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Private Cell Biology Tutoring

Receive personally tailored Cell Biology 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.
How can Cell Biology tutoring help you?

Cell biology involves studying cells and their life cycle, their structure, and their physiology. If you are having a challenging time keeping up with your coursework in the subject, a cell biology tutor can help. If you have been looking for "cell biology tutoring near me," contact Varsity Tutors today so that we can help you connect with a cell biology tutor.

Here are the major concepts that a cell biology tutor can cover:

  • Meiosis
  • Mitosis
  • Chemical and molecular environment
  • Growth and development

Cell biology typically focuses on eukaryotic cells. Prokaryotic cells are typically covered in microbiology. The study of eukaryotic cells can be quite complex. As such, it can be helpful to have cell biology tutoring as a resource outside of learning in the classroom. One major advantage of working with a cell biology tutor is that they can spend as much time going over the subject material as students need to fully understand each topic. This often isn't available in a classroom setting because professors often have to move quickly in order to get through all of the material.

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Online Cell Biology Tutoring review by Judy
We discussed the format of the student's class and how best to help her study. We also covered one of her upcoming chapters on the cell membrane. We decided that the best way to move forward would be for the student to read the chapters ahead of time and take note of any subjects, or any questions she has, and then we can cover them in each session. We have another session scheduled in 2 days to go over the chapters we did not cover yet.
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Online Cell Biology Tutoring review by Yang
In this tutoring session, we first went over the topic of enzyme kinetics and then we finished up by reviewing amino acids/entropy in preparation for the student's cell biology exam. Specific topics include competitive/non-competitive inhibition, protein structure, protein folding, Michaelis-Mentin equation, and ubiquitination. Since our first session, the student has made significant progress in memorizing the properties as well as letter codings for the 20 different amino acids, and she demonstrated a good understanding of how proteins fold to achieve stability.
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Online Cell Biology Tutoring review by Josef
Introduced ourselves and began working through extra questions for his Molecular biology class. We focused on carbohydrate biology and nomenclature, stereochemistry of simple sugars, and exponential bacterial growth.
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Online Cell Biology Tutoring review by Manuel Gerardo
This session mainly focused on distinguishing prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, specifically by identifying organelles. We also covered transcription and translation a little more in depth than we did other subjects. The session began with a quick overview of prokaryotic and eukaryotic characteristics but the latter portion was dedicated to helping the student with her assignment (10 questions regarding prokaryotic cells and 10 questions regarding eukaryotic cells). No scores were seen, although I did notice she was able to deduce most of the answers by herself after the initial explanation of eukaryotic vs. prokaryotic characteristics. I noticed the student mostly struggled with conceptualizing what organelles are and what their specific functions are within the cell, although I believe her assignment may have helped with that after illustrating the two kinds of cells.
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Online Cell Biology Tutoring review by Elizabeth
Tonight we covered mitosis and cellular respiration of glycolysis and the citric acid cycle. We utilized the learning tools and diagrams to help understand the concepts she was learning. She received her second exam back and got a 60% without the curve; she got a 50% on the first exam. I suggested that she write out the cycles on a white board to practice since the cycles are so intricate.
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Online Cell Biology Tutoring review by Meghann
Today we reviewed the types of bonds (polar and non-polar covalent bonds, ionic, hydrogen, Van der Waals forces) with the student. We also went over monomers and polymers, monosaccharides and carbohydrates. We ended with some homework on hydrocarbons/lipids, electrons/neutrons/protons, isotopes, valence shells.
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