What do you think is your main problem with chemistry? Think about it for a second. Maybe you'll say it's memorizing a bunch of formulas, elements, or reactions. Or you might say the whole thing is too confusing, and your teachers seem to make it harder, not easier.
But I bet there is an even more fundamental problem. Chances are, you don't even want to study chemistry!
So why are you taking it? Because you must. Most likely you want to go to medical school or into another health care field or you just need science credits (AP/IB). Doing well in chemistry is a gateway to getting where you really want to be.
Most people dislike doing something tough that they don't enjoy just so they can do what they really want. This is perfectly normal. You are not alone.
However, the way you frame a problem is important. Probably you've been taught chemistry as if it was the most important thing in the world. They tried to turn you into a chemistry major. And naturally, you consciously or subconsciously resisted these attempts.
I'm not going to try and turn you into a chemistry major. I want to help you get where YOU want to be.
What if it was possible for you to do well on tests and quizzes without being crazy about chemistry? You will finally stop being anxious, nervous, or even scared. You will go into the test with the confidence that you know what you're doing and that you're prepared for whatever questions may come. And when your grades come back, you're going to do much better than you thought possible.
You have enough things to worry about in life. Wouldn't eliminating this shadow hanging over your head reduce stress and give you more free time?
Ok, now you're wondering how this will happen. What's the "trick?"
The "trick" is that for some time, I've been working on learning and using specific advanced techniques for accomplishing goals. These can be used for anything, including studying chemistry.
I'm not talking about underlining key points and using four different highlighter colors in your notes. That's kid stuff.
No, I've been working on developing powerful mindsets and workflows that let you to focus and get more done than you ever thought possible. I bought courses and books to help me do this. And will get the benefit of my time and money spent learning this stuff.
I think you can tell by the schools I went to, and the degrees I earned, that I am good at chemistry. Chemistry has always been easy for me.
But chemistry coming easy for me is not going to automatically help you. Why? Because chemistry does not come easy for you. Otherwise, you would not need a tutor.
The reason I can help you is not only because I'm great at chemistry, but because I overcame my own struggles in achieving something I needed and wanted but found hard (I can tell you what that is when we meet).
So, in summary, you will get:
the benefit of my deep chemistry background, and
the benefit of me successfully overcoming challenges through specific study techniques.
With these two things, and some hard work on your part, your chemistry problems will disappear or become so small you won't even notice them anymore.
Sound good? If so, then book your tutoring appointment and let's get started today.
I've taught dozens of students at Yale and helped them crush their chemistry classes. You can do the same.
Education & Certification
Undergraduate Degree: York Univeristy - Bachelor of Chemistry, Chemistry
Graduate Degree: Yale University - Doctor of Science, Organic Chemistry
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