Are you or a loved one beginning the school year with a general chemistry course? Traditionally, in college, the first exam occurs during the third week in September, don't wait until then to start studying! The common concepts of dimensional analysis, naming compounds and stoichiometry build on one another. If you are struggling with these concepts, don't risk getting a low grade on the first exam and then having to struggle to bring it up the whole semester!
General chemistry does rely on a knowledge of algebraic techniques, and when these principles are foggy it can make the chemistry material unnecessarily challenging. I have had extensive experience tutoring this subject matter to both high school and college students and can assist in your ability to master the material!
I graduated from Villanova University in Spring 2011 with an M.S. in Chemistry with a concentration in Inorganic Chemistry. I earned my B.S. in Chemistry-Biology from West Chester University in 2008.
I enjoy the scientific process, and while at Villanova I was a tutor both privately and for the athletic department on campus. Most extensively I have tutored the concepts found in General Chemistry 1 and 2.
As a requirement of my degrees, I have had to prepare a variety of posters and presentations, I am well versed in Microsoft office. In addition, I am proficient in algebra.
In my free time I enjoy cooking, and relaxing with my family. I look forward to the opportunity of assisting you to reach your goals. I am currently at Bryn Mawr College pursuing my PhD in chemistry.
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