$200

PROFESSIONAL TUTORING SERVICES:

PRIVATE AND GROUP TUTORING IN MATH AND SCIENCE COURSES

I have been tutoring students in mathematics, physics, Earth sciences, chemistry and other sciences for over 15 years. I have worked with students of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels. I was an adjunct professor and lecturer at several universities and colleges, and have taken specialized certification programs for university teaching over the course of my career. I have a Ph.D. in Marine and Atmospheric science and a B.S. in Physics and Astronomy.

I usually take on students in the beginning of the semester, building up their critical thinking skills and honing their quantitative and analytical skills in the subject material. I devote personal attention to each of my clients' needs and orient the material to best suit their learning style. In addition to solving homework problems and preparing for class projects and exams, I often develop concept lists and summaries that highlight important points. This type of tutoring requires that I follow the course outline with the student step by step from the beginning to the end of the course.

I also accept students who need a crash tutoring session to review for a mid-term or final exam. Although this is not as effective of a means to learn the subject material at hand or develop critical thinking skills, many students have used this service and profited greatly from the sessions.

I have also included a list of sample courses in mathematics and physics from various universities and CEGEPS that I teach at the bottom of the page (Concordia, McGill, Dawson and Marianopolis College). I also teach a wide variety of other science courses including geology, oceanography, astronomy, chemistry, and sustainability. If you attend a different college or university or do not see your course listed below, please do not hesitate to contact me for further information.

Below you will find my contact information and prices for the various types of tutoring sessions offered.

CONTACT INFORMATION:

I can be reached by phone at (514) 419-6156.

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Costs for various tutoring sessions:

Semester blocks:

5 sessions (1 hour per week): $200.00

10 sessions (1 hour per week): $350.00

15 sessions (1 hour per week): $525.00

Group rates of 2 or more:

5 sessions (1 hour per week): $150.00 (each)

10 sessions (1 hour per week): $250.00 (each)

15 sessions (1 hour per week): $375.00 (each)

Crash tutoring rates: Mid-term and final exam

One-on one tutoring: $50 per hour

Groups of 2 or more: $35 (each) per hour

* Note that these are general prices for first and second year university students, and that some upper division, last year or specialized courses may be priced differently depending on level and intensity of subject material.

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List of sample courses in Mathematics and Physics from different universities and CEGEPS:

CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY

MATHEMATICS:

Elementary Algebra: Math 200

College Algebra and Trigonometry: Math 202

Elementary Linear Algebra: Math 204

Single Variable Calculus: Math 205

college Algebra: Math 206

Linear Algebra: Math 251

Multivariable Calculus: Math 264

complex Analysis: Math 366

Elementary Differential Equations: Math 370

Probability I: STAT 249

Statistics: STAT 250

Single Variable Calculus: Math 203

Calculus and Linear algebra: MAST 214

Intro to Mathematical thinking: MAST 217

Multivariate Calculus: MASt 218

Mathematical Statistics: MAST 221

Linear Algebra and ApplicationsL MAST 235

Chaos: An introduction to Dynamical Systems: MAST 331

PHYSICS:

Mechanics: Phys 204

Electricity & Magnetism: Phys 205

Waves and Modern Physics: Phys 206

Theoretical Physics I: Phys 232

Classical Mechanics: Phys 245

Optics: Phys 252

Electricity & Magnetism I: Phys 253

Electricity & Magnetism II: Phys 354

Advanced classical Mechanics: Phys 345

Quantum Mechanics I: Phys 377

Quantum Mechanics II: Phys 478

Quantum Mechanics II: Phys 478

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MCGILL UNIVERSITY

MATHEMATICS:

Mathematics for Education Students: Math 111

Fundamentals of Mathematics: Math 112

Calculus for Management: Math 122

Linear Algebra and Probability: Math 123

Linear Algebra and Geometry: math 133

Enriched Linear Algebra and Geometry: Math 134

Calculus 1 with precalculus: Math 139

Calculus 1: Math 140

Calculus 2: Math 141

Calculus A: Math 150

Calculus B: Math 151

Principles of Statistics 1: Math 203

Principles of Statistics 2: Math 204

Calculus 3: Math 222

Linear Algebra: Math 223

Algebra 1: Math 235

Algebra 2: Math 236

Intermediate Calculus: Math 262

Ordinary Differential Equations for Engineers: Math 263

Linear Algebra and Partial differential Equations: Math 271

Advanced Calculus: Math 314

Ordinary differential Equations: Math 315

Introduction to Partial Differential Equations: Math 319

Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos: Math 326

Honours Regression and analysis of variance: Math 533

Introduction to Time Series Analysis: Math 545

PHYSICS

Introductory Physics - Mech.: Phys 101

Introductory PHysics - Electro.: Phys 102

Mechanics and Waves: Phys 131

Electromagnetism and Optics: Phys 142

Space, Time and Matter: Phys 180

Everyday Physics: Phys 181

Our Evolving Universe: Phys 182

Energy and Environment: Phys 184

Planets, Stars and Galaxies: Phys 204

Our Evolving Universe: Phys 205

Introductory Astrophysics: Phys 214

Physics and Psychophysics of Music: Phys 224

Energy and Environment: Phys 228

Dynamics of Simple Systems: Phys 230

Heat and Waves: Phys 232

Electricity and magnetism: PHys 242

Honours Classical Mechanics I: Phys 252

Introduction to Quantum Physics: Phys 271

Majors Electricity and Magnetism: Phys 340

Majors Electromagnetic Waves: Phys 342

Honours Classical Mechanics II: Phys 351

Honours Quantum Physics I: Phys 357

Physics of fluids: Phys 432

Honours Quantum Physics 2: Phys 457

Astrophysics: Phys 521

Quantum Theory: Phys 551

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DAWSON COLLEGE:

MATHEMATICS:

Remedial Activities for secondary IV Mathematics: 201-013-50

Remedial Activities for Secondary V Mathematics: 201-015-50

Calculus I: 201-103-DW

Linear Algebra: 201-105-DW

Calculus II: 201-203-DW

Indroduction to statistical Methods: 201-922-DW

Calculus III: 201-BZF-05

Calculus I: 201-NYA-05

Calculus II: 201-NYB-05

Linear Algebra: 201-NYC-05

PHYSICS:

Remedial Activities for Secondary V Physics:

Physics for Technology 2: 203-922-DW

Mechanics: 203-NYA-05

Electricity and Magnetism: 203-NYB-05

Waves, Optics and Modern Physics: 203-NYC-05

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MARIANOPOLIS COLLEGE:

MATHEMATICS:

Topics in Mathematics: 201-LCX-05

Calculus I: 201-NYA-05

Calculus II: 201-NYB-05

Calculus III: 201-LCU-05

Linear Algebra I: 201-NYC-05

Linear Algebra II: 201-LCV-05

Probability and Statistics: 201-LCW-05

Differential Equations: 201-LCZ-MS

PHYSICS:

Mechanics: 203-NYA-05

Electricity and Magnetism: 203-NYB-05

Waves, Light and Modern Physics: 203-NYC-05

Astrophysics: 203-LCW-05

Topics in Physics: 203-LCZ-05

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