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The concepts and principles that students learn in chemistry will play an important role throughout their scientific careers. That's why it's important that students develop a solid knowledge of chemistry early on. Without one, they will likely struggle when they progress into more advanced science courses. Mastering chemistry isn't always a smooth process. Some students have trouble with the complex terminology and systems which they learn about in class. Wanting to review these things alone can frequently leave students feeling stressed and overwhelmed.

Fortunately, you don't have to tackle the complexities and nuances of chemistry by yourself. If you are feeling confounded in your chemistry course, think about the possibilities of partnering with a personalized chemistry tutor. They'll help you overcome your learning obstacles and be successful in your course. In order to connect with chemistry tutoring in Newton, MA, call Varsity Tutors today.

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Newton, MA Chemistry tutoring
The student is taking a very challenging chemistry course and is doing well but wants some extra help. He did well on his last quiz pertaining to Lewis dot structures, formal charges and resonance. Today we focused on hybrid orbitals, molecular geometry and dipole moments. After reviewing the theory of each concept we did several practice problems for each subject to test his understanding, and he seemed to do well with these questions. We also used these questions to review his knowledge of formal charges and resonance. He has a test this week, and I think he will do well. He will continue to do the practice question in the book.
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Newton, MA Chemistry tutoring
In today's session, the student and I reviewed several topics that will be appearing on her next pre-calculus exam. These topics included function notation and composite functions, special functions, inverse variation, and inverse functions. Our next session will occur next week in order to cover more topics.
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Newton, MA Chemistry tutoring
The student and I reviewed her exam. She did not perform very well on the test. But going through it with her she realized that she just made a series of small errors that are easily fixable. I think a little bit of her mistakes were due to rushing and anxiety for the test. These things are fixable and we will work on her confidence with problems moving forward. I have no concerns from the session.
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Newton, MA Chemistry tutoring
We covered naming hydrocarbons by the IUPAC naming system and also drawing hydrocarbon structures. Once he understood the methods on how to count carbon chains and name different substituents, he was able to complete all the problems on his packet. He just took a test last week but he has not received the results yet. He will be studying which prefix to use for carbon chains especially chains that are 1-4 in length. No concerns with this session.
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Newton, MA Chemistry tutoring
The student and I had a great session. We spent the majority of our time talking about significant figures! We did a lot of examples utilizing them and talked about why they're important and why scientists use them. We also talked about dimensional analysis. Our next session is scheduled for Sunday.
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Newton, MA Chemistry tutoring
Today we continued by going over some more stoichiometry problems, ideal gas laws/equations, and some Thermodynamics.
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