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Private In-Home and Online Neuroscience Tutoring

Receive personally tailored Neuroscience 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.

Dedicated Private Neuroscience Tutoring

Varsity Tutors is a tremendous educational resource capable of finding you a qualified neuroscience tutor in as little as 24 hours. We maintain an extensive database of well-vetted instructors, allowing our trained Educational Directors to leverage advanced tutor-matching tools to find you an instructor who suits your academic and scheduling needs.

Here are some of the attributes we look for during our vetting process:

  • Award-winning personality
  • Outstanding communication skills
  • Superlative teaching skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of neuroscience
  • Results-driven approach to education
  • Ability to adapt to a pupil's unique needs
  • Passion for seeing students succeed

Proven Neuroscience Help For All Levels

Neuroscience is the study of the brain, one of the most complicated organs in the human body. If just looking at your course syllabus is enough to give you a headache, your neuroscience tutor can break it down into more digestible components to make it feel a little easier.

Improve Grades and Test Scores In Neuroscience

Software-based academic support is generally fine, but a private tutor can create a study plan for your unique areas of opportunity and goals. If you already understand electrical signaling, your neuroscience tutor can concentrate on other content areas to keep your study sessions as engaging as possible.

If you're having a tougher time with what conditions like addiction and depression do to the brain, your instructor can provide fresh explanations and examples until you're ready to move on. In contrast, a computer has no way of adapting its programming to accommodate any individual's needs.

How much does a neuroscience tutor cost?

The price of one-on-one neuroscience tutoring depends on several variables, including how often you meet your instructor and the specific concepts you'd like to review. For instance, you may pay a different hourly rate to review cellular mechanisms of neural plasticity than you would for a brief overview of how researchers study the human brain.

If you're looking for a more affordable option, we can facilitate group tutoring so that you can split the cost of your instructor. Varsity Tutors also provides a live neuroscience class that can stand alone or act as a supplement to private instruction. Contact us directly for more specific pricing information in your area.

How does online neuroscience tutoring work?

Your online neuroscience tutoring sessions will take place on our Live Learning Platform: a virtual study space equipped with a plethora of powerful features to facilitate the same type of hands-on instruction you could receive in person. For example, your instructor can use our platform's virtual whiteboard to make it easier for you to take notes on sensorimotor control systems or another topic, while a shared document editor allows you to collaborate on written research assignments.

Our platform also records every study session automatically for future reference. If you want to work with a tutor without planning your entire week around it, online tutoring could be the right solution for you.

Are neuroscience tutors worth it?

Independent research suggests that working with a private tutor can help students raise their test scores up to 35 percent higher than relying on software-based alternatives, indicating that a personal touch adds value. Furthermore, studies suggest that high-achievers are just as likely to benefit from private tutoring as their peers.

If you have any further questions or are ready to get started with a 1:1 tutor today, contact Varsity Tutors using the "Get Started" tab above or the phone number provided for more information. We cannot wait to help you work toward your academic goals!

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online Neuroscience Tutoring review by Zachary
The student and I reviewed organ systems, cellular structure, photosynthesis, and Mendelian inheritance. We worked on some sample questions, and also discussed her current in-class assignment of fetal pig dissection.
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Online Neuroscience Tutoring review by Fernando
The student and I worked on basic ecology concepts: structure of ecosystems, food chains, energy flow, types of predator prey relationships, nutrient and element cycles , etc. Overall she's doing quite well and seems to understand all the concepts.
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Online Neuroscience Tutoring review by Joshua
Today we studied about the human nervous system. We studied the two main systems, the anatomy of nerve cells, and the types of receptors that make up the nervous system. The student currently has an A in the class and the goal is to ensure that he keeps this A.
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Online Neuroscience Tutoring review by Kathleen
The student was studying the immune system this week. She reported excellent grades on her last couple of quizzes and tests. This week, I worked with her on covering the body's responses to an antigen, humoric versus cell-mediated, and primary vs secondary responses. We had a long discussion about HIV and the reasons why it is so problematic for the immune system. We went over her pre-lab for this week and discussed new techniques for creating vaccines targeted towards rapidly mutating retroviruses like HIV.
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Online Neuroscience Tutoring review by Camilla
The student had her final biology exam of the semester coming up. During this session, I helped her to review Chapter 54 in her textbook, covering concepts related to community ecology. As usual, she and I drew heavily upon diagrams and graphs in her class notes and textbook to review in depth any concepts about which she felt less confident. We also focused upon categorizing the many definitions found in this chapter in order to better elucidate their differences and relations to one another, for example: mutualism vs. facilitation.
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Online Neuroscience Tutoring review by Lisa
Today we covered the entire chapter on Evolution and its related topics. She had gotten an 87% on her last exam, and she's very pleased. I suggested to her to use flash cards for the vocabulary and the other concepts of evolution, and to go over the chapter review at the end of the unit.
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