AP Physics: This tutorial goes over the standard syllabus for an AP and college level Physics class, giving a thorough review of the major points of chemistry and giving insider training on how to approach the AP Exam. Heavily suggested for students who would like a head-start to their AP Physics classes or who need guided assistance outside of their school.
- Text: Barron’s AP Physics
Current: Peace Corps Math Teacher in Mozambique
Education: Physics, Brown University
Info: Charles Wood is a physics major from Brown University. He became interested in teaching by starting an after school math tutoring program for elementary students during high school. He currently runs an after school science club in Providence that gets kids excited about science through demonstrations and experiments in physics, chemistry, and biology. He scored 660 writing, 710 math, and 800 verbal on the SAT, 700 on the SATII Math Level 2, and 710 on the SAT Literature. He took a variety of AP classes and achieved a 4 in Latin: Vergil, a 5 in U.S. History, a 5 in English Literature, a 5 in Calculus AB, and a 5 in Calculus BC. He is also a recipient of a Karen T. Romer Undergraduate Research and Teaching Award, to perform biophysics research. When not in school, his pastimes include skiing, rock climbing, backpacking, traveling, and writing.