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Private Emergency Medicine Tutoring

Our interview process, stringent qualifications, and background screening ensure that only the best Emergency Medicine tutors work with Varsity Tutors. To assure a successful experience, you're paired with one of these qualified tutors by an expert director - and we stand behind that match with our money-back guarantee.

Receive personally tailored Emergency Medicine 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.

Emergency Medicine Tutoring FAQ

Emergency medicine is an intimidating discipline for many medical and nursing students. It not only demands a mastery of medical principles but also requires that students be able to apply them almost reflexively. For many, the days of careful and calm reflection on a clinical vignette over a cup of coffee can seem like a very distant memory.

Because of the unique stressors, emergency medicine rewards individual approaches to medical application. Pattern recognition, immediate action, and confidence are all things that emergency medical practitioners need to be successful in this field. Unfortunately, many of these traits are not emphasized in traditional medical curricula, and some students take many months before discovering the need to develop them on their own.

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With the flexibility of online tutoring, your tutor can be arranged to meet at a time that suits you.

Recent Emergency Medicine Tutoring Session Notes

Online Emergency Medicine Tutoring review by Kory
Worked on the math and science sections today. Student likes to read straight through the science section and then answer the questions. Although this seems to work very well for the majority of the problems, he misses about 1-2 questions per section. These questions can be easily avoided through taking small notes, which we are currently working on. In regards to the math section, he is getting better and better each session, and now can identify the majority of the problem questions (percentage change, geometry, etc.). I have given him an additional 3 math questions to work on. This time, however, he should try to do them himself rather than seeking help. In addition, I have also given him a practice science section, which he should try to at least underline key phrases/words in each section.
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Online Emergency Medicine Tutoring review by Stephanie
The student is very enthusiastic about learning and picks up the material well. He makes sure that he understands a problem thoroughly before moving on which shows how much he cares about learning the material.
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Online Emergency Medicine Tutoring review by Ade
Today  the student  and I reviewed material from the global environment section on the exam, outlining key terms such as the nature of the enzyme, heterotrophic vs. autotrophic organisms, cellular respiration, diffusion, and vaccines/antibodies. Next week we will continue this work with an in-depth look at homeostasis. We will also work on the global section of the exam.
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Online Emergency Medicine Tutoring review by Russ
Topics Covered: Kinematics, energy, and simple harmonic motion. Progress: We finished the practice final exam in great detail. We also reviewed several problems from a practice midterm. We will finish that up on Tuesday 12/13 and complete an overall assessment of the material on the final. I will also ask the student to complete several questions on his own from memory as practice.
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Online Emergency Medicine Tutoring review by Delaney
We worked on miscellaneous assignments that had not been submitted.  We worked on the final review to prepare for the student's upcoming final. We are not meeting Wednesday because he would like to have to find all of the answers on his own to make sure he learns everything very well for his final. We will meet after the holidays.
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Online Emergency Medicine Tutoring review by Ramya
In today's session,  the student and I practiced exam questions.  She seems to be getting better, especially in questions where she has to set up proportions and use the equation of lines/slopes to solve the problems. Topics that she was having trouble with were solving systems of equations, but she seemed to have a better understanding of this after we covered it. The student will try to do as many questions as possible from the remaining test questions.  We will go over these in our next session along with other questions.
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