Physics Courses : Berlin, Germany

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Physics Courses in Berlin / Online


Teacher: Veera Abhilash pydikondala (Berlin)

Speaks English, Tamil, German

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Physik für Grund- und Hauptschüler. Komplexe und fortgeschrittene Physik für höhere und höhere Studierende. Einschließlich Energietechnologien.

Physics for primary and secondary class students. Complex and advanced physics for higher secondary and university students. Including Energy technologies.

Live examples, concept illustration videos, problem solving methodologies.


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TU Berlin
Straße des 17. Juni 135 · D-10623 Berlin
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Hourly rates (EUR € / USD $)

1 student€20.00 [~$24.32]
2 students€15.00 [~$18.24]
3 students or more€10.00 [~$12.16]
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