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Varsity Tutors offers Anatomy tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll help you learn Anatomy through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.
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Our outstanding tutors are available and excited to help you conquer Anatomy. They have attended renowned programs like MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and other leading schools.
Johns Hopkins University - Behavioral Biology
De Paul University - Biology
Georgia Institute Of Technology - Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Cornell University - Biology And Society
How we help you master: Anatomy
TARGETING ANATOMY AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT
Our educational director will pinpoint learning styles, map out goals and plans to target specific areas for improvement.
EVALUATING STRENGTHS & WEAKNESSES
Your instructor will identify your current skill level in Anatomy, as well as specific weaknesses to be addressed.
PERSONALLY DESIGNED LESSONS
We create a personalized learning program, guiding you toward your Anatomy objectives.
Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
Today, I helped the student start his large essay for World History. He had spent the morning working on related assignments, so the topic was fresh in his mind and he had already written down much of the necessary information in some format. I was asked to help the student with the introduction and create a template for the first paragraph, on which he could model the rest of the essay once I had left. He started with the introduction and thesis statement and then created a structural outline for the first paragraph of the body. He then filled it in with the information for that section and used this outline to write a fluent paragraph. He filled in the outline for the next two sections before I left, and he felt comfortable using the outline structure to complete the assignment. He did a very good job working today. He is getting much better at comma usage and restructuring sentences for fluidity.
The student and I studied for the ACT today. She's taking it on Saturday. We did 2 passages from the English section and 3 passages of science. She did fine.
Reviewed topics covered yesterday, worked more on reducing fractions to their simplest form, making a common denominator, lowest common multiple problems and did more word problems involving candy as a visual.
Our session began with fluency work. Then we worked on a creative drawing task. After having the opportunity to apply prereading questioning, the student began to read aloud. We then worked on summarizing.
The student did well with the math word problems. She also did well with an activity that we did dealing with transition words.
During this tutoring lesson, the student and I worked on a 2-page, 39 questions worksheet: "Solving Quadratic Equations." This specific Algebra worksheet dealt with the same material/topics (mainly solving and graphing quadratic equations) that we worked on during Monday's lesson. The student and I reviewed the quadratic equation in standard form (ax squared + bx + c = 0), and how to use that specific formula to graph quadratic equations. He is comprehending -- and retaining -- the Algebra topics that we are reviewing together. He is always focused and attentive to the task at hand. He informed me that his grades at school are improving. He let me know that his current high school GPA is 3.5. Bravo!
I worked with the first student for the initial 30 minutes of this session on elementary math. She has a test tomorrow on units conversion. For the last 30 minutes of the session I worked with the second student on understanding declarative sentences and how to correctly use commas when making lists. He has a test on this tomorrow.
The student and I worked on all four sections today, plus the essay. She has really come along! She's consistently getting scores in the low- to mid-30s. Well done!! Her homework for the week is to practice each section in preparation for next weekend's test.
Like usual, I reviewed the old lessons with the student first and then he learned the names of cities and states. I gave him 10 words to memorize and learn and he did very well with that. His pronunciation is getting so much better and clear. Overall, he did a very good job.
Today we worked on algebra, specifically solving systems of equations using substitution. We worked on several problems with two equations and one problem with three equations. It seemed like we were able to clear some things up; She did great!
The student requested that we start by reviewing a few math problems that she had trouble with. After minimal clarification she was able to solve them easily. We went through one practice set and she seemed more than capable of solving the problems at hand and applying the necessary background knowledge (formulas, relationships, strategies). We then completed all the remaining analogies in the practice book. She did very well. Then we focused on synonyms, which were not as easy but she did fine. For both exercises I tracked vocab for her to return to.
The student took her final exam in Psychology today, and she thinks it went well. She said she feels better about her performance on this exam than on either of the two previous ones. We spent a lot of time preparing, so I'm very hopeful that she will do well. In our session, we reviewed the material for Unit 8 in her Art History class. This section covers female artists in the WPA and their role in Abstract Expressionism. I first gave her some general historical background on the Depression and the New Deal, explaining in more detail how Roosevelt provided government support for artists and the legacy of his approach to public art. For the discussion question, she chose to write about Isabel Bishop, so we did some research on her and drafted a response about how Bishop did and did not fit in the artistic zeitgeist of the 1930's and 1940's in the US.
How can a Anatomy tutor from Varsity Tutors help you master Anatomy?
Varsity Tutors offers Anatomy and Physiology tutoring in New York City, NY. We’ll help you learn Anatomy and Physiology through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your own home or another location of your choice. We have brilliant tutors with backgrounds in pre-med, biology, and chemistry available to help you whether you are taking an introductory Anatomy & Physiology high school course or a medical school level course.
The structure of living organisms is complex. This means that your anatomy class is probably fairly complex as well. One-on-one anatomy tutoring from one of our expert tutors in New York City, Long Island, and New Jersey can help, regardless of your age or experience level. Anatomy doesn’t have to be an insurmountable task. We’ll work with you in one-on-one anatomy tutoring from sessions until you know all of the bones and muscles like the back of your hand.
There are obviously quite a few bones, muscles, tissues, cells, and so forth in our bodies. Learning all of them isn’t easy. What’s the best way to master the material? It depends on the student. With personalized learning plans and private anatomy tutoring, your tutor can work with you to find the learning strategies that work best for you. With regular tutoring sessions, our New York City, NY-based tutors are able to help you retain the huge amount of information covered in anatomy education. When you understand how all of the various parts and systems connect, you’ll be much more likely to acquire new knowledge in your long-term memory. Come test time, you’ll be ready to go! Step outside the classroom to begin your customized private anatomy tutoring experience, getting the personal attention and approach you need to master anatomy. We serve New York City, New Jersey, Long Island, Westchester and Connecticut. Call us today to find out how more about how our private anatomy tutoring services in New York, NY can help you boost your academic performance.
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