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|Carlo||Joana||02 Dec 2021||Physics||Very detailed and very helpful|
|Therese||Junfred||28 Nov 2021||Physics||Junfred is tutoring my daughter in IGCSE Physics and we are very happy with the results! Can recommend him!|
|Carlos Israel||Erlend||16 Nov 2021||Physics||It was very good and we covered a lot of theory|
|Thomas||James||08 Nov 2021||Physics||James has helped me very much with IGCSE math and physics. When I started I was far from ready to do the test and with only 2 months to go, I had very little hope. But James helped me prepare for the test and I ended up doing great on it. I strongly recommend James as a teacher. 10/10|
|Shaikha||Junfred||03 Nov 2021||Physics||Very nice and clear explaining, he is a patient person and very kind, he is the first teacher ( in my experience) that has no problem repeating what he says until his students have a good understanding! I am more confident now that I have classes with ( he is very encouraging and gives good advice) Thank you Mr. Jun!|
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Why study Physics?
Physics may seem like a purely academic subject, but it has significant real-world applications. Being used everywhere from aerospace science to software development. The Cavendish Hall at Cambridge University is a testament to the heights that one can climb through the world of physics, producing not one but more than a dozen Nobel prize winners.
Getting a degree in physics, especially at the undergraduate level is one of the most challenging yet rewarding programs you can get enrolled in. Physicists are more in demand than ever as new technology is paving the way for new job descriptions in various industries.
Studying physics can help you in multiple technical industries, notably if you’re looking to go into engineering. Physics can often give you the prerequisites you need to get into a good engineering college. Some industries are simply hiring physics majors to work exclusively on their research and development programs.
What university degrees is Physics useful for?
The Russell Group of universities considers physics A-level a facilitating subject, meaning that it can be useful in getting into a wide range of university courses.
Physics is also one of the gang of four (alongwith maths, chemistry and biology) that you usually need to choose two subjects from in order to pursue a range of science degrees, such as medicine and engineering. Physics is an especially important subject for physical sciences, which are concerned with the study of non-living objects.
Physics branches out into multiple specialisations and after completing a BSc in Physics you can choose the field you’re most interested in to pursue at Master’s level. For example, if you’re interested in space, you may choose an MSc in Physics and Astronomy. Here you’ll be exploring the deepest crevasses of the universe while studying Astrophysics. If you’re more interested in studying the microscopic universe, you might go for a Master’s in Particle Physics, and go on to complete an MPhil and PhD.
There are also lesser-known but well-paying other specialisations such as Biofluid Mechanics. If you see yourself having the potential to make the next big breakthrough, you may consider taking a Master’s in Experimental Physics. Or you may opt for Physics and Technology of Advanced Materials.
Alternatively, if you’re passionate about not just learning Physics, but also teaching it, you may opt for a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) Secondary Physics.
Studying physics gears you up for some of the most respectable jobs out there. With technology advancing at such speed there are entire new opportunities for Physicsts opening up all the time.
Here are some career options for those who study physics:
Higher education lecturer
Research scientist (physical sciences)
Secondary school teacher
Quantum computing programmer
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How does Physics help with Aerospace engineering?
Physics forms a major component of Aerospace engineering. A degree in Physics already gives you a great foundation in the prerequisite math you might need to go into engineering. Going into aerospace engineering after already knowing the basic concepts of aerospace engineering such as fluid mechanics, heat transfer and flow properties gives you a significant advantage.
Aerospace engineering is an up-and-coming field that’s advancing at quite a pace. There are no end of career opportunities especially with the advent of drone and unmanned vehicle technology.
Excelling in aerospace engineering requires excellent quantitative and analytical skills. Along with an understanding of subjects such as mathematics, physics, computer science, and electrical engineering. So having a strong background in physics can not only help you cement key concepts easily but also land you amazing career opportunities.
How expert online Physics tutoring can help you
Teachers will take the time to assess your starting point then develop a personalised syllabus to work towards your objectives. Lessons will focus on your areas of weakness and on developing the confidence you need to achieve your goals. Lessons will also push students in course areas that they are already comfortable with, encouraging constant improvement and developing positive learning habits.
Why choose Spires’ Physics Tutoring?
We only hire 4% of the teachers that apply to Spires and they are all professional and experienced school and university level educators. Many have qualifications from top universities and institutions in the UK, USA and around the world. All have a PhD, MSc, Ma, BSc or Ba degree in their chosen field.
Because they set their per hour rates via an auction system, the economics of our prices are more competitive than many. Our online lessons are stable and fun to learn through. It has an interactive whiteboard and students can access recordings of classes at any time. We have many repeat students, not just for physics lessons, but also for online psychology, geography, chemistry, biology, english literature or economics
How does Spires’ online private tutoring work?
You can find a professional Physics tutor online in four easy steps:
2. Find your perfect tutor from our wide variety of skilled professors and educators. After you filter your search results using the Find Tutors feature you will be presented with the best choices for your needs. You can then check bids and reviews and communicate with a tutor before you schedule a lesson.
Does it matter if I have a Physics tutor near me?
No, it doesn’t! It’s all done online whenever and wherever you are. All you have to do is pick your ideal mentor and communicate with them to arrange the best time for you.
Who will be my Physics tutor?
This is all up to you. You have a huge choice of experienced Physics Tutors to choose from.
You can look through their profiles, check students' responses and bids, their qualifications and backgrounds, their experience and hours taught online. You can also see reviews and if they have had repeat students
Then, communicate with your favourite to see if they are right for your level and learning style. You can have a webcam chat over zoom, then pick the person you’d like to help you - and schedule your first online physics lesson!
How many tutors are available to give Physics lessons?
We currently have over 122 Physics tutors with academic and professional experience specialising in a wide range of topics from GCSEs to postgraduate support, and everything in between.
All of our tutors must hold at least a Bachelor’s degree and have tutoring experience. Most of our tutors have higher degrees on top of that in specialised areas such as Master’s degrees or PhDs. All of our tutors are DBS checked or have had equivalent background checks.
What is the role of my Physics tutor?
It is our tutors’ responsibility to guide you to understand the subject. Using their expertise and their teaching experience they will help you to understand, and analyse. You use the content of the lessons at a later date whether it is at your chosen university, your career or in your day-to-day life.
How much is a Physics tutor per hour in London?
The average private tutor price is £40/$53/€45 per hour depending on a teachers’ experience and level of students. This is higher than other areas in the UK due to the higher living costs that come with living in London.
What happens when I send a tutor a message?
Once you’ve used the Find Tutors feature to find your perfect teacher online, you can contact them with any questions you might have. A tutor should respond to you within 24 hours with an answer and availability. If a tutor isn’t able to fit you into their schedule we will recommend other tutors that fit your specifications. After a tutor replies, you can then schedule a zoom meeting and if you are satisfied you can go ahead and schedule your first lesson!
Can I get GCSE Physics help?
Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of Physics Tutors with GCSE tutoring experience with a background in AQA, CCEA, OCR, Edexcel and other awarding bodies.
Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of professional tutors with primary and secondary school teaching experience. All you need to do is pick your ideal tutor, send them a message and arrange your first zoom meeting. If they fit all your specifications and needs, go ahead, book your first lesson.
Do your tutors use GCSE past papers?
Yes, they do! All our tutors prepare a bespoke syllabus tailored to the needs of the student. Using past papers will allow you to perfect your exam technique and ensure that you give yourself a better chance of performing well when taking the exam.
Do your tutors use IB Physics course books?
Yes, they do! Our tutors can help you with the coursebook your school is using. They will also provide you with any extra materials you may need to focus on in your weaker areas.
Do your tutors prepare for Physics paper 1?
Yes, they do! After you find your perfect tutor you can communicate with them before scheduling a lesson. This is your opportunity to outline exactly what you need, whether it is exam preparation or studying from past exam papers. Your private tutor will then tailor the lessons to your specific needs and wishes.
Do your tutors prepare for Physics paper 2?
Yes, they do! After you find your perfect tutor you can communicate with them before scheduling a lesson. This is your opportunity to outline exactly what you need, whether it is exam preparation for papers 1 and/or 2. Your private tutor will then tailor the lessons to your specific needs and wishes.
Do your tutors offer A-level Physics help?
Yes, they do! We have a huge selection of tutors with A-level tutoring experience with a background in AQA, CCEA, OCR, Edexcel and other awarding bodies. Just use the filter to look for A-Level tutors online and feel free to message the ones you like to ask if they provide the help that you need before scheduling a lesson.
Do your tutors use A level Physics past papers?
Yes, they do! After you find your perfect A-level tutor you can communicate with them before scheduling a lesson. This is the perfect time to inform your tutor you’d like to go over past papers. Your teacher will then tailor a syllabus based on your specific needs and provide any extra material, such as past exam papers.
Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of professional Physics tutors with A-level teaching experience as well as other further education courses such as BTECs and HNDs. All you need to do is pick your preferred educator, send them a message and arrange your first zoom meeting. If they fit all your specifications and needs, go ahead and book your first lesson.
Can I arrange Physics revision help?
Yes, you can! Our huge database of Physics tutors offers a wide range of specialisations and expertise. Just use the filter to search for Physics tutors for your level and browse through available candidates. You go through their profile and reviews from students as well as communicate with them about your needs before you schedule a lesson.
Do you offer Physics admissions support?
Yes, we do! Our huge database of teachers offers a wide range of Physics tutors offering admissions support at various levels such as UCAS, Oxbridge Entrance and even IELTS and TOEFL preparation for non-native speakers.
Can I get Physics dissertation help at the university level?
Yes, you can! We have a huge selection of University level teachers who can provide dissertation help as well as admissions support and exam preparation. Just communicate with your Physics tutor before telling them your specific needs.
Do you offer varsity tutors in Physics?
Yes, we do! With Spires, you can find experienced Physics tutors familiar with the US University system in a whole range of subjects. The same goes for the US high-school system as well as the Australian, South African, Canadian and New Zealand University and school systems.
Do you offer Physics lessons for adults?
Yes, we do! Our huge database of Physics tutors offers a wide range of specialisations and expertise. Just use the Find A Tutor feature to search for Physics tutors for your level and browse through available candidates.
You can choose from a wide range of specialisations whether you are preparing for a university entrance exam, looking to advance your career or just to brush up on your analytical and writing skills. We are confident you will be able to find the help you are looking for from over a hundred professional academics in our network.
Is ‘Physics tutors wanted' a suitable title for my advert?
Although this is maybe not the worst opening line, we recommend you give it more thought. What do you need? What are you trying to achieve? What level of studies are you- GCSE? A Level? Higher? University? Do you need admissions support? Revision or exam preparation? How many hours of lessons would you like? When are you free? How much would you like to pay pr hr? Do you also need maths, chemistry, biology, or even english literature, geography, or economics along with your physics lessons?! If so, put it in your advert to get more replies.
For example, a great opening for many of our clients could be ‘Physics support required to help with Oxbridge Admissions Test’. The more details, the better the match!
How can I help my child learn Physics?
The first step to learning is to pick up a book! A tutor can provide the right guidance, material, and support to learn more efficiently and effectively with clear goals, objectives, and noticeable results. Finding the perfect tutor with Spires is the right step in ensuring your child engages with Physics!
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