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Why Choose Varsity Tutors for Pharmacology Tutoring

Receive personally tailored Pharmacology 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 Pharmacology tutor help you?

For many students, pharmacology is among the most difficult classes they will face. It takes a vast amount of material and couples it with challenging concepts involving cell signaling and receptor pathways that can make even the most seasoned biochemist anxious. The key to succeeding in pharmacology, in fact, is to have a structured way to organize the huge quantity of material that you have to know. Just knowing the material, however, is not enough. Long-term retention is a struggle in any class, but especially so in a class like pharmacology, where it can feel like you are just memorizing facts for an exam, only to forget them shortly after. When you have an effective organizational schema, however, you can be sure that you can retain the material long into the future.

When you call Varsity Tutors, our educational directors are ready to help you find pharmacology tutors from all over the country. You can let them know a wide range of information about your needs, including your personal learning style, preferences, schedule, syllabus, testing dates, proficiency, and more. Further, your personal tutor can easily assess your skills to identify your strengths and weaknesses. These, along with the previous details, are combined to create a comprehensive study guide that focuses on where you need to improve, rather than on the information you are already strong in. This plan is capable of maximizing your study time and freeing you up for other activities.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online Pharmacology Tutoring review by Alexander
The student and I spent this session focusing on upcoming pharmacology exam. We did a brief review of the material previously mentioned on the last entry, then continued on studying endocrine hormones, their actions, secretory organs, and the pathophysiology of different endocrine disorders.
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Online Pharmacology Tutoring review by Sarah
During this session, the student and I went over estrogens and androgens as well as drugs to treat asthma. She expressed a good level of understanding of the material. I will be helping her with her homework so she can turn it in at the end of the week. She also has a quiz due Sunday that she will be working on tomorrow night.
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Online Pharmacology Tutoring review by Nihal
We went through the learning objectives of the Hypolipidemics and Eicosanoid PowerPoints. The student was very comfortable with the hypolipidemics lecture and only had a question regarding the overall lipid metabolism. I then went on to explain the endogenous vs exogenous pathways for lipid transport. We spent majority of the session going through the learning objectives from the Eicosanoid lecture. We started with an overview of AA synthesis and then onto the COX/LOX pathways. We talked specifics and I gave her some time to ask questions about prostaglandins, COX1/COX2 enzymes, and the LOX pathways mediators. We finished off the session talking briefly about NSAIDs and the differences in the mechanisms of action of drug classes. It's nice to structure our sessions around the learning objectives, talking through the tough physiology, and also supplementing with some review PowerPoints, which I provided. Overall, a great first session!
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Online Pharmacology Tutoring review by Shawn
During this session, we reviewed the math problems i.e. hydration deficits, maintenance requirements and ongoing fluid loss in regards to determining fluid rates for hospitalized animals. The student has a test tomorrow. I will be reviewing the exam review sheet. We may meet tomorrow before the exam. The student was struggling with the math but she is doing very well with it now.
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Online Pharmacology Tutoring review by Erica
The student and I discussed different drugs for the treatment of peptic ulcer disease, constipation, diarrhea, and antiemesis. We reviewed the pharmacology, mechanism of action, and side effects for each drug.
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Online Pharmacology Tutoring review by Justine
We worked on basic conversions between tsp, tbsp, mL, oz. Also converting between ml, L, uL, etc. The student struggled a bit with these but by the end of the session, seemed more confident, just still tending to be quick to reverse the conversion factors. I am emailing her a set of practice problems early this upcoming week.
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