few of the potential careers that require at least a basic knowledge of Physics include:

Accelerator Operator
Applications Engineer
Data Analyst
Design Engineer
IT Consultant
Lab Technician
Laser Engineer
Optical Engineer
Research Associate
Software Developer
Systems Analyst
Technical Specialist
Web Developer

Top Physics Tutors

  • Aaron B.

    New Haven Step 1 and MCAT Tutor Dr. Aaron B. grew up in San Antonio, Texas. His interest in medicine stems from his interest in people, and he plans to pursue a residency in ophthalmology.

    Aaron began tutoring during…

  • Eric Z.

    Nashville MCAT tutor Eric Z. is currently a senior at Vanderbilt University where he is double majoring in Cell Biology and Global History. He is planning on attending an MD/Ph.D. program following graduation with interest in Cancer Biology.

    Outside of…

  • Teja V.

    Teja graduated from Rice University in 2017 with a B.S. in Biochemistry and Cell Biology and has also completed a Master of Public Health and Master of Medical Sciences degree. She is currently in the midst of applying to medical…

Physics Study Packages

Save with a Study Package

We hire the best tutors in the industry and keep our prices low to give our students higher scores at a lower rate.

1-on-1 Sessions

At Tutor the People we believe the best tutoring is when the attention is on you and the study plan is tailored to your needs.

Pay in Installments

We offer different installment options for our students who use our tutoring packages. Education is in investment in your future. We make achieving higher grades easier  by taking the time to to structure individualized payment plans for each of our students.

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