Award-Winning Chemistry Tutors in Plainfield, NJ
Erica "...I am qualified to tutor a wide range of subjects, including math, reading, writing, and sciences, from grade school through college level. I have received a Bachelor's degree in Science in Biochemistry (minors: philosophy and chemistry) from Louisiana State University. I also have extensive experience in basic science research, with a published paper..."
Louisiana State University - B.S., Biochemistry
Brande "Having 10 years of experience as a state certified science teacher has afforded me the opportunity to work with a wide variety of students, from special needs to the gifted and talented. This experience, more than anything, has helped me understand each student learns differently, and that the key to education is adapting to each student’s learning style. I was recently awarded my MD, and have a dual masters in education and chemistry. My extensive science background combined with my experience and training as an educator has given me a unique set of tools that help me maximize the benefit from tutoring sessions while making the time enjoyable for the student..."
Jackie "... I often draw on my own experience as a learner to try and understand some of the obstacles that may impede my students’ progress. I have come to appreciate the impact that issues in other aspects of my students’ lives may have on their ability to focus and learn. I have had no more rewarding experience than having a young student tell me how good he or she feels after having done very well on an exam thanks to our tutoring session..."
The City College of New York - Bachelors, Biology
American University of Antigua School of Medicine - Current Undergrad, Medical School
Sela "I have about 9 years of experiences in teaching and tutoring various age groups in subjects including math, science, and English. The needs of each student determine the teaching style.."
Fouad "...I have tutored high school and university students and helped them improve their understanding of the subjects they were having trouble with and improve their grades. I tutor a wide variety of subjects for students in middle school, high school, and college. These include Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, Biology, General Biology, Biostatistics, Genetics, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Physics, Electricity and Magnetism, and Mechanics..."
Lebanese American University - BS, Biology
Jack "...I have a passion for math and science as well as a particular interest in reading and writing. I really enjoy tutoring and the unique sense of accomplishment that can be shared with a student while working through a problem and developing a stronger understanding for the subject matter at hand. Teaching runs in my family and my parents and older sister have instilled in me a desire to work in education and share my enthusiasm for learning with others..."
Lauren "... I completed my course requirements early and am now tutoring full-time, allowing me to devote my undivided attention to my students. I had the privilege of teaching multiple classes during my graduate career, and am excited to work one-on-one with students. I am eager to connect with them on a more personal level so that I may adjust my teaching style to meet the need of each individual..."
Sam "...Its great fun to be able to teach what you love, and I look forward to working with new students on these subjects. I try my best to make every subject relatable to my students through everyday examples. I break down major concepts into more manageable pieces to help students see the larger concept..."
Kevin "...Biology because I am very interested in the way that life functions, and math and physics because I am interested in the principles of physics--and physics is essentially math. As a relatively recent graduate, I have recently undergone what students are currently going through, and I remember the struggles that I once had. My tutoring style, is one of of empathy, as it is important to understand a student, in order to properly teach them..."
Kenneth "Kenny is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor's degree in Cognitive Neuroscience, minoring in Chemistry and Music. While at UPenn, he was a member of the Cognitive Science Honors Program, where he completed his published thesis in Cognitive Musicology. He was also a contributing author to UPenn's undergraduate medical journal Synapse, played both saxophone and piano for the Penn Jazz Band, and served as a tutor and TA for a wide range of core science and neuroscience courses. Kenny scored in the top percentiles in both the SAT and ACT, with additional expertise on the SAT Subject Tests and AP exams in Physics, Biology, Chemistry and Mathematics..."