Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in Des Plaines, IL
Annie ...the prerequisites for medical school. I completed chemistry, physics, and biology at Northwestern and organic chemistry at Harvard. Following these courses I took a job as a medical editor for a pediatric surgical practice. This job involves extensive research on complex medical subjects, compiling and analyzing research results, and writing papers for publication. I obtained a Master's in Medical Sciences this past year at Loyola University Chicago. And after all this hard work I was...
Northwestern University - BA, Psychology minor Global Health Studies
Loyola University Chicago - MA, Medical Sciences
David ...tailor my teaching style to the strengths of my student and will sit patiently until each concept is mastered. To those enduring difficult Econ or LSAT classes, I can relate. Many of these subjects were difficult for me as well and I hope to share the techniques I developed to master the material with you. When I'm not tutoring, I trade energy derivatives in Manhattan. Fortunately, my flexible hours allow me to meet nearly all...
University of California-Berkeley - BA, Economics
Luis ...experience performing research and development and business consulting on a wide range of nuclear waste management, nanomaterial, and nanomedicine fields. While I tutor a broad range of subjects, I am most passionate about chemistry, physics, biology, and math. In my experience helping struggling students is a matter of time and mentoring before they dominating a topic. I am a strong believer in preparing students in the science, technology, and engineering fields. In my spare time,...
University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez - BS, Chemistry
DePaul University - MS, Physical Chemistry
Northern Illinois University - PhD, Physical Chemistry
Northwestern University - MBA, Business Administration
Deven ...Systems and Mathematical Modeling. I have worked with graduate students, collegiate students, and school students. Tutoring is one of the most satisfying ways I spend my time. I value and enjoy building a rapport with each student so I can challenge him or her to think critically about a given problem. On the flip side, I continually remind my students to critique and to question what I am presenting, especially if a point is unclear....
University of California-San Diego - BS, Bioengineering
Charles I have been studying Chemistry since 1993 when I declared it my major. Since then I have obtained a doctorate in the subject and have been working as a professional chemist in research and development. I may actually like teaching Chemistry more than I like practicing it and that is saying a lot! Looking forward to working with students at all levels!
Northwestern University - BA, Chemistry
Columbia University in the City of New York - PhD, Chemistry
Nicholas ...one of societal improvement and sustainability. Education, from science to math, english to history, allows us to have new lenses through which to see our world. Mastering content gives us a cognitive framework through which we can process and understand new information from the world around us. Knowledge is critical for one's own success in the world as well as a requisite for a well functioning democracy. If you do not have a fully formed...
Vassar College - Bachelors, English / Biology
National-Louis Univeristy - Masters, Masters of Arts in Teaching
Virdah ...in different welfare schools. This experience developed my interest in teaching and since then, I have been involved in tutoring students of high school, college and university level. While I have helped students in variety of subjects, but I am most passionate about Maths, Science, and Physiology. In my opinion, an ideal tutor needs to have a lot of patience, be able to boost his/her student's confidence and should have the ability to identify the...
NED University of Engineering and Technology - Bachelors, Biomedical Engineering
Myles ...Chemistry. During the course of my degree I taught multiple classes and was a walk-in tutor for the Science and Math learning center.In my years of being a teacher and a student I've found there is always more than one way to explain any given subject. Moreover,since everyone comes from a different background some explanations make more sense than others to different people. With me as your tutor I will find a way to explain...
DePaul University - Bachelors, Chemistry
DePaul University - Masters, Chemistry
Jonathan I am a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with Bachelors in Chemical Engineering. I have previously tutored students in college specifically in chemistry and calculus. If you have any hobbies you enjoy outside of education, let me know! I will try to cater to each student individually and make learning as relatable to you as possible. ... I think that if you can relate to something, you can learn it more effectively. I want to help be the bridge between you and your educational success.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Bachelors, Chemical Engineering
Diane I love to learn and expand my knowledge. I enjoy the history channel and documentaries. ... Give them more positive encouragement.... I would keep using positive vocabulary words and keep my energy up.... I would try teaching it a different way.... I would start with three-word sentences.... Being positive and upbeat.... I would explain it to them in a way they would be interested.... I would have them repeat it back to me or ask them in a different way.
Argosy University-Chicago - Bachelors, Psychology