# Private Physics Tutors

Note: Please contact tutors directly regarding cost.

**Shawn Beckman**

s.beckman@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB

All high school and undergraudate physics/math courses, General GRE + Physics GRE, as well as astronomy, astrophysics, and planetary science courses.

**Joshua Benabou**

joshua_benabou@berkeley.edu

Physics PhD Student, UCB / BA in Math & Physics and Masters in high-energy physics from Ecole Polytechnique (France)

I offer tutoring services in mathematics (including statistics), physics, and French, at the undergraduate/masters level, high-school, or below. I can also tutor some areas of computer science (programming in Python, algorithms). I have over four years of experience tutoring these subjects privately to undergrads/masters and high school students from a wide variety of academic backgrounds. I am currently a graduate student instructor at Berkeley. Beyond school coursework and standardized tests (SAT, GRE, etc), I prepare students for math and physics Olympiads. I have participated in the International Math Olympiad and USA Physics Olympiad.

**Newton Cheng**

newtoncheng@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB/ Physics BS, Stanford

I have been happily tutoring and teaching math and physics for 6 years, at both the high school and undergraduate level. I am qualified to tutor all undergraduate physics courses, as well as the Physics GRE. I look forward to working with you!

**Nick Cinko**

ncinko@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB

B.S. in Physics & B.S. in Mathematics, Purdue

I have over five years of tutoring experience in math and physics. This includes private/group tutoring, working in the physics help center at Purdue University, and teaching as a GSI. I also received an Outstanding GSI award my first year (Physics 8B). I'm available to tutor most physics/math courses (especially calculus, mechanics, and E&M), both at the high school and undergraduate level.

**David Dunsky**

ddunsky@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB

I love teaching and have three years of experience as a GSI in both introductory and upper division physics courses at Berkeley. I have received an Outstanding Physics GSI award and am happy to tutor any physics course, most math courses, and the Physics GRE.

**Daniel Gardeazabal**

daniel.gardeazabal@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB

I have taught, tutored, and mentored undergraduate students in the past. I am qualified to tutor all undergraduate physics courses and many undergraduate math courses. I can also tutor for the SAT, ACT, GRE, Physics GRE, and any high school physics and math.

**Oliver Jeong**

objeong@berkeley.edu

Graduate Student, UCB / Physics BA, Princeton

GSI for 7B/8B, all undergraduate and high school physics, SAT, GRE (general, physics)

**Elise LePage**

elepage@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB

I have 3 years of experience tutoring undergraduate physics and math courses. I am a GSI for 8B. I am qualified to tutor all undergraduate physics and most math courses, especially those relevant to physics such as calculus and linear algebra.

**Christopher Madsen**

cnmadsen@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB

BS in Physics, UCSB 2018

Qualified to tutor all undergraduate/high school physics and most math courses. 2-time GSI for 7A (classical mechanics) with additional tutoring experience in classical and quantum mechanics. Can also tutor for the physics or general GRE.

**Nam Nguyen**

honamnguyen@berkeley.edu

Throughout my degrees, I've been tutoring introductory physics for college students from a wide range of majors. As a GSI for 8A/B, I also work closely with students on a weekly basis which allows me to identify common questions and helpful tips for learning the subject. So don't hesitate to contact me, I'm happy to help students at any level!

**Noah Sailer**

nsailer@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB / BA in Physics & Math, Cornell University

I have over three years of experience teaching and tutoring physics at the undergraduate level. I'm qualified to tutor any undergraduate physics and most math courses. I'm also happy to tutor high school physics/math, or to help prepare for quantitative sections of standardized tests.

**Jack Spilecki**

jspilecki@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UC Berkeley / BS in Physics and Mathematics, MIT

I’m happy to tutor all undergraduate physics and mathematics courses, as well as for the GRE. I received an Outstanding GSI award in 2020.

**Vincent Su**

vipasu@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB / MS in Computer Science, B.S. in Physics, Stanford University

I have over ten years of tutoring experience in math and physics. I was also lead Math and Physics tutor in undergrad through Stanford’s Center for Teaching and Learning. I can tutor any undergraduate physics class and pre-/co-requisite math courses (especially calculus and linear algebra). Also able to tutor for computer science (python/stats/probability/machine learning) and standardized test prep.

**Kenny Vetter**

kenneth_vetter@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB / BA in Physics, Cornell University 2018

I have over three years of experience teaching physics at the university level as an undergraduate teaching assistant at Cornell and a GSI at Berkeley. I received the outstanding GSI award as a first-year graduate student after teaching physics 7C and 137A, and I have received professional teaching training through Kaplan Test Prep. I am qualified to tutor all undergraduate physics courses, particularly quantum mechanics and relativity courses including GR, as well as mathematical physics courses and calculus courses in the math department. I am also professionally trained to help with standardized tests including the SAT, ACT, GRE, and physics GRE.

**Kevin Wang (no longer accepting students for the fall 2021 semester)**

kwang98@berkeley.edu

Physics Graduate Student, UCB / MSc in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics, Oxford / BS in Physics, Stanford

I offer tutoring for mathematics, physics, and computer science at the undergraduate level and below. At Stanford, I participated in private tutoring for fellow undergraduates in math and physics. I have also tutored STEM courses for students below the undergraduate level. My background is primarily in math and physics, but I have extensive experience in computer science as well through Stanford coursework and computational physics research. I am currently a graduate student instructor at Berkeley. In my tutoring, I focus on developing students’ problem-solving skills through active learning as opposed to rote memorization. Please feel free to reach out if you are interested!