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Students who are interested in the care and preservation of animals and their habitats may decide to study zoology. Pursuing a degree in zoology is a serious undertaking, and to achieve advanced positions in practice and research, you will eventually need to earn a master's degree or a PhD. However, a bachelor's degree is sufficient for many entry-level positions. Whatever your short- or long-term goals, Varsity Tutors can connect you with an excellent zoology tutor. To become a zoologist, foundation courses in several areas are necessary. This includes subjects like calculus, general chemistry, and physics. There is also a large focus on biology, starting with general biology and moving through animal biology, ecology, evolutionary biology, and genetics, among other fields. A zoology degree can unlock numerous career opportunities. Zookeepers, for instance, perform hands-on work with different types of animals. They keep the animals' environments clean, ensure their dietary needs are met, talk to visiting groups about various wildlife topics, and groom, exercise, and train animals. Similarly, wildlife researchers work in specific environments where their subjects live naturally, such as forests or oceans. They study wildlife, monitor populations, and create conservation plans. Wildlife rehabilitators work with sick or injured wild animals, using their knowledge of physiology, genetics, and environmental factors to help animals heal, ultimately returning them to their natural habitats. These are just three of the exciting career paths that await the successful zoology student. So how can you become a better zoology student? Varsity Tutors can help you along the path to your zoology degree by connecting you with expert, one-on-one tutoring in zoology. Your tutor will work with you to create individualized lessons based on your goals and learning style. By taking personalized lessons with tutors in fields like ichthyology (the study of fish), ornithology (the study of birds), entomology (the study of insects), mammalogy (the study of mammals), cetology (the study of marine mammals), herpetology (the study of amphibians and reptiles), and primatology (the study of primates), you can be confident that your sessions will focus on your specific areas of need. One day, you might need to study terminology, so your tutor might use flashcards as you learn the spelling and meaning of zoological terms. Another day, you might be focusing on a lab. Your tutor can work with you on hands-on experiments or studies to further your understanding. As you work with your private tutor on subject-specific goals, you can also expect him or her to help you with some fundamental best practices. These can include improving studying and test-taking skills, writing research papers, and managing your homework schedule so you're not late with any assignments. The Varsity Tutors live learning platform makes it possible for you to meet with your tutor in person or online. This gives you the flexibility to meet your tutor at a time and place that works best for you. Whether you prefer to study in your home, at the library, or at a lake just west of your town, Varsity Tutors can help you find a zoology tutor who can't wait to meet you there. To get started, contact Varsity Tutors today.
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Recent Zoology Tutoring Session Notes

Online Zoology Tutoring review by Gwen
The student and I worked on preparing for his biology and Spanish finals. We finished his practice test for biology, which ended with sequencing and restriction enzymes. We reviewed how sequencing works and the role of restriction enzymes. We spent the rest of the time reviewing the subjunctive tense for Spanish.
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Online Zoology Tutoring review by Zachary
The student and I reviewed her lab report on enzyme function, as well as did a final review for her exam. She is going to send me a copy of the lab report prior to its due date. I think she is in great shape for her exam, as she is very solid with all the content on her review sheet.
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Online Zoology Tutoring review by Avideh
For this session, the student and I reviewed several concepts for her Biology final. We went over concepts like the Ecosystem, Biomes, Climate, Habitats, etc. We also reviewed the respiratory system, climate change, and the nervous system. It was a lot of information to cover in a short amount of time, but she answered quite well after I quizzed her at the end of the session.
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Online Zoology Tutoring review by Adam
We reviewed for the students Final Exam next week using a study guide his teacher provided. We reviewed these Topics: 1) Characteristics of Living Things 2) Ecology (Biomes/Ecosystems/Communities/Populations) 3) Genetic Material (DNA/RNA) 4) Photosynthesis /Cellular Respiration 5) Plant Tissues and structures We left the second half of the review packet to work on the following day (June 5).
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Online Zoology Tutoring review by Andrew
During this past session, the student and I worked on review for his upcoming Biology Exam. We started off working through his practice test work-book and made sure to do thorough content review for each topic that he was confused on. Afterwards, we went over his recent science homework assignment and he seemed to show a good grasp of the material.
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Online Zoology Tutoring review by Ray
We covered the genetic basis of evolution during this session. We talked about different models of natural selection, genetic drift, allele frequencies, Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, speciation, and reproductive isolation. He got his test back from last Friday, and he saw an improvement in scores compared to before. We went over some sample questions for the chapter that we covered, and he did well answering them.
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