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Science Tutoring in New York City, NY

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Varsity Tutors offers Science tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in New York City, NY. We'll 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 have exceptional tutors with the highest of qualifications ready to help you master Science. 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.



Undergraduate Degree:
Johns Hopkins University - Behavioral Biology

Graduate Degree:
De Paul University - Biology



Undergraduate Degree:
Georgia Institute Of Technology - Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering



Undergraduate Degree:
Cornell University - Biology And Society

How we help you master: Science


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


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


You will surpass your learning goals with our personalized education program.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

1. The student's science teacher stapled a note saying that he had forgotten to write down Monday's homework (RWB 9-10) and that he has a Skills Test on Wednesday. We did both tonight. 2. We studied for his Social Studies test tomorrow and reviewed terms. We have done this on and off during the week (especially Sunday). 3. Brought home his math workbook so that we could do the assignment (workbook section 3-2). 4. We completed Spanish homework, which was 2 pages out of his workbook, which was bookmarked.

The student came prepared to tutoring with all he had worked on. He was able to read vocabulary from the third grade level. He worked on 2 digit addition, word problems and time. We also worked on phonics and phonograms. He seems to be getting more confident in his skills. He is a great student.

In my session with the student we critiqued a sample essay he wrote. His homework this week is to write another essay, and come up with a list of examples that he feels confident about so that we practice applying them to multiple prompts. We also went through the strategies for the Improving Paragraphs section, and then did some sample sections together. He is strong with his grammar.

The student had a test recently. We went through the problems he got wrong and how to do them correctly. He came to an understanding of where he went wrong and how to approach similar future problems.

I first tested the student on the index cards she made on Monday for population confidence intervals and she did very well. We then worked through one of her homework problems and her problem solving was much improved. We then transitioned to Section 11.1 to discuss confidence interval calculations when population standard deviation is unknown. We focused on the difference in shape between normal and t-distributions, why the latter is dependent on sample size, and margin or error. The student made additional index cards throughout the lesson. So far this technique seems to be working well for her.

The student concentrated on her physics lecture and homework covering the new topic of Thermodynamics. We studied the different temperature scales- Kelvin, Fahrenheit, and Celsius, and went over how to memorize and use the new equations. We worked on some word associations for her to use to remember the new equations and keep them straight as well as definitions. She did very well in learning the concept, memorizing the definitions, and completing her homework with ease. She keeps saying these topics are easier, but I know it's just that she finally understands and enjoys (hopefully!) her physics! I'm so proud of all of her progress and hard work.

The student completed the math sections of practice test. and we were able to score the entire math section for the exam. It came out to a 450. We then went through the sections. He was able to answer a few of the hard ones when we worked on them together.

The student and I mainly worked on practice math questions for the placement test. Most of the problems were fractions or story problems that involved reading graphs. We finished the hour by reading a passage about J. K. Rowling and answering a page of multiple choice questions. He was more eager to read out loud compared to most other weeks!

We covered the act writing section as well as the reading section. The student is doing very well. The student has already excelled at the ACT, and being a bright and confident student, I think she will continue to excel this time.

Today, the student and I worked on finding the area between curves by integrating their difference. For the most part she understood the concept.

The student finished and submitted the paper she had been working on in previous sessions. She and I began to prepare for her Intro to Islam final exam. We spent the time reviewing her class notes and looking up additional information about key terms (people, sects, etc.) to expand upon her notes. Her exam will consist of identification and essay questions.

Both students were present for this session. We discussed upcoming exams and work. The second student has the opportunity for extra credit in both History and English. He received a 70% on the Biology exam. His Spanish quiz went well. The first student received a 100% on the exam in Biology. His Computer exam went well. Both are in the same English class. We spent time discussing language and watched a Saul Williams video at the end of the session.

How can Science tutoring from Varsity Tutors help you succeed in Science?

Science offers the language to let us understand the natural world around us. Processes such as rainfall and blood flow are all governed by biological, chemical, and physical laws. The study of these subjects drives new technological achievements. Moreover, mastering scientific concepts significantly broadens students’ opportunities for college, graduate school, and careers.

Understanding science allows you to understand the world around you. Not only can learning about subjects such as biology, chemistry, and physics allow you to do well in classes focused on those subjects, but such learning can also allow you to be more engaged with recent scientific discoveries and developments. Having a background of scientific knowledge can also open up employment opportunities for you.

Varsity Tutors offers one-on-one science tutoring in a variety of subjects in the NYC metropolitan area, including New Jersey. Our New York City cience tutors have demonstrated academic excellence and proven that they are skilled at explaining difficult scientific concepts in ways that just make sense. Our tutors meet when and where you want to, and their science tutoring is always focused on your specific concerns. Call Varsity Tutors New York today to start working with a science tutoring expert in the subject of your choice and experiencing the benefits that only one-on-one science tutoring can bring you, anywhere down-state, in Long Island, or in New Jersey.

From middle school science projects to college level courses, Varsity Tutors offers resources for academic success. Our private science tutors know the material, know how to teach, and have taken upper-level college science courses. Contact us today to find out more about our science tutors for:

  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Biology (AP, college-level, etc)
  • Chemistry (AP, college-level, etc)
  • Physics (AP, college-level, etc)
  • Physical Chemistry
  • Organic Chemistry
  • MCAT-oriented sciences
  • Many more subjects

Call us today to find out more about our Science tutors in New York City, NY.

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Science tutors in New York City, NY

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