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Receive personally tailored Gastroenterology 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 a Gastroenterology tutor help you?

The digestive system is one of the most fully understood systems in the human body. Because it is so well-documented, the amount of material to keep straight when studying it can be overwhelming. There often seem to be an endless number of enzymes, drugs, and cellular receptors. In fact, understanding the gastrointestinal system demands an understanding of the multitude of other systems with which it interacts. Having an appreciation for the ability of the muscular system to propel food, the endocrine system to modulate the release of enzymes, and the circulatory system to absorb nutrients is critical to a true understanding of gastroenterology.

If you are someone who is struggling to make sense of all the complex material covered in gastroenterology, Varsity Tutors can help you connect with experienced tutors who are experts in the field. These tutors have earned top grades in their own coursework in the field. Your tutor has the broadly based education that one needs to truly understand how the gastrointestinal system fits into the larger framework of human physiology. Many have spent years developing their understanding, as well as reflecting on what methods work best for learning the concepts of gastroenterology. Appreciation for the context of any one physiological system does not come easily.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online Gastroenterology Tutoring review by Katherine
Continued with the student. I am seeing some improvements- he did some homework, and I am seeing big improvements in his test-taking strategies (approaching questions logically, using elimination, not guessing!).
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Online Gastroenterology Tutoring review by Jessica
The student and I's second session together went very well. We started with another review of letters by sight. She's doing great with identifying sounds; she has a little trouble with vowels, so that's an area we will be working on. We then worked on words that begin with L, G, and B. We practiced tracing and printing those letters and words that begin with those letters. Her printing is right on track -- she's already great at writing all the letters in her name and is definitely on track with most other letters, too. Then we worked on writing the numbers 1-10. We also worked on identifying and drawing some shapes. She's great at identifying all shapes (rectangles, squares, circles, ovals, and triangles) and can draw most of them well -- she has a bit of trouble with triangles and ovals, so we will continue working on those. This was another great session and I look forward to next week!
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Online Gastroenterology Tutoring review by Divina
Today I worked on reviewing the student's mistakes in her last math test ( she got an 89 ). Her mistakes were small and we sorted it out. We also worked on her science review sheet and went over the information she will be needing for the final.
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Online Gastroenterology Tutoring review by Brianna
I met with the student for our final session before her ACT. We went over test three in its entirety, and I feel confident in her ability to complete sections in the allotted time. She has a good grasp on all sections, and I know she will do well.
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Online Gastroenterology Tutoring review by Karen
For this session, the student wrote a practice narrative essay. We went over the writing, and talked a little bit about compound sentences and how to make the writing flow a little bit more smoothly. We also talked about where she could add adjectives.
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Online Gastroenterology Tutoring review by Victoria
Today the student and I prepared for her chemistry test covering acids and bases. We calculated pH values during titrations, looked at titration curves, discussed the meaning of equivalence points, and talked about salt hydrolyses. She had a much better understanding of the material after our session.
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