Award-Winning Physical Chemistry Tutors in West Columbia, TX
Bobby ...problems are just obstacles that will make us stronger. Patience, resilience, & repetition are our maps, compasses & sextant that guides us through the water of Math & Sciences. So, come join me in the journey of conquering the new world called Math & Science. This journey will give you tools that will serve in...
University of Kansas - BS, Human Biology
University of Texas Medical Branch - BS, Clinical Lab Science
Charmaine ...in Genetics. I also hold a MS in Educational Leadership. I have taught Chemistry, Biology (regular and AP) within public school districts for over 5 years, and have 8 years experience working in the Pharmaceutical Industry. I have also tutored for Kaplan and The Princeton Review focusing on MCAT prep (Biology and Organic Chemistry). I...
Texas Tech University - BS, Cell and Molecular Biology
UT Medical Branch - 2 years towards PhD, Human Biological Chemistry and Genetics
Walden University - MS, Education
State Certified Teacher
Christian ...Ph.D. in physics from the University of California, San Diego. I've worked in government, industry and academia. I've done much teaching in my career and in my church. Resume, background check and testimonials are available upon request. I have several teaching videos I've created and upload to the Internet you can probably find as well.
UniversityOF CALIF SAN DIEGO - B.S., PHYSICS
UniversityOF CALIF SAN DIEGO - PH.D., PHYSICS
Joshua ...part time tutoring middle school students in geography and English and have volunteered to tutor elementary school kids as well. In my free time I like to read books, across a broad spectrum of topics, visit with friends and family, and be outside. While living in Austin I had picked up the hobbies of volunteering...
The University of Texas at Austin - B.S. (Chem); B.A. (Hist), Chemistry; History
Aleksey ...days. In science, there are no stupid questions, nor are there unqualified pupils. You don't have to have an interest in science to appreciate its achievements or to contribute to its progress, you simply need to be human - that is, to be curious. I know that modern science can seem a wholly complicated and...
University of Texas - Pan American - BSME, Mechanical Engineering
Rice University - MSME, Mechanical Engineering
David ...feel fairly positive that I could help you achieve your goals as far as your chemistry class goes. I possess several of the most popular general chemistry and introductory chemistry textbooks and I can teach in both English and Spanish languages so I can accommodate to your needs if you wish so. I hope this...
Universidad Central de Venezuela - Bachelors, Chemistry
Baylor University - PhD, Chemistry
Alex ...heavy focus on Environmental Statistics. Before this I attended the University of Texas at Austin where I received my Bachelor's degrees in Geography and Humanities. Having been exposed to an eclectic background of liberal arts and hard science I am comfortable tutoring across a broad range of subjects and encourage students to see the inherent...
The University of Texas at Austin - BA, Geography
The University of Texas at Austin - BA, Humanities
Rice University - MS, Environmental Science
Taylor ...and PC, as well as reading all different genres of literature. In high school I spent a great deal of time volunteering to tutor elementary students in a variety of subjects including reading, writing, arithmetic, science, and Latin. I college I was primarily a tutor for introductory chemistry, biology, and math. I also volunteered tutoring...
Mercer University - BS, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Robert ...taught small-sized undergraduate courses. I also have experience tutoring undergraduates one-on-one. After experiencing both, I believe a learning is much easier to facilitate in a one-on-one or small group setting. In this setting, I can observe how a student thinks and tailor my teaching style in a way that would most benefit the student.... Generally, the process of learning involves first mastering the basics and then building upon them. I believe that this applies whether you are learning math or learning how to dance. I find that reviewing basic concepts and learning how they apply solves most problems that students encounter.
University of Houston - Bachelors, Chemistry/Math
University of Houston - Masters, Theoretical Chemical Physics
Daniel ...cancer ward. I returned to Houston at the end of June to work as a Laboratory Technician at Rice University. I recently applied to medical school for the Fall of 2013, but for the next year, I'd really like to start tutoring again! Why do I love tutoring? Because I've always enjoyed mentoring a student...
Rice University - BS, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology