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Conrad J.

Chemistry Professor with Tutoring Experience in Chemistry & Math

Chemistry Professor with Tutoring Experience in Chemistry & Math

$34/hour

About Conrad


Bio

I am currently a chemistry professor who teaches General Chemistry I & II as well as Physical Chemistry. I have a B.S. degree in chemistry and a Ph.D degree in physical chemistry. I have taught chemistry for nearly 13 years, all at the college level as a professor. My tutoring style is one that is concept driven with emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving and not on memorization or just learning the material to pass an exam or get a good grade. I believe that a focus on...

I am currently a chemistry professor who teaches General Chemistry I & II as well as Physical Chemistry. I have a B.S. degree in chemistry and a Ph.D degree in physical chemistry. I have taught chemistry for nearly 13 years, all at the college level as a professor. My tutoring style is one that is concept driven with emphasis on critical thinking and problem solving and not on memorization or just learning the material to pass an exam or get a good grade. I believe that a focus on students learning the concepts with development and improvement of critical thinking and problem solving skills will not only result in students getting very good grades but also help students retain and apply information and concepts learned in other future courses.
As a tutor, I will be very effective and engaging as much as possible with my student but at the same time present the information and concepts in a way that is easy and fun for the student. I've always had a joy and love of teaching others, especially in the areas of math and science. One reason I enjoy tutoring is that it provides the opportunity to help and meet people. Another reason is that tutoring it helps me as the tutor to see a student's strengths and weaknesses in the area of study that is being taught to the student. Students will do many example problems to ensure that concepts are learned and to eliminate the weaknesses in the given area of study. Most importantly, I want my students that I tutor to have a very enjoyable experience in which they can share their knowledge to others.

I have served as a tutor in math at all levels ranging from junior high school to college students. In high school, I took Algebra I, Algebra II, geometry, advanced mathematics, and introductory calculus. As an undergraduate and graduate chemistry student, I was required to take at many advanced mathematics courses. As an undergraduate chemistry student, I was required to take Calculus I, II, III, and differential equations. In graduate school, I took an advanced linear algebra course.

Currently, I teach General Chemistry I & II every semester and I also teach Physical Chemistry I (Thermodynamics/Kinetics) in the fall semester. I also have experience in teaching Physical Chemistry II (Quantum Mechanics). I have taught college chemistry for nearly 13 years. In addition, I have also tutored high school and college students in general chemistry. For college students, I have also done some tutoring in physical chemistry and analytical chemistry as well.

Please contact me if you need tutoring in chemistry and/or math. Also, contact me if you have any questions about me or any way that I can assist you.


Education

 SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY BATON ROUGE
Chemistry
• University of Iowa
PhD

Policies

  • Tutor’s lessons: In-person
  • Hourly Rate: $40
  • Travel policy: Within 40 miles of Baton Rouge, LA 70807
  • Lesson cancellation: 24 hours notice required
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Subjects

Homeschool

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Even though I have a degree in chemistry, I have been exposed to many different areas of math such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. As an undergraduate and graduate student, I was required to take many levels of mathematics that were to be applied in chemistry, whether in the classroom or laboratory. In undergraduate chemistry, I was required to take General Chemistry I & II and Analytical Chemistry (requiring knowledge of algebra) and Physical Chemistry I & II (requiring knowledge of trigonometry, calculus, physics, and differential equations). In graduate school, I was required to take Quantum Mechanics, Kinetics, and Catalysis courses (requiring knowledge of calculus and differential equations).
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Even though I have a chemistry degree, I have been exposed to many areas of mathematics. I have tutored high school and college students in Algebra I and II.
Chemistry

Chemistry

I have taught General Chemistry I & II (lecture and laboratory classes) as well as Physical Chemistry I & II (lecture and laboratory classes) for nearly 13 years. General Chemistry I & II courses are taught to not only chemistry majors but also other STEM majors (biology, physics, engineering, etc.). Physical Chemistry I & II courses are taught to junior and senior level chemistry majors and require an extensive background of chemistry, physics, and calculus.

Math

ACT Math,

ACT Math

I have done tutoring in mathematics in the areas of algebra I & II, trigonometry, geometry, and calculus on the high school and college level, including for the ACT.
Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Even though I have a degree in chemistry, I have been exposed to many different areas of math such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. As an undergraduate and graduate student, I was required to take many levels of mathematics that were to be applied in chemistry, whether in the classroom or laboratory. In undergraduate chemistry, I was required to take General Chemistry I & II and Analytical Chemistry (requiring knowledge of algebra) and Physical Chemistry I & II (requiring knowledge of trigonometry, calculus, physics, and differential equations). In graduate school, I was required to take Quantum Mechanics, Kinetics, and Catalysis courses (requiring knowledge of calculus and differential equations).
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Even though I have a chemistry degree, I have been exposed to many areas of mathematics. I have tutored high school and college students in Algebra I and II.
Trigonometry

Most Popular

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Even though I have a degree in chemistry, I have been exposed to many different areas of math such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. As an undergraduate and graduate student, I was required to take many levels of mathematics that were to be applied in chemistry, whether in the classroom or laboratory. In undergraduate chemistry, I was required to take General Chemistry I & II and Analytical Chemistry (requiring knowledge of algebra) and Physical Chemistry I & II (requiring knowledge of trigonometry, calculus, physics, and differential equations). In graduate school, I was required to take Quantum Mechanics, Kinetics, and Catalysis courses (requiring knowledge of calculus and differential equations).
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Even though I have a chemistry degree, I have been exposed to many areas of mathematics. I have tutored high school and college students in Algebra I and II.
Chemistry

Chemistry

I have taught General Chemistry I & II (lecture and laboratory classes) as well as Physical Chemistry I & II (lecture and laboratory classes) for nearly 13 years. General Chemistry I & II courses are taught to not only chemistry majors but also other STEM majors (biology, physics, engineering, etc.). Physical Chemistry I & II courses are taught to junior and senior level chemistry majors and require an extensive background of chemistry, physics, and calculus.

Science

Chemistry

Chemistry

I have taught General Chemistry I & II (lecture and laboratory classes) as well as Physical Chemistry I & II (lecture and laboratory classes) for nearly 13 years. General Chemistry I & II courses are taught to not only chemistry majors but also other STEM majors (biology, physics, engineering, etc.). Physical Chemistry I & II courses are taught to junior and senior level chemistry majors and require an extensive background of chemistry, physics, and calculus.

Summer

Algebra 1,

Algebra 1

Even though I have a degree in chemistry, I have been exposed to many different areas of math such as algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and calculus. As an undergraduate and graduate student, I was required to take many levels of mathematics that were to be applied in chemistry, whether in the classroom or laboratory. In undergraduate chemistry, I was required to take General Chemistry I & II and Analytical Chemistry (requiring knowledge of algebra) and Physical Chemistry I & II (requiring knowledge of trigonometry, calculus, physics, and differential equations). In graduate school, I was required to take Quantum Mechanics, Kinetics, and Catalysis courses (requiring knowledge of calculus and differential equations).
Algebra 2,

Algebra 2

Even though I have a chemistry degree, I have been exposed to many areas of mathematics. I have tutored high school and college students in Algebra I and II.
Chemistry

Chemistry

I have taught General Chemistry I & II (lecture and laboratory classes) as well as Physical Chemistry I & II (lecture and laboratory classes) for nearly 13 years. General Chemistry I & II courses are taught to not only chemistry majors but also other STEM majors (biology, physics, engineering, etc.). Physical Chemistry I & II courses are taught to junior and senior level chemistry majors and require an extensive background of chemistry, physics, and calculus.

Test Preparation

ACT Math

ACT Math

I have done tutoring in mathematics in the areas of algebra I & II, trigonometry, geometry, and calculus on the high school and college level, including for the ACT.

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$34/hour

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