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Private Biology Tutoring in Chesterfield

Receive personally tailored 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.

Biology is the study of life in all of its forms. For example, bacteriology involves studying the lives of bacteria. The focus of cytology is the life of individual cells. On a larger scale, ecology is the study of how different life forms relate to each other and their environment. For assistance in understanding your biology course in Chesterfield, MO, contact Varsity Tutors today.

The field of biology offers many benefits even for students who have no interest in pursuing a career as a biologist. As in the other fields of science, the core focus of biology is problem-solving, research, analytical skills, and the ability to organize information. If you need extra help to try to do well in your biology course, we can find a skilled tutor in Chesterfield who can work with you.

No matter what aspect of biology you are studying, a professional biology tutor could help clarify those concepts which are proving to be the most challenging. Your tutor could take the time to discover your specific strengths and weaknesses. This allows your tutor to create session plans that focus only on the concepts and themes you are struggling with instead of wasting valuable instructional time focused on areas you have already understood. An experienced biology tutor will also take the time to develop lessons that present information in a way that's most compatible with your learning style. Let us find you an expert biology tutor in Chesterfield with the experience, skills, and teaching approach that matches your needs.

Working with a personal biology tutor is probably easier to schedule than you have imagined. Most tutors are available to work with students during the morning, afternoon, and evening hours. Tutors schedule sessions throughout the week and on weekends to strive to ensure students have ample opportunities to fit tutoring into their schedules.

Where the tutoring session is located is equally flexible. Some students prefer to work in the comfort of their own home. Others find academic settings, such as their school campus or a library, to be more conducive to the learning process. Some students find it impossible to meet with a tutor in person, but this does not have to limit their ability to benefit from personal tutoring. Varsity Tutors has created a live learning platform that allows tutors and students to engage in face-to-face tutoring session online. For help understanding your biology course in Chesterfield, MO, contact one of our educational directors today to connect with your very own personal tutor.

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Recent Chesterfield Biology Tutoring Session Notes

Biology Tutoring review by Alesha in Chesterfield
We went over the student's homework that covered topics related to moles, molar ratios, stoichiometry problems, gas law problems. We went over quite a few stoichiometry problems, converting grams of a reactant to moles using molar mass to calculate how much product was formed. I tried to reinforce how important it is to write everything down, identify the known's, unknowns, and what the questions is asking you to find. Tried to impress how important organization and following a blueprint is for these type of problems. Overall, session went well, she catches on quickly.
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Biology Tutoring review by Tarek in Chesterfield
In preparation for her upcoming midterm, the student and I spent three hours reviewing various topics in chemistry. For each topic, I spent roughly 10-15 minutes lecturing and explaining the material in depth. These topics included: -Stoichiometry: The branch of chemistry that deals with the relative quantities of reactants and products in chemical reactions. -The Ideal Gas Law (PV=nRT): The equation of state of a hypothetical ideal gas. -Acid and base chemistry: Titrations and identifying acids and bases. -Balancing net ionic equations -Identifying functional groups within organic molecules -Identifying reactions in organic chemistry.
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Biology Tutoring review by Matthew in Chesterfield
During today's session I helped the student review for a Chemistry exam. We reviewed with the help of a study guide, and covered the vocabulary and topics listed. Specifically we discussed the history of the discovery of the atom, starting with the Greek model based on Dalton's Theory, followed by J.J. Thompson's pudding plum model postulated after the discovery of charged particles using a cathode ray tube. Next, we looked at Rutherford's gold-foil experiment which lead to the discovery of the nucleus. Finally we talked about energy levels, ground and excited states, and the bright light spectrum, which helped Bohr theorize the energy level states of the electron present in the Bohr model of the atom. After working through these four models all of the vocabulary and concepts were well defined as they fit into the bigger context of the history of the atom. I have high expectations for the student on the upcoming exam, as his progress is excellent, as usual.
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Biology Tutoring review by Peter in Chesterfield
The student had lab report corrections to finish. We went over the lab, its purpose, and put into words what we were aiming to achieve with the lab. We corrected some percent error calculations, her conclusion, and her discussion of theory.
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Biology Tutoring review by Wesley in Chesterfield
The student and I worked through how to construct and name molecules concerning poly-atomic ions and their acids. He should be fine for his test tomorrow. He seemed to be completely understanding of all the different nomenclature types he would need to be comfortable with.
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Biology Tutoring review by Jessica in Chesterfield
The student is retaking her Biology Unit 2 test tomorrow, so we spent today working on Biology. We created flashcards with important biologists and their contributions to cell theory, aspects of cell theory, and the structures of the cell and their functions. We reviewed the flashcards several times, and she practiced labeling a diagram of a cell with the different parts of the cell. We also discussed in detail the differences between plant and animal cells. We are meeting again tomorrow, so we will continue reviewing the cell biology material, and we will practice test questions that she might see on her test.
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