Online Physics Tutoring for K - 12 & College Students

Online physics tutoring for K -12 & college-level students delivered by expert tutors. Our online tutoring program is proven to boost and improve students' overall performance. Our online tutoring platform permits real-time collaboration between students and tutors, providing features like video chat, text chat, and a smart whiteboard to facilitate learning.

Our platform is easy to use and requires no additional software. It's similar to the popular video meeting platforms you're used to, but it comes with extra learning features! Learning physics doesn't have to be so rigid and boring. At TutorNerd, we make online physics tutoring easy, fun, and convenient!

Our online tutors go through regular and rigorous screening to ensure they've got what it takes to provide your young student with the most valuable online tutoring experience. We prioritize academic needs and go all out to boost students' performance. We work with you and your child to come up with the most effective personalized online tutoring schedule that meets both of your needs.

In the event that you need to cancel or reschedule, we'll be available and more than happy to help you find the next best time for your online tutoring sessions. Each online physics tutoring session is usually at least an hour long. Anything less than that, we believe, isn't effective enough to monitor the student's progress and cover important milestones for their academic progress.


How Effective Is Online Physics Tutoring?

Our online physics tutoring program is super effective and gives your child the highest value with plenty of flexibility. A student's strength is assessed to recommend a comprehensive learning plan that will improve their knowledge of physics, then that plan is executed by an expert, friendly, & reliable online tutor.

We provide proper guidance that helps students quickly master concepts that would have otherwise been too difficult for them to master on their own. Check out what other parents have to say about our online tutoring!


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How Does Online Physics Tutoring Work?

Here's how online physics tutoring works here at TutorNerd:

  • You tell us exactly what your child needs
  • We listen attentively and take notes
  • We consult our online tutors to see which one will be the best match for your child
  • We create a custom, weekly tutoring schedule for your young student
  • Your child's grades start improving
That's it! It's that simple. Think of us like a matchmaking service for tutoring: We'll assess your needs and match you with the most compatible tutor. It's very unlikely that you won't like your tutor, but in the event that this happens, we'll work with you to find another one until you're 100% satisfied. Your happiness and satisfaction is our primary goal.


Physics Topics We Tutor Include:

  • One and two-dimensional motion
  • Newton's laws of motion
  • Force and vectors
  • Work and energy
  • Torque, angular motion, and centripetal force
  • Gravity and gravitational force
  • Fluids
  • Thermodynamics
  • Circuits
  • Magnetic forces and Faraday equations
  • Quantum physics
  • Astronomy and cosmology
  • And any other physics topic your young student needs!
We're here to de-stress you by professionally preparing your child for academic success. Contact us today to get started with our online physics tutoring!

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All of our tutors are highly educated, experienced in tutoring and super friendly. We individually screen, interview, and hire each tutor from our team to ensure every tutor is awesome.
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General Biology, Minors: Mathematics, Law & Society
University of California, San Diego

“For me, learning is one of the most satisfying experiences you can have, and being a part of someone else's "eureka!" moment is a close second. One thing that draws me to tutoring is the idea that every individual learns in a different way. I enjoy trying to tailor my lessons to my students, so that they can see the most progress in their studies. Learning is a skill we need all throughout life, so knowing how to do it efficiently will prove immensely beneficial. ”
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Master's student in Data Science & Analytics, B.S. in Applied Physics, A.S. in Computer Science
SJSU, UCI, RCC

“From my own education, I have noticed that sincerity has been the distinction between a great and poor teacher. I have a strong passion for the the sciences. I love tutoring because I can help students gain a similar appreciation once they understand the material better. And I find that with every session, I, myself, also gain a deeper understanding of science through teaching it.”
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Bachelors Economics & Physics
Wake Forest University

“Many teachers simply don't have the time, ability, or the passion that it takes to help every student in their classes achieve success and understanding in their subjects. I enjoy helping those students succeed in areas where they struggled in a traditional classroom.”
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Statistics B.S., Economics minor (In Progress)
California State University, Long Beach

“Tutoring is perhaps one of the most enriching and stimulating professions out there, especially for a college student like me. I have worked with so many amazing students over the years, and have developed personal relationships with many students and families in my community. Not only have I helped these students achieve academic and personal success, but I have also benefited from their acquaintance in more ways than I can count. ”
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Master of Arts in Teaching
University of California, Irvine (UCI)

“I became an educator because I love to teach. I think one of the most important things I can do is to show students how much bigger and more interesting the world is than what they've already experienced, and teaching history and English provides a way to do that. I am passionate about tutoring because, when I can work with students in a one on one context, it is easier for them to interact with the material, ask questions, take the necessary time to think through the difficult concepts, and ultimately learn than it is for them to do those things in a crowded classroom. When I can see students make progress and enjoy learning, it makes me more excited to work with them.”
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Ph.D, 5th year – Theatre & Drama (emphases: Theory, Dramaturgy); MA – English Literature & Composition; MA – Theatre Arts; BA – English (minors: History, Drama)
UC, Irvine - UC, San Diego; La Sierra University; San Diego State University; Walla Walla University

“We can't all be great at everything and that's frustrating. Even among high achievers, it's hard to admit that a challenging subject doesn't come as easy as others. These looming roadblocks tend to become the subjects students "hate" - an unfortunate and avoidable fate if the dread is faced and eased. Too many times writing and English are labeled as hated subjects because they're over-thought and allowed to turn into giants that haunt students. So many of the students I tutor already know what they want to say, but simply need the right kind of help, and the right tools, to move them past their fear. The confidence they gain when they realize what they're capable of communicating through writing is incredible! (And, I truly love hearing back from clients, excited to share with me that they got into the college, grad program, or job to which I helped them apply!)”
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Bachelors Economics & Physics
Wake Forest University

“Many teachers simply don't have the time, ability, or the passion that it takes to help every student in their classes achieve success and understanding in their subjects. I enjoy helping those students succeed in areas where they struggled in a traditional classroom.”
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Statistics B.S., Economics minor (In Progress)
California State University, Long Beach

“Tutoring is perhaps one of the most enriching and stimulating professions out there, especially for a college student like me. I have worked with so many amazing students over the years, and have developed personal relationships with many students and families in my community. Not only have I helped these students achieve academic and personal success, but I have also benefited from their acquaintance in more ways than I can count. ”
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Master's student in Data Science & Analytics, B.S. in Applied Physics, A.S. in Computer Science
SJSU, UCI, RCC

“From my own education, I have noticed that sincerity has been the distinction between a great and poor teacher. I have a strong passion for the the sciences. I love tutoring because I can help students gain a similar appreciation once they understand the material better. And I find that with every session, I, myself, also gain a deeper understanding of science through teaching it.”
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Ph.D, 5th year – Theatre & Drama (emphases: Theory, Dramaturgy); MA – English Literature & Composition; MA – Theatre Arts; BA – English (minors: History, Drama)
UC, Irvine - UC, San Diego; La Sierra University; San Diego State University; Walla Walla University

“We can't all be great at everything and that's frustrating. Even among high achievers, it's hard to admit that a challenging subject doesn't come as easy as others. These looming roadblocks tend to become the subjects students "hate" - an unfortunate and avoidable fate if the dread is faced and eased. Too many times writing and English are labeled as hated subjects because they're over-thought and allowed to turn into giants that haunt students. So many of the students I tutor already know what they want to say, but simply need the right kind of help, and the right tools, to move them past their fear. The confidence they gain when they realize what they're capable of communicating through writing is incredible! (And, I truly love hearing back from clients, excited to share with me that they got into the college, grad program, or job to which I helped them apply!)”
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Bachelors Economics & Physics
Wake Forest University

“Many teachers simply don't have the time, ability, or the passion that it takes to help every student in their classes achieve success and understanding in their subjects. I enjoy helping those students succeed in areas where they struggled in a traditional classroom.”
profile

Statistics B.S., Economics minor (In Progress)
California State University, Long Beach

“Tutoring is perhaps one of the most enriching and stimulating professions out there, especially for a college student like me. I have worked with so many amazing students over the years, and have developed personal relationships with many students and families in my community. Not only have I helped these students achieve academic and personal success, but I have also benefited from their acquaintance in more ways than I can count. ”
profile

Master of Arts in Teaching
University of California, Irvine (UCI)

“I became an educator because I love to teach. I think one of the most important things I can do is to show students how much bigger and more interesting the world is than what they've already experienced, and teaching history and English provides a way to do that. I am passionate about tutoring because, when I can work with students in a one on one context, it is easier for them to interact with the material, ask questions, take the necessary time to think through the difficult concepts, and ultimately learn than it is for them to do those things in a crowded classroom. When I can see students make progress and enjoy learning, it makes me more excited to work with them.”
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Bachelors Economics & Physics
Wake Forest University

“Many teachers simply don't have the time, ability, or the passion that it takes to help every student in their classes achieve success and understanding in their subjects. I enjoy helping those students succeed in areas where they struggled in a traditional classroom.”
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MBA Candidate, BA Economics, Mathematics Minor
Mihaylo College of Business and Economics, CSU Fullerton

“I have been helping students in their math and science courses my entire life. Tutoring allows me to share my knowledge and keep my skills fresh and current. ”
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Bachelor of Arts, Spanish Language and Literature
University of California, Berkeley

“I am passionate about tutoring because I enjoy being part of the education journey with the student. I see my duty as showing the student how to understand and solve problems. I do not give the answers to the student because there are always new concepts and subjects to learn. The important part of tutoring is to guide the student to think in a step-by-step process to come to an understanding and solution of the subject. When the student shows they want to learn and puts in the effort to come to an understanding and mastery of the subject; it is a win-win situation for both the student and me, as the tutor.”
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Master of Arts in Teaching
University of California, Irvine (UCI)

“I became an educator because I love to teach. I think one of the most important things I can do is to show students how much bigger and more interesting the world is than what they've already experienced, and teaching history and English provides a way to do that. I am passionate about tutoring because, when I can work with students in a one on one context, it is easier for them to interact with the material, ask questions, take the necessary time to think through the difficult concepts, and ultimately learn than it is for them to do those things in a crowded classroom. When I can see students make progress and enjoy learning, it makes me more excited to work with them.”
profile

Ph.D, 5th year – Theatre & Drama (emphases: Theory, Dramaturgy); MA – English Literature & Composition; MA – Theatre Arts; BA – English (minors: History, Drama)
UC, Irvine - UC, San Diego; La Sierra University; San Diego State University; Walla Walla University

“We can't all be great at everything and that's frustrating. Even among high achievers, it's hard to admit that a challenging subject doesn't come as easy as others. These looming roadblocks tend to become the subjects students "hate" - an unfortunate and avoidable fate if the dread is faced and eased. Too many times writing and English are labeled as hated subjects because they're over-thought and allowed to turn into giants that haunt students. So many of the students I tutor already know what they want to say, but simply need the right kind of help, and the right tools, to move them past their fear. The confidence they gain when they realize what they're capable of communicating through writing is incredible! (And, I truly love hearing back from clients, excited to share with me that they got into the college, grad program, or job to which I helped them apply!)”
profile

Bachelors Economics & Physics
Wake Forest University

“Many teachers simply don't have the time, ability, or the passion that it takes to help every student in their classes achieve success and understanding in their subjects. I enjoy helping those students succeed in areas where they struggled in a traditional classroom.”
profile

Statistics B.S., Economics minor (In Progress)
California State University, Long Beach

“Tutoring is perhaps one of the most enriching and stimulating professions out there, especially for a college student like me. I have worked with so many amazing students over the years, and have developed personal relationships with many students and families in my community. Not only have I helped these students achieve academic and personal success, but I have also benefited from their acquaintance in more ways than I can count. ”
profile

General Biology, Minors: Mathematics, Law & Society
University of California, San Diego

“For me, learning is one of the most satisfying experiences you can have, and being a part of someone else's "eureka!" moment is a close second. One thing that draws me to tutoring is the idea that every individual learns in a different way. I enjoy trying to tailor my lessons to my students, so that they can see the most progress in their studies. Learning is a skill we need all throughout life, so knowing how to do it efficiently will prove immensely beneficial. ”
profile

Master of Arts in Teaching
University of California, Irvine (UCI)

“I became an educator because I love to teach. I think one of the most important things I can do is to show students how much bigger and more interesting the world is than what they've already experienced, and teaching history and English provides a way to do that. I am passionate about tutoring because, when I can work with students in a one on one context, it is easier for them to interact with the material, ask questions, take the necessary time to think through the difficult concepts, and ultimately learn than it is for them to do those things in a crowded classroom. When I can see students make progress and enjoy learning, it makes me more excited to work with them.”
profile

Master's student in Data Science & Analytics, B.S. in Applied Physics, A.S. in Computer Science
SJSU, UCI, RCC

“From my own education, I have noticed that sincerity has been the distinction between a great and poor teacher. I have a strong passion for the the sciences. I love tutoring because I can help students gain a similar appreciation once they understand the material better. And I find that with every session, I, myself, also gain a deeper understanding of science through teaching it.”
profile

Ph.D, 5th year – Theatre & Drama (emphases: Theory, Dramaturgy); MA – English Literature & Composition; MA – Theatre Arts; BA – English (minors: History, Drama)
UC, Irvine - UC, San Diego; La Sierra University; San Diego State University; Walla Walla University

“We can't all be great at everything and that's frustrating. Even among high achievers, it's hard to admit that a challenging subject doesn't come as easy as others. These looming roadblocks tend to become the subjects students "hate" - an unfortunate and avoidable fate if the dread is faced and eased. Too many times writing and English are labeled as hated subjects because they're over-thought and allowed to turn into giants that haunt students. So many of the students I tutor already know what they want to say, but simply need the right kind of help, and the right tools, to move them past their fear. The confidence they gain when they realize what they're capable of communicating through writing is incredible! (And, I truly love hearing back from clients, excited to share with me that they got into the college, grad program, or job to which I helped them apply!)”
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