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156188 physics teachers offer online physics classes.

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What is the average price for online physics lessons?

The average price for online physics lessons classes is $14 .

The rate will vary based on a number of different factors: 

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97% of tutors offer their first lesson for free. 

Online classes are on average 20% more expensive than face-to-face classes. 

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Is it hard to learn physics online?

Is it possible to learn introductory physics (equivalent to the first year of university-level, calculus-based physics) for free online? While many people would say that learning a complex subject such as physics might be a bit complicated through an online platform, there is a wide variety of websites and apps that offer great courses and exercises for those hoping to learn physics online.

There are a lot of online courses you can enroll in for free. For example, MIT has courses that cover got everything you need to get started with physics. Some courses are even taught by instructors with amazing credits like Nobel Prizes and field-defining work.

If you want to learn physics online, check out some of the websites and online resources below:

Fundamentals of Physics I: this course is an excellent way for you to brush up on the essential concepts of physics. It was created by Yale University and it is taught by the physics professor Ramamurti Shankar. The lessons cover the principles and methods of physics, focusing on problem solving, quantitative reasoning and such concepts as Newtonian mechanics, special relativity, gravitation, waves, and thermodynamics.

Physics for the 21st Century: this online course takes you through the foundations of physics. They have several tools that you can use to learn like interactive videos, simulations and comprehensive notes. This is a great option for those who are looking to understand what the field of physics is and how it can be applied.

From the Big Bang to dark energy: if you are looking to understand how the universe was created this course is for you. Created by the University of Tokyo, you will go over things like The Big Bang, the formation of the elements, the Higgs Boson, dark matter, dark energy and anti-matter. The course is 14 hours long and it is taught by Hitoshi Murayama, a University of California, Berkley physics professor and the Director of Kavli Institute for the Physics and Mathematics of the Universe.

Richard Feynman: Fun to Imagine: Richard Feynman is a legendary physicist who explains physics and how it relates to the world around us in this online course. It is a series of 10-minute videos that break down complex subjects in an easily digestible manner.

Understanding Einstein: the Special Theory of Relativity: this 8-week course is taught by Stanford University’s Academic Director and historian of science Larry Randles Lagerstrom. It talks about how Einstein came up with his famous theory of relativity.

MIT Online: this free course offered by MIT takes you through a free college course in physics. They are quite interactive, with lecture notes, exams and assignments. It is a great way for you to decide wether you want to pursue a career or education in the field of physics.

Particle Physics: An Introduction: if you are looking to learn about subatomic physics, including the properties of atomic nuclei, how to detect and accelerate particles, as well as about electromagnetic, strong and weak interactions this might just be the course for you. This 31-hour course from the University of Geneva is taught by professor Marin Pohl, whose current focus is astroparticle physics in space.

Another great way to learn physics online is by connecting with a private tutor or physics teacher through Superprof. Most of our tutors have the online modality available and you can take your tailor-made physics courses from the comfort of your own home.

What is the best time to study physics?

Is there a specific time to study physics? Physics is a tough subject that requires an open mind and the right approach so it is no wonder many students ask themselves this question.

Most people would think that morning is the best time to study, as our brains tend to be the sharpest in the morning. Another element that also affects this is the natural light, which is good for your eyes and helps keep you alert. You can learn a new theory or reviews your notes from the previous day because mornings generally give you a better recollection ability.

On the other hand, during the afternoon, students’ brains are good at integrating new information with what they already know. During this time of day, students are able to create connections and make the information they have learned more meaningful.

What math do you need for physics?

Mathematics and Physics and inherently intertwined. While you don't have to be a mathematical genius to study physics, you do need to know the basics, and college physics classes often use calculus and algebra.

These are some of the math subjects you need to master in order to succeed in physics:

Algebra

Geometry and trigonometry

Calculus

Probability and statistics

Differential equations

What do physics tutors do?

Are you ready to enroll in physics lessons or physics courses with a private tutor? Taking private physics lessons, whether in person or online is a great way for you to polish your physics skills and discover more about the fascinating world of physics.

Our platform is the ideal place for you to connect with physics tutors all over Canada who can help you reach your goals and become a better physics student.

We have more than two thousand physics tutors all over the country who are ready to share their knowledge with you. Find the one that best suits your needs by looking at their Superprof profiles, finding our which area of physics they specialize in, what school grade are they used to teaching and the opinions of previous students who have already taking physics lessons with them.

The average price per hour of physics lessons with our Superprof tutors is $23 dollars but this can vary depending on the city that you live in as well as the experience and diplomas of the tutor you choose.

Make sure to budget for your physics courses and ask for a free introduction class so you and the tutor can get to know each other better.

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