Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in Naperville, IL
Annie ...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 accepted to medical school! While I am able to tutor on a variety...
Northwestern University - BA, Psychology minor Global Health Studies
Loyola University Chicago - MA, Medical Sciences
David ...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 scheduling needs. I would describe myself as laid-back, easy to talk to, and...
University of California-Berkeley - BA, Economics
Edgar ...Inorganic Chemistry. I also minored in mathematics while getting my B.S. in chemistry so I have tutored students in everything from algebra to multi-variable calculus. I enjoy helping students and I get really excited when I feel I have helped a student achieve their learning objectives. Some of my hobbies include yoga, reading, playing music with my band members and cooking. I hope I can help with your science and math courses. Best of luck!
Saint Xavier University - Bachelors, Chemistry
DePaul University - Current Grad Student, Chemistry
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
Deven ...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. This not only helps my students to gain a complete understanding, but it...
University of California-San Diego - BS, Bioengineering
Michael ...have come when I am able to share my expertise with someone else. Similarly, I very much enjoyed the four semesters in the graduate school when I was a teaching assistant. It gave me the opportunity to work with students and help them develop an understanding for the subject. These are the primary reasons that I have decided to go into teaching. I have a Ph.D. in chemical engineering from Georgia Tech and dual BS...
University of Wisconsin - Madison - Dual BS, Chemical Engineering, Biochemistry
Georgia Institute of Technology - PhD, Chemical Engineering
Manuel ...Epileptic mutations, specifically in children. One of my major strengths is working with children. My mother has been a babysitter for over 25 years. I attribute my innate ability to work with children from her. I served as a big brother mentor for children for 5 years in Middle-School/High-School. Tutoring is something I love to do as I take sincere joy in helping prepare prospective students prepare for college and achieve their academic goals.... My major focus is addressing the needs of the student, first by working on answering their questions, and then providing my own insight on the next steps for further learning.
Northwestern University - Bachelors, Neuroscience
Beth ...The key to teaching is communication. I learn from all my students; every year, they ask questions no one has ever asked before, and give me insights into what makes learning difficult for them. Working with students always brings surprises - for them and for me. I want my students to become better learners and gain confidence in their ability to learn. Teaching and tutoring are always challenging and always rewarding for me. I look...
Brown University - B.S., A.B., Biology
University of Oklahoma - Ph.D., Comparative Zoology
Nicholas ...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 internal logos, you are at the whim of others determinative narratives and little...
Vassar College - Bachelors, English / Biology
National-Louis Univeristy - Masters, Masters of Arts in Teaching
Harold ...in General Sciences with a minor in Mathematics. During college and since graduation, I have lived and tutored in various regions of the country including but not limited to Atlanta, California, Connecticut, Michigan, and New York. I have worked with various ages from small children in elementary school to older persons returning back to college to obtain a degree. In my experience, many people struggle with STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), and sometimes...
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - BS, Civil & Environmental Engineeing
Morehouse College - BS, General Science & Math Minor