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Varsity Tutors offers Physical Chemistry tutoring by highly credentialed tutors in Washington DC. We'll help you learn Physical Chemistry through one-on-one tutoring in the comfort of your home, online, or any other location of your choice.

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The highly-credentialed tutors in Washington DC are uniquely qualified to help you learn Physical Chemistry. They have attended institutions including MIT, Stanford, UChicago, Yale, Harvard, UPenn, Notre Dame, Amherst, UC Berkeley, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, WashU, Emory, Brown, Johns Hopkins, Vanderbilt, UNC, Michigan, UCLA, and many other top programs.



Undergraduate Degree:
Johns Hopkins University - Behavioral Biology

Graduate Degree:
De Paul University - Biology



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



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Cornell University - Biology And Society

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Reviewed algebra packet. The student needed a little help setting up the equations and ratios, but then could work the problem out easily. Needs a little extra practice multiplying and dividing by decimals. Homework: complete packet. Vocab: melancholy, exasperated.

Today the student and I went over the Chem/Phys study guide for her final. We covered topics such as the nature of science, measurement, and classification of matter. She is doing great - mostly just in need of explanation of topics not covered in depth in class.

We met today to talk about the English and reading sections of the PSAT. He took one practice section of the PSAT math and missed only one so he should be fine on that. We'll work on the English from now on.

The student and I did the whole chapter 9 in French. We learned how to talk about weather and different aspects of going on a picnic.

During our first session, the student and I worked through lots of different types of math problems to figure out what level to work on this summer, and we set goals for the summer.

The student and I worked on his math homework, which covered addition and subtraction of fractions with mixed numerals. He is knowledgeable in the subject, but sometimes still forgets to multiply the numerator and denominator when changing the fractions to like terms. He also struggles sometimes with some of the adding and subtracting of negative integers. After finishing math homework, we worked on his civics homework, which was more reading comprehension. He struggles with the reading comprehension as he tends to just read for keywords without reading the whole paragraph for context. After helping him to understand he must read more than a couple of sentences to get an answer, he did better with finding the answers on his own.

We went over the elimination technique to solve systems of linear equations. We went over the student's recent homework, and then moved on to work on word problems in the student's classwork. We went over how to define variables in a word problem and set up systems of equations to solve the problems. Overall, the student struggled with setting up the problems, but could solve them much more easily. The student is also showing much more work and is making less mistakes.

Focused on the Science and writing sections of the ACT, focusing on how to approach questions in the science section.

On this day, the student and I focused on a project she had to complete for school. The project challenged her to construct an object, figure, etc. out of a variety of types of lines and curves (i.e. linear, quadratic, exponential, etc.). We selected our figure and got to work on constructing it. She did quite well and when I left she only had about 15% of the project to complete on her own. I will see her again next week.

The student and I worked on his first poem, which he seems to enjoy and comes up with great ideas. We talked about varying sentence structure to make the poem more interesting. We then reviewed his math homework, making sure to check our work. Finally, we read.

The student took both her AP statistics and literature tests last week. The former's free response questions were released online Monday and Sarah wanted to review them since her work was fresh in her head to see what she answered right and wrong. We went through 5 of the questions; I first asked her what she picked up from the information provided and why she answered the question the way she did. The purpose of the free response is to test understanding, not memorization of formulas. Since she will be taking statistics her freshman year the emphasis is on really understanding the what the questions are asking and what she picks up when she reads the question or looks at a chart. We will finish the free response questions on Wednesday and do a final review of key points in statistics so she can take those notes with her to college.

Today, we began to study for the SAT Math I and II subject tests. From our previous sessions, I had a good understanding of where the gaps in the student's knowledge of mathematics might be, so we started our studying by practicing function transformations, function graphing, and visualization of geometric and algebraic mathematical descriptions. We integrated all of these skills into a single type of three-step problems: I would describe an algebraic function along with a transformation, she would visualize and sketch both the original and the transformed function, and then she would describe both of the functions algebraically. This is generally a powerful exercise, and it seemed to help her learn quickly.

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