“Easily the best physics teacher I’ve ever had.”
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“Much better than my college professor.”
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“Erik’s knowledge of physics is impeccable.”
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“Erik was fantastic at explaining physics concepts.”
“Erik’s examples were AMAZING and I like that he made a lot of connections with real world applications.”
“Erik was able to explain physics in a way that made it seem so easy — physics has never made so much sense to me.”
“Erik’s knowledge and calm demeanor impress me tremendously – he teaches with wonderful ability.”
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“Erik provided many examples that helped strengthen my understanding of the content.”
Erik teaches a hard subject in a very understandable way.
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Hello, my name is Erik Brugamyer (aka “Doctor B.”) and I would love to become your physics tutor in Austin. If you’re looking for a physics or math tutor in Austin, I can help!
I’m a professional physics teacher and tutor with a Ph.D. in Astrophysics. Over the past 10 years, I’ve helped thousands of students find success in their physics classes – homework, lab reports, and exams. I bring a unique mix of knowledge, passion, insight, and empathy into my tutoring and teaching sessions. I, too, struggled a bit in my first physics classes, so I understand many of the ways in which common misconceptions and errors come about.
My job is to help you understand, learn, and hopefully appreciate physics. Towards that end, I focus first on the basic concepts – the math comes later. (All too often, the “point” seems to get lost in the math.) If you’ve ever said to yourself while trying to work a physics problem: “I have no idea where to start!?”, then I can definitely help you.
I’d love to become your physics tutor! Check out my tutoring rates below, then contact me to learn more!