Award-Winning Chemistry Tutors in Plainfield, NJ
Jack "... As a current student, I understand various learning strategies and the different study techniques. I have extensive tutoring experience, serving as a tutor in Biology, General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry. In these sessions, I will use real life examples to make science fun and enjoyable! Ultimately, my goal as a tutor is to ensure the success of the student, whether it is prepping for a High School Regents examination or assisting in a laboratory report..."
Ethan "...I knew that I wanted to go to medical school and would first need to complete the prerequisites, but in the time between undergrad and postbaccalaureate coursework, I worked as a personal trainer. The experience of tailoring plans for the individual and working one-on-one with a client has proved to be invaluable to me as a tutor. While completing the premedical postbaccalaureate at ASU, I tutored several classmates and lab partners in the natural and physical sciences. They are my favorite and best subjects, and I really enjoyed teaching them, because it both reinforced my understanding of the material and helped a fellow student..."
Kaynat "...Another thing about me is that I am also proficient at tutoring students online because of my previous experience of teaching an online Arabic class. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate in the subjects of English/Literature, History, and Biology. I also enjoy helping students prepare for standardized tests..."
Rachel "...I've spent the past few years tutoring my college peers in organic chemistry and working as a teaching assistant for introductory biology classes. I particularly enjoy tutoring organic and biochemistry because they’re the building blocks for other biology courses, and for the world around us. It’s hard to make atoms and molecules significant when they’re presented alone, but if you can put them in context by connecting them to things that are visible and tangible, these abstract concepts become a new way of understanding how life works! I’m excited by the subjects I have the privilege of teaching, and I think that’s what makes my tutoring style special..."
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.."
Andrew "...I love studying Biology, Anatomy, Physiology, Organic Chemistry, General Chemistry, Microbiology, and Biochemistry, and I have experience tutoring students in these subjects from the middle school to the undergraduate level. Although I typically tutor students in the Biological Sciences and Chemistry, I am also able to tutor students in elementary and middle school math. I am able to work with students on MCAT preparation and can help you achieve the score you want by focusing on how to properly approach the problems and hitting all the necessary bases with content review. For my teaching style, I like to teach students how to best approach and understand complex concepts with confidence so that they will build up the skill set required to solve and understand problems effortlessly..."
David "...I take very seriously the project of motivating that outlook. I am of the belief that cultivating genuine investment in the material is the most pleasant and productive path to performance on the relevant tests. Outside of my academic curiosities, I still have a weakness for two of my teenage passions: skateboarding and snowboarding. They've prevented me from growing up too fast..."
University of Wisconsin-Madison - BS Physics, BS Philosophy, Certificate in Mathematics, Double Major in Physics and Philosophy, Minored in Mathematics
Camille "...I also have experience tutoring in a number of subject areas, and have worked with diverse sets of students who have varied in age, grade level, and coursework. I began tutoring almost seven years ago working with disadvantaged students on mathematics. Since then, I have constructed curriculum for a program for middle school girls, and spent a semester training in preparation to be writing tutor at Duke’s writing center which serves graduate and undergraduate students across disciplines..."
Duke University - BA, African and African American Studies
Columbia University in the City of New York - MS, Narrative Medicine
State Certified Teacher
Joshua "...It seemed only logical that I should pursue a career as a biologist or chemist and perhaps become a researcher. When I began my undergraduate career at the University of Scranton, I was blessed with many opportunities to learn biology so I decided to major in it. I also found the humanity courses such as philosophy and psychology interesting. I decided to minor in philosophy and decided to take pre-med courses..."
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..."