Mr. Ryan Y.
Masters in Astrophysics · specializes in Physics, Mathematics · 31-35 years old male
"Hi folks! My name is Ryan. I'm a physicist/astronomer/educator with an excellent background in math, science, economics, business, and history. I have considerable experience teaching and tutoring high school and college students. I'm a National AP Scholar, National Merit Scholar, and National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. I got a 1580 on my SAT (old style, max 1600) and a 1540 more...
"Hi folks! My name is Ryan. I'm a physicist/astronomer/educator with an excellent background in math, science, economics, business, and history. I have considerable experience teaching and tutoring high school and college students. I'm a National AP Scholar, National Merit Scholar, and National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. I got a 1580 on my SAT (old style, max 1600) and a 1540 on my GRE (max of 1600). I took and passed 10 AP tests with at least a 4, including three exams that I studied for independently. Basically, I am very good at taking tests, and can help you get better, too! However, I tend to emphasize learning for the long-term, which helps a person's test scores as well as their general intellectual and social development. Perhaps most importantly, I've been told I am very empathetic and psychologically perceptive. I am a product of public K-12 education and understand where kids are coming from who attend those schools. I also know that, particularly in math and the hard sciences, much of my work will be confidence building and challenging the negative self-talk about "not being a math person". I'm also writing an e-book for students taking the AP Physics C exam! I think it might be ready for students taking it in 2013. The e-book will cover techniques useful for all high school and college coursework in STEM fields. I love what I do! Please feel free to ask if you have any questions. Hope to hear from you soon!" less...
|fee:||$70 (for 60 min)|
|years of tutoring:||5-10|
|travel distance:||20 miles|
|tutoring method:||in-person and online|
|member for:||3 years and 12 months|
|references:||List available upon interview|
Education and Qualifications
|school:||Harvey Mudd College/Cornell University|
Ryan received a MS in Astrophysics and Space Sciences from Cornell University, where he was a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. He received a BS in Physics at Harvey Mudd College, where he won a departmental research award for work on T Tauri magnetic disk locking and a public service award for his leadership in community service. He is a graduate of Rosemead high school, where he scored a 1580 on the SAT and was honored as a National AP Scholar. Ryan also completed a certificate at the Jean Monnet Chair Summer Seminar at the University of Rome, Tor Vergata on EU integration. He has taught high school courses in geometry, algebra 2, precalculus, AP calculus AB, physics, and SAT writing.
Hacienda Heights, CA 91745
|Elementary & Junior High School|
|Elementary Math||Elementary Science|
|Algebra 2||Applied Math|
|ACT Math||ACT Science|
|SAT I||SAT II|
|SAT Math||SAT Reading|
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