Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in Country Club Hills, IL
Charles ...studying Chemistry since 1993 when I declared it my major. Since then I have obtained a doctorate in the subject and have been working as a professional chemist in research and development. I may actually like teaching Chemistry more than I like practicing it and that is saying a lot! Looking forward to working with...
Northwestern University - BA, Chemistry
Columbia University in the City of New York - PhD, Chemistry
David ...part of 12 years, I've been helping students aged 5 to 21 in subjects as varied as Social Studies and GMAT Prep. I tailor my teaching style to the strengths of my student and will sit patiently until each concept is mastered. To those enduring difficult Econ or LSAT classes, I can relate. Many of...
University of California-Berkeley - BA, Economics
Jonathan ...a private tutor in math, mainly teaching high school level pre-calculus and calculus. I find that examples from the real world can help bring math problems to life and help cement the concepts with more concrete applications. In addition to my PhD in physics, I also did some research in astronomy and astrophysics and particularly...
Vanderbilt University - Bachelors, Physics
University of Chicago - PhD, Physics
Annie ...Northwestern University with a Bachelor's degree in psychology and global health studies. Shortly after graduating I decided to return to school to complete the prerequisites for medical school. I completed chemistry, physics, and biology at Northwestern and organic chemistry at Harvard. Following these courses I took a job as a medical editor for a pediatric...
Northwestern University - BA, Psychology minor Global Health Studies
Loyola University Chicago - MA, Medical Sciences
Jonathan ...of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign with Bachelors in Chemical Engineering. I have previously tutored students in college specifically in chemistry and calculus. If you have any hobbies you enjoy outside of education, let me know! I will try to cater to each student individually and make learning as relatable to you as possible.... I think that if you can relate to something, you can learn it more effectively. I want to help be the bridge between you and your educational success.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Bachelors, Chemical Engineering
Beth ...variety of Biology courses at the college level for 20 years. I love learning, and tutoring is the most personal and effective way of learning. What is teaching? For me, it's helping another person to learn. The key to teaching is communication. I learn from all my students; every year, they ask questions no one...
Brown University - B.S., A.B., Biology
University of Oklahoma - Ph.D., Comparative Zoology
Harold ...of them. In addition, I have a more patient approach to helping others understand because I believe in reducing the frustration that students are already experiencing with subject materials and not adding to it. It is about developing a mutually beneficial relationship where both the student and myself enjoy learning from each other and students...
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - BS, Civil & Environmental Engineeing
Morehouse College - BS, General Science & Math Minor
Myles ...graduated from DePaul University with a degree in Chemistry. During the course of my degree I taught multiple classes and was a walk-in tutor for the Science and Math learning center.In my years of being a teacher and a student I've found there is always more than one way to explain any given subject. Moreover,since...
DePaul University - Bachelors, Chemistry
DePaul University - Masters, Chemistry
Tyler ...Marquette University in May 2015. During my attendance there I majored in biological sciences and worked in both their macro and micro-biology labs, the latter of which I have a published paper for my work. While at Marquette I also tutored. I think it is extremely important for tutors to be able to help their...
Marquette University - Bachelors, Biological Sciences
Josh ...in life that give me more joy than witnessing the "aha!" moments when a student gains new insight. As an instructor, I readily adapt to the learning styles of my students and emphatically encourage questions. In my free time, I enjoy bicycling, singing with a choir, and skipping rocks on the lakefront.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - Bachelors, Mathematics