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Receive personally tailored Physical Chemistry 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.

How can a Physical Chemistry tutor help you?

Physical chemistry explores the prominent role that physics plays in chemistry. Under this branch of chemistry falls such challenging subjects as spectroscopy, quantum chemistry, and thermochemistry, but a talented physical chemistry tutor can take the most difficult material and explain it an understandable way. With the help of professional tutoring, you can start making the most out of your current physical chemistry course, or even prepare for that upcoming course in photochemistry or chemical kinetics. A professional physical chemistry tutor in Naperville, IL, can work with you remotely online, or in-person at a convenient location, to deliver the enriching one-on-one attention that you're not getting in class.

How do professional tutors make the most challenging physical chemistry concepts easier to understand? Fortunately, in physical chemistry, there isn't just one way to explain a topic. You can use a variety of scenarios to explain different laws, types of energy, reactions, and more. To do this, your tutor will assess your interests and learning style in order to craft the right examples to use. For example, let's assume you love to cook. To help explain the concept of thermal expansion, your tutor may use soup to visually explain how forms of matter change in response to heat. Similarly, your private tutor may use 3D models of atomic structures to provide more visual impact when explaining the positions of electrons, shells, and orbitals. If you're looking for a tutor who could provide this kind of hands-on instruction, the educational directors at Varsity Tutors will find you a tutor in Naperville, who is skilled at helping students prepare for physical chemistry through a variety of resources.

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Session Summaries by Physical Chemistry Tutors

Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Melvin in Naperville, IL
Today we focused purely on chemistry. We reviewed mole conversions, acids and bases, solubility, and gases. This session went well and I feel it cleared a lot of this for the student. He's really bright and catches on real quick. I advised him to look at some test strategies and to continue working on practice problems.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Eric in Naperville, IL
We worked on a worksheet and some book problems covering more nomenclature and began balancing chemical reactions. He has made noticeable progress with going between prose and chemical formulas. He also seems to be doing better with balancing equations and was happy with a higher grade on his last test since we started meeting.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Ishita in Naperville, IL
Today we started on a new unit covering the molecules of life, including DNA, RNA, proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates. We worked through some practice exercises in the book covering the different aspects of each one, and overall she had a pretty good handle on everything since this was more of a biology review with a focus on the chemical aspects. Since she had some familiarity with it she was able to pick up the subject pretty well.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Melissa in Naperville, IL
The student had a worksheet that covered all the topics in Chapter 3 - Dalton's description of an atom and the experiments that followed which identified the proton, neutron, and electron as well as isotopes. We went through each of the questions and discussed (drew) diagrams to explain the experiments that were performed and what data the scientist obtained from it. We also discussed isotopes and how to determine the mass number of an isotope as well as the symbol and average mass of an element. While I felt she was understanding things better, she should definitely continue to review the material - especially since she has a test on Monday.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Roy in Naperville, IL
The student is a college freshman struggling with Introductory Chemistry. He is facing a final exam in three weeks. It will be comprehensive in nature. We covered the principles of stoichiometry and problem solving in that area. She has difficulty discerning pathways to problem solutions, and so we need to work extra homework problems to become comfortable with the process.
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Physical Chemistry Tutoring review by Sarah in Naperville, IL
Overall the session went really well. I began by asking the student multiple questions about her science class and how she best learns the material, and what she was struggling with. She said she wished her class spent more time on each lesson. We reviewed two lessons from the her science textbook (Chapter 13, two lessons on weather). We reviewed each lesson, summarizing key vocab and concepts from the two lessons. She is a very visual, artistic student, so I tried to incorporate visuals (pictures, diagrams) into my explanations of the different concepts. I noticed she has difficulties finding and organizing her school assignments because she uses one folder for all her papers. I told her that her homework for this week was to review challenging vocab from the chapter and to begin using a folder for her science class and make sure she places all of her worksheets, notes, and other assignments in that folder.
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