A physics tutor helps students understand and learn the hard and complicated concepts of physics during either private, one-on-one sessions, or group meetings. They also design lesson plans and give exercises to the pupils while keeping records of their educational progress.
The tasks include checking and evaluating students' assignments, exams, and projects, and providing tips and pointers to obtain better scores. Encouraging and assisting the students during reviews for upcoming tests are also parts of the job. During the sessions, the students should improve their problem-solving skills and academic performance.
The qualifications to be a physics tutor may vary depending on the level and age of the students. For instance, high school students need a tutor who is at least a high school graduate. Undergraduate students require someone with more advanced background in the subject, preferably a physics degree holder. But certainly, the candidates must have comprehensive knowledge of the subject and an effective teaching approach.