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💰 What is the cost of a private physics tutor in Halifax?

In Halifax, the average cost of physics classes is $21 an hour.


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  • The number of classes and the duration of each lesson
  • The objective of your physics classes. E.g. are you preparing to sit your high school examinations physics exam?

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👨🏼‍⚖️ How many private teachers are currently available for physics lessons in Halifax?

58 teachers are available to offer physics support in Halifax and the suburban areas.


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Physics is one of the most difficult subjects in secondary school. Many teens struggle with physics as it is such a vast subject and requires a certain level of mathematics. There are many subject areas in physics and there are also mathematical concepts which most students find very challenging.

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Physics Lessons Halifax

Halifax is the capital of Manitoba, a province in Canada. The Forks, a historic landmark at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine rivers, is at its heart, with warehouses converted into stores and restaurants and plenty of green space dedicated to festivals, concerts, and exhibitions.

As a progressive city, Halifax also has the young (and old alike) education at heart. So much so that despite the city's university, it still has a dedicated university for Physics. 

Is Physics Harder Than Math?

Physics is generally perceived to be harder than math, and this is due to the following reasons:

  • Experiments in the laboratory, plus having to write laboratory reports on those experiments
  • Theoretical concepts and 
  • Calculations in mathematics

Due to the reasons mentioned above, physics is generally perceived to be harder than math. Now, you need to be good at math to be good at Physics! But that won't be enough to be good in physics. Because much of physics describes how and why things behave the way they do in day-to-day life, these are the basics. But for these to be better understood, they're expressed using mathematical equations, which accurately describe their working principles. 

That's why math is important for understanding physics. In A-Level physics examinations, 40% of the marks are allocated to math-related questions.

What are the Four Laws of Physics?

Physics, as a science subject, has many laws, theories, and concepts. But here's a list of 4 of the most fundamental concepts you should know:

  1. The laws of motion (classical mechanics)- Newton's three laws of motion
  2. Electromagnetism- 4 forces govern the universe, and this is one of them.
  3. Relativity- the different perspectives to analyze forces applied to a body
  4. Thermodynamics- the relationship between work, heat, body and temperature

How Do I Start Learning Physics?

Learning physics can be pretty challenging due to its high problem-solving nature. But with the right attitude to learn, continuous practice, and unwavering focus, anyone can not only learn but master it. And the best part is that you don't have to be within the four walls of a classroom to learn it because there are lots of ways you can do that on your own now, thanks to the internet!

So below are four ways you can start learning physics right now:

  1. Get the suitable resources

There are so many physics textbooks out there, and it's advisable to get a recommended one to use. You can also buy a few others as your study books. The reason is that different textbooks focus on different angles when explaining a particular topic. So if you find one approach hard to understand, another might be more sensible to you. 

  1. Create a study routine

Once you create a routine of something, it'll become a habit, it might be difficult to stop practicing it.  Likewise, studying physics or any other subject. 

You can start by choosing one hour each day from your spare time to study physics. It will help you make progress and ensure you take a break once you start studying more than an hour a day. This will ensure you don't get exhausted. 

  1. Learn and master the basics

If you want to master any course from scratch, you have to start learning from the basics. In physics, very complex topics come with equally complex problems, but to stand a chance at solving them when you get to that level; you have to understand the basics first.

You can do that by:

  1. Memorizing formulae. That is, memorize and understand what each letter, sign, or number in a formula stands for, e.g., 

s = d/t

Where s is speed, d is distance, and t is velocity

  1. Using diagrams. This will help you understand relevant theorems and units of measurement better, like topics such as force, electricity, and magnetism. After all, physics as a subject is quite visual.

iii. Simplifying concepts and problems by breaking them down. When solving problems in physics, listing out all the known variables can help you understand the question better and even give you ideas on different approaches to try and solve it correctly and in no time.

  1. Hire an online tutor


Physics studies could be complex for beginners, because there's only so much you can understand on your own, even when you give your best at studying personally, that's why it's advisable to get a tutor in your journey to learning and mastering physics. And thanks to the internet today and the availability of thousands of online courses, we have tutors virtually everywhere. 

What Does a Physics Tutor Do?

Finding the right tutor can be a hassle because there are tutors who understand physics but aren't very good at teaching it to others. While others might be good communicators but don't have the accurate knowledge and understanding of what they're teaching. 

Now you'll agree that you'll definitely need a tutor who possesses both for a subject like physics. That is someone who can simplify concepts, formulae, their derivations, and units and explain them in simple ways that'll make you wonder at how fast you could comprehend.

The truth is that such physics tutors exist, and there are great platforms where you can find them. For example, Superprof is a platform well known for offering tutorship to students who want to learn more about a subject or are struggling with a particular subject. 

And when you read testimonies from parents of our past and current students, you'll see that hiring from Superprof means more than just learning. It means self-development and confidence building as well. Confidence in yourself to walk into any examination and be sure of success. That kind of confidence. 

Superprof makes this easy by having an astounding array of tutors, offering tutoring services in 18 different languages across 39 countries and 1001 subjects; physics is one of them. And with over 1 million students that have given their tutors 5-star ratings, you are guaranteed success in your physics study.

Have you considered hiring a tutor for physics lessons? If yes,  freely go through the various tutor profiles, then contact the one you feel suits you best based on pricing, experience, qualification, lesson mode (via webcam or at home). 


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