So You Want to Go to Medical School?
I remember back to my college days when I had thoughts of going to Medical School. I asked what people majored in, and was told by counselors the ideal majors were biology or zoology. I asked what would happen if I didn’t get into medical school or lost interest
when almost finished. It was another eight-year commitment. The counselor indicated I could...
“Over the course my undergraduate education at Cornell University and graduate studies at SDSU’s Graduate School of Public Health I have completed 6 semesters of college-level chemistry coursework. In this time I have enlisted the help of three different
chemistry tutors, as well as tutors in physics and calculus. I consider myself, therefore, a discerning consumer...
This is a letter of recommendation written by one of my former graduate (Ph.D.) students in support of my application to a major U.S. university.
March 3rd, 2011
RE: Joseph L., prospective chemistry instructor position
I am a student at San Diego State University in the Chemistry department. I am currently pursuing a PhD with an Organic emphasis and doing research...
What Makes Chemistry Difficult?
I’ll first start off by admitting I never thought I’d be writing a blog about chemistry. Somehow I always envisioned it would be about art, philosophy, photography or psychology. Over the past year, however, I’ve realized this is necessary because students,
and even other tutors, need it. Who knows, this could serve as the foundation for a book someday....