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Experience Science tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. Top tutors will help you learn Science through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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We can help you connect with exceptional Science tutors with the highest of qualifications, who are ready to help you. The tutors come from top institutions such as 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.

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Undergraduate Degree:
Penn State University - Biology, With Concentrations In Vertebrate Physiology And Neuroscience

Graduate Degree:
New York University School Of Medicine - Prospective Graduation Date: May 2013

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Undergraduate Degree:
Williams College - Biology

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Undergraduate Degree:
Emory University - Neuroscience And Behavioral Biology

Graduate Degree:
American University Of Antigua - Medicine

How your tutor helps you master: Science


Your personal learning style and needs will be assessed by our educational director to ensure your key Science goals are met.


Your instructor will identify your current Science skill level, as well as specific weaknesses to be addressed.


You will surpass your learning goals with an education program personalized to your needs.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

We discussed lasers and coherent light, and also some issues with spectroscopy and with electronic transitions. The handout for Chapter 14 is now available. We are trying to anticipate both free response and MC questions.

The student needed additional practice and session before her test this Monday. We worked on a study guide and practice problems. She felt comfortable once we practiced some problems. She also worked on conversion problems. She seems to be ready for her exam on Monday.

Today we covered language arts prepositional phrases, conversion problems, and also percent problems. There are currently no scores/grades to note. The student did not struggle with the items we reviewed today. The student will receive additional practice via email. I do not have any concerns from this tutorial session.

During this session, the student and I started off by working through one of his recent science homework assignments on the topic of experimental design/graphing. After going through and analyzing the homework assignment, we started to go through a new practice test for his upcoming 8th grade science assessment exam. For this test, we began to work on each question by going over the content and beginning to focus on test taking strategies that he can implement on test day.

The student and I covered material for a quiz he had on the periodic table. We went over the atom, atomic nuclei, and trends on the periodic table. We also reviewed his knowledge of chemical symbols for an upcoming quiz he will have on 50 chemical symbols from the periodic table.

The student has an upcoming science test so we spent most of the time going over her lessons and going over her current homework to make sure that she understands the material. We covered the solar system and the new material that we went over included the outer planets, characteristics of the sun, and other matter found in space. She has continued to progress in Science. She has raised her grade up a couple more percent and is still in the C range. She has also improved her history grade by about 10 percent. We set up a schedule for her to get that work done and turned in. She showed confidence in her understanding of this science topic, and she is near mastering the material. I gave her a set of flashcards with vocabulary from her science chapter to complete before our next session.

We reviewed material on the periodic table for her exam, which is next week. We went through all of the vocabulary in the textbook and selected problems from the section/chapter reviews. We went through the study guide that she was given and made notes of examples and textbook pages to look at over the weekend. She needs to go through the vocabulary again to memorize it but was able to answer the review questions at the end of the session.

The student needed help on Math homework - he was attempting to solve for x and y using two separate equations and substituting after finding one variable. I believe this is the first week they've done this and he needed a bit of extra practice. The other student has a big science test coming up on Ohm's law. We practiced the vocab and the calculations tonight and will do so again tomorrow before Friday's test.

During this section the student and I reviewed for her upcoming science test on Chapter 14. We reviewed the two sections from last session and also covered the remaining two sections in Chapter 14 including muscles and skin. We reviewed the study guide provided by her teacher and also reviewed her section assignments. The student got 100% on her vocab test for this chapter. She was struggling the most with understanding what I was reading from the book so I had her read some of it to better help her understand. For extra practice, I told her to review the remainder of her section assignments and to go over the vocab again.

Although I was assigned to the student for middle school math, he wanted me to help him work on a science project for his in which he had to make a bottle rocket. He actually currently has a 95% in his math class and says he is doing well in that regard. He was bright and very fun to work with and easy to talk to. We worked on the project the entire time and were able to get through about 2/3 of it.

Today we reviewed some quizzes and worked on discussion questions. Her current topic in science is on renewable resources. She did very well on both of the quizzes. She understood what the discussion questions were asking, and didn't have any problems answering them. She isn't struggling with anything.

First we did more probability questions for Trigonometry, this time focusing on the possibility of mutually exclusive events. We then reviewed 18th and 19th century labor relations for his US History test. We also studied for his Forensics test tomorrow. We ended the session reading the first 13 pages of "Fahrenheit 451" with him and answering study questions. He really seems to like this book and understands it pretty well.

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