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Private Science Tutoring in Cambridge

Receive personally tailored Science lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.

If your child's science grades or test results need improvement, they seem to avoid study time, or their science homework has become increasingly difficult, a private tutor may be the answer. Many students have periods where they experience issues like anxiety before tests, low self-esteem, or a temporary loss of interest in learning. Tutoring could help your child regain confidence, improve their grades, or maintain previous academic success in order to excel in the upcoming MCAS exam (Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System). To connect with science tutoring in Cambridge, MA, call Varsity Tutors today.

An expert science tutor in Cambridge could help your student make the most of their study time. Private tutoring complements science courses and Common Core standards by providing important encouragement; helping with preparation for exams; and teaching skills like prediction, observation, and the scientific process. A tutor can answer your child's questions about assignments they are completing for classes like biology, chemistry, physics, or physical science.

We can find you an expert science tutor in Cambridge to optimize your student's study time. A private tutor can create a study plan that is tailored to your child's needs by identifying and capitalizing on academic strengths while addressing any potential weaknesses. A tutor will teach your child important study tips, like studying for 20 to 30 minutes each day, rather than for several hours on one day. Other study methods to increase understanding and memory include incorporating movement and images, diagramming of concepts, and using flashcards. Many tutors use fun learning games and recommend the latest technology like apps and online resources to make studying science easy and enjoyable for your child.

We could help you find an expert science tutor in Cambridge, MA, who could help your child pursue beyond the goals of their science course. If your student is interested in a career in meteorology, geology, wildlife biology, or medicine, a solid background in science is essential. Learning scientific principles will teach your student to be curious and learn more about the world around them. Your child may also learn about important scientific contributions and develop life skills like planning, conducting investigations, teamwork, and evaluating findings. 

There are a number of flexible scheduling options offered by tutors, including face-to-face online tutoring. If your child prefers to meet in the home, or at another location of your choice, a tutor will meet at the time that is most convenient for you, during the evening, on weekends, or after school.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Science Tutoring review by Zachary in Cambridge
The student and I reviewed for his exam tomorrow. We reviewed solution chemistry and kinetics, and further delved into equilibrium. We went over his practice test in detail and covered specific questions that he had listed while preparing for his exam.
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Science Tutoring review by Neicea in Cambridge
During our session on 7/22 at 4pm, the student and I continued covering the following material on Acid-Base/Aqueous Equilibria: Arrhenius/(No Suggestions)/Lewis acids and bases, auto-ionization of water (Kw), pH scale, strong acids and bases, weak acids, weak bases, relationship between Ka and Kb, acid-base properties of salt solutions, common-ion effect, buffered solutions, acid-base titrations, etc.
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Science Tutoring review by Derek in Cambridge
We reviewed all the topics covered before the student's vacation, including how to relate the chemical formula of an ionic compound with its name. I helped her memorize some of the element names of the abbreviations in the periodic table.
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Science Tutoring review by Fernando in Cambridge
The student and I covered various topics in preparation for the start of her chemistry class. We discussed the various types of reactions, especially oxidation reduction reactions, properties of solids/liquids/gases, and ionic/covalent bonding.
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Science Tutoring review by Elizabeth in Cambridge
The student and I finished going through lesson 2 in her book and she completed the end of lesson exam. We began lesson 3, but quickly ran out of time. She will work on getting through the first half of lesson 3 before our next session.
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Science Tutoring review by Talia in Cambridge
The student and I continued our discussion of energy from the previous week. We left off on hydroelectric power plants last week, so we picked up here after doing a brief review on what we had covered previously. Again, he had read through the material prior to our sessions which is something that I've now asked him to do for the remainder of our sessions together because it helps exponentially when I am trying to reinforce ideas and work on practice exercises. Today we did some practice problems that he will most likely, if not definitely, see on an upcoming test since this material has very few mathematical concepts in it. We did problems on calculating specific energy and density given efficiency and energy required of an energy conversion system. He did extremely well on these practice problems, and I'd even say better than I've seen him do on any practice problems we've ever done together. I believe that by him reading over the material prior to our sessions, he is much better able to understand the material I teach him and relate it to other ideas in the text. There was just one small section that we did not get through during today's session but he is already almost a full chapter ahead of his class at this point. Next week he may have a homework assignment that we can work on together to get him prepared for an upcoming test.
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