Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in Alpharetta, GA
aliyi ...I was born in Ethiopia and moved to the USA in 2000. I lived in Kenya for 2 years and Dominica, West Indies for 1 1/2 years. I just finished medical school and am currently interviewing for residency. I have been tutoring and TAing since college. I enjoy tutoring math and science and helping those who need help. In my free time I enjoy running, playing soccer, biking and getting together with my friends.
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Biomedical Engineering
Ross University School Of Medicine - MD, Medicine
Kristine ...favorite when I was in school. I have recently tutored in both Math and Science. In 2010, I taught English in Taiwan to elementary school students. I am a good tutor because I am passionate about helping other people learn. Not only do I enjoy teaching, but I am also a calm and patient tutor. I want to help other people understand the material and also have a good experience while they are learning.
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - BS, Chemistry
Tedric ...forward to meeting and working with you. My goal is to ensure that you completely understand the material before our session ends. As you can see, I tutor general, organic (for non-majors) and physical chemistry. I can also help you with some of the math concepts (i.e. conversion factors)as it relates to Chemistry. Anything that is worth having is worth working for and I will work hard to help you achieve your goals. Best
Tougaloo College - BS, Chemistry
Florida State University - PhD, Physical Chemistry
Rashida ...Georgia State University. I received my Master's of Science and Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemistry with a minor in Psychology. Since graduation, I have worked as a tutor and as an educational program specialist for students majoring in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics)disciplines. I tutor general and Organic Chemistry as well as undergraduate-level Mathematics courses. I really enjoy teaching Chemistry and I feel that my students really appreciate the interactive approach I use...
Georgia State University - BS, Chemistry
Georgia State University - MS, Chemistry
Amy ...statistics teaching assistant for two years. I collaborated with professors to design innovative teaching strategies for students to remember and understand mathematical concepts and worked both individually with students and in small groups. I also was actively involved in Science Outreach and a founding member of SLAM DUNK (Science Learning and Mentoring, Discovering and Understanding New Knowledge), a group that partnered with the Science Club for Girls. I was part of a team that mentored...
Wellesley College - BA, Biological Sciences
Joel ...subjects/concepts, and having gone through most of them, I believe that I can always come up with ideas to help one get pass through the struggle. Moreover, I have tutored for more than 3 years in several STEM related fields. My motto: Simply listening to the students' needs as well as offering step-by-step guidance, in addition to patience. I have hours outside of the availability posted, and I'm willing to discuss it anytime.... Ask questions about themselves, and try to understand what type of learner they are. Also, gauge their level of knowledge and, more importantly, their level of self-confidence.
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus - Bachelors, Mechanical Engineering
Swati ...in Biology, I started working at my university as an academic tutor. Based on the performance of my students, I was further promoted to the “Lead Science Tutor” position where I could share teaching techniques and train incoming tutors as well. I was the president of Society for Neuroscience and organized many community education outreach events. As an academic tutor, I am able to use my patient, motivating, and goal-oriented nature to help my students...
Arkansas State University - BS Honors, Biology/Chemistry
Courtney ...teacher who received a Bachelors in Science in Chemistry, with Honors, from the University of Pittsburgh and a Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmaceutical Sciences from the University of Kentucky. I have experience teaching and tutoring elementary and middle school students in Math and Science, and high school and college students in Chemistry, Biology and Physics. My favorite subject to tutor is Chemistry because Chemistry plays an integral role in all of the things that we...
University of Pittsburgh - B.S., Chemistry
University of Kentucky - Ph.D., Pharmaceutical Sciences
Daniel ...learning about them. This love for animals narrowed to a love of the complexity of the human system, which I am now studying. When I'm not studying I enjoy music of all genre. From VNV Nation to Trivium to Earth, Wind, and Fire, I love all music and can appreciate most music. I also enjoy reading novels, preferably those in the realm of science fiction. And though I can enjoy playing video games in a...
Neil ...from the University of Georgia with a B.S. in Chemistry. During my undergraduate career, I've tutored a multitude of students, primarily in a one-on-one setting. In the past, I've been certified to teach chemistry and physics classes by a prestigious test preparation company. I absolutely love teaching mathematics, chemistry and physics. But unfortunately, these are subjects that a lot of students have real difficulty in. I've discovered that I have a knack for explaining difficult...