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Receive personally tailored Science lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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How can a tutor assist you in conquering Science?

The study of science may be thought of as a body of knowledge and as a process. It involves both methodically testing hypotheses according to the rules of the scientific process and interpreting results in the context of scientific knowledge as a whole. Sometimes, studying science may be difficult for children, and that's okay. If you think that your child might need some extra help in their science class, it might make sense to find a tutor. A tutor is one of the great ways to give them the extra help they need. Varsity Tutors may help you find a skilled, independent tutor near Jacksonville, FL, who may guide your child on the path toward science understanding.

All children in the Florida school system are required to take state assessment tests, which serve as measurements of their academic progress over the course of their education. Two of these tests, the Florida Standards Assessment and the Statewide Science Assessment, examine your child's science knowledge. Our educational directors may find you an expert science tutor in Jacksonville, FL, who may design a study plan that focuses on your child's specific needs. These targeted lessons may be held in a calm, distraction-free environment, where they may be able to focus on science. In a typical classroom setting, teachers are asked to balance the educational needs of many students at once, which means less attention for each individual child. With a tutor, your child may ask their science questions as soon as they come up. This makes each study session much more efficient that a normal day in the classroom.

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Jacksonville, FL Science tutoring
This was a great session! We covered acid rain issues, ozone pollution, nitrogen pollution, and cultural eutrophication, and we worked on the math portion of an FRQ. She is doing a great job of staying on top of the material, and she always expresses keen interest in what we're covering. Next time, we'll focus more on the math portions of the AP exam.
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Jacksonville, FL Science tutoring
The student and I spent more time going over weather patterns, including dew point, wet bulb, dry bulb, air masses, weather fronts, hurricanes, characteristics of hurricanes, trends of dew point temperature, and weather patterns in the United States. He is starting to better understand the earth science material and with some more studying, I feel that he will be successful on his next exam which is in about two weeks.
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Jacksonville, FL Science tutoring
During this session, the student and I worked through some problems on the website that she likes so that we could continue to prepare for her upcoming test. Overall, it went well! We spent more time discussing the nervous system and how action potentials work and I think she's starting to catch on. She has a lot of material to get through, but she has a study guide so it seems like she has a better idea of where to focus her efforts than she did last week.
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Jacksonville, FL Science tutoring
The student and I had a video session this evening to help him prepare for his upcoming exam in HD 1170, which focuses on adolescent development. We reviewed major concepts on the exam, including autonomy, parenting styles, achievement, morality, and identity. The student acknowledged that most of the concepts on the exam are pretty intuitive, so he was struggling to continue studying for it. We discussed ways in which the student could motivate himself to study, including re-writing notes and reviewing the way the information is presented on the slides. He explained that the test is all multiple choice, so he should focus on just being able to recognize major concepts. He seems to have a good grasp on the material.
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Jacksonville, FL Science tutoring
The student said that she has been keeping up with the schedule for AP Chemistry review but is a bit behind on Physics. She was planning on catching up on Physics after today's session. One of the best ways to prep for the AP tests is to continue to work hard learning the current topics in class. She said she was having a hard time grasping a few of the concepts in her current class packet, so we went through the packet in detail. The packet covers atomic structure and periodicity, including quantum mechanics, the photoelectric effect, emission spectra, ionization energy, and more. We worked on deciphering photoelectron spectroscopy and explaining how it relates to atomic structure, electron configuration, and ionization energy. We discussed effective nuclear charge, atomic radius, and ionic radius as well. The material is conceptually difficult, so we will spend some time applying the concepts to problems in the future.
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Jacksonville, FL Science tutoring
Today I met with the student to review AP physics, in preparation for an exam this week. Our discussion focused mainly on homework problems - both the correct way to tackle them, and the concepts underlying the problem. This was a very fun session, as we started talking about rotational dynamics, including torque and moment of inertia. We did a very thorough coverage of center of mass calculations, justifying why the equation was what it was, and seeing how to arrive at a solution by means of breaking the problem down. We also had a chance to explore the relationship between linear momentum and angular momentum, and saw how one could generate an equation for "Angular Impulse" by direct comparison with Linear Impulse.
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