Struggling with physics?
There is no subject we love to tutor more than physics.

Learn from experienced physics tutors who are teaching at leading universities.
The academic boost students need to succeed.

WHAT IS PHYSICS?

Physics, in Greek, literally means "knowledge of nature". Think of it as the ability to appreciate beauty in ways that go beyond just the 5 senses.

We can all relate to the feeling of awe and wonder experienced when seeing the Grand Canyon for the first time. We physicists experience this awe when we see the simplicity of physical laws that explain so many phenomena.

The mechanism behind your fridge magnet is the same mechanism that holds atoms together!

The Grand Canyon, as well as all other physical phenomenon, are made of atoms. Making connections like this is what inspires the study of this physics subject. Your physics tutor reveals the deep connections between math and the natural world. Once this connection is understood the student is more than willing to learn the material. In fact, they will hunger for it!

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MASTERING PHYSICS | WHAT'S HOLDING YOUR CHILD BACK?

A major portion of high school physics is mathematical. Some students struggle with the highly conceptual theories and ideas inherent to the subject. Other physics students need support with the underlying math skills that are included in physics. Whichever the case, the right physics tutoring services can be the difference between an average to good grade and a great one.

At Alexander Tutoring, we understand that some students may be embarrassed to admit that he or she is having trouble understanding a point that their teacher made. Your physics tutor will slow things down for the student. We encourage students to take things one step at a time. Your physics tutor helps students become more methodical and organized in their thinking and approach to learning.

About Physics Tutoring

Tailored Study Program

Your physics tutors will tailor a study program based on each student's unique needs.

The goal of the physics tutor is to ensure that the student understands the material and achieves a better grade.

One to One Tutoring

Every session is one-to-one and may include:

  • Mini tests
  • Quizzes
  • Drilling Problems
  • Reviewing Difficult Ideas

Your tutor is capable of giving as many mini exams as students needs before the real one. These mock exams help increase your child's confidence and iron out any problem areas.

Practice makes Perfect

There are no shortcuts.
To be an expert,
you need a lot of practice.

Your physics tutor also imparts another very important skill to students – back-solving one's problems. This system allows your child to give their answers a careful once-over and avoid turning in mistakes.

ALEXANDER TUTORING'S EXPERTISE IN PHYSICS TUTORING

Our dedicated physics tutors have taught a wide variety of AP Physics B, college introductory, and high school students. Our team is well-versed in the following key physics concepts, including:

  • Mechanics
  • Optics, Waves, And Quantum
  • Range Equations
  • Circular Motion
  • Newton’s Law
  • Magnetism
  • Magnitude
  • Projectile Motion
  • Physics Formulas
  • Acceleration
  • Vectors
  • Thermodynamics
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Electricity
  • … and more!

TWO OF ALEXANDER TUTORING'S AMAZING PHYSICS TUTORS

Wilder a Tutor at Alexander Tutoring

WILDER SCHAAF

His fascination with physics and mathematics began in High School. It's been a large part of who he is ever since.

Wilder earned his BA in Physics from Middlebury College in 2015. He then developed an interest in computer science and math. So he picked up a major and minor, respectively.

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Alexander Sheynis

His love of mathematics and physics truly began when I first saw the classic Star Wars Trilogy as a child of about age 7.

Between spaceships with neat designs and lightsabers and the mystical powers of the Force (which one later finds out is a fundamental concept that drives all of physics... not the mystical part but the force part), a young boy’s imagination was stolen.

MEET OUR TEAM

We are committed to making an impact in the lives of our students and families. 

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SEAN ALEXANDER

Sean discovered a fascination for physics when he was just fifteen, when he proof-read a friend’s report on black holes. In one semester, he read every physics book in his school’s library. He was hooked, but his love of teaching came a bit later.

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HOWARD ISACCSON

A key member of the Kepler Space Telescope missions at UC Berkeley, he brings a unique and exciting perspective to his math and physics teaching at Alexander Tutoring.

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GERALD MORGAN

He noticed his strong love for mathematics at the tender age of eight years old. Though difficult, he welcomed the challenge and enjoyed the sense of accomplishment that accompanied solving each equation.

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ANGELIQUE ALEXANDER

Angelique has had two passions both of which she has been lucky enough to study and work in professionally. The first is teaching mathematics, the second is Opera.

Wilder a Tutor at Alexander Tutoring

WILDER SCHAAF

Wilder is currently pursuing his Master’s in Physics from San Francisco State University. In his free time, he likes to run, snowboard, travel, and play with Legos.

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FELIX ROJAS

With a B.S degree in Chemistry from The Central University of Venezuela, he started delving into physics and mathematics to take on one of the most fascinating areas of knowledge, Quantum Mechanics, and the application of its concepts in the atomic and molecular world.

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ALEXANDER SHEYNIS

Between spaceships, lightsabers, and the mystical powers of the Force (which one later finds out is a fundamental concept that drives all of physics... not the mystical part but the force part), a young boy’s imagination was stolen.

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MADALYNN CUNNINGHAM

Maddy is a recent graduate of University of a California Davis, with a Bachelors of Science in Chemical Engineering. 

CHOOSE ALEXANDER TUTORING FOR PHYSICS TUTORING

Alexander Tutoring is committed to making a positive impact in the lives of all our students and their families, by being great role models. It brings our team great joy and fulfilment when we help our students realize their full academic potential. You can enjoy complete peace of mind that we are very good at what we do. Since our inception, we have achieved a stellar track record of using personalized approaches to physics tutoring.

We encourage you to call us to learn more during your free consultation to examine your specific needs.

Don't worry. We know how to make our lessons fun too. After all, students will learn and perform better if he or she loves the subject!

Get in touch with an expert physics tutor today!

Call (415) 312-4720 for a free phone consultation.

We Work With

San Francisco Schools

St. Ignatius College Preparatory
2001 37th Ave
San Francisco, CA 94116
www.siprep.org

Convent and Stuart Hall
2222 Broadway
San Francisco, CA 94115
www.sacredsf.org

San Francisco Waldorf High School
470 W Portal Ave
San Francisco, CA 94127
www.sfwaldorf.org/high-school

San Francisco Libraries

J. Paul Leonard Library at San Francisco State University
1630 Holloway Ave
San Francisco, CA 94132
library.sfsu.edu

West Portal Library
190 Lenox Way
San Francisco, CA 94127
sfpl.org

Mission Branch Library
300 Bartlett St
San Francisco, CA 94110
sfpl.org

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