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Boston University (Chemistry)
If you're looking for a tutor for chemistry, math, writing, or GRE or SAT prep, look no further! Since 2008 I've tutored high school and college students from a wide range of Boston-area schools. I'm familiar with a wide range of curricula but always take care to review a teacher or professor's specific approach prior to tutorial sessions so as to make the most of our time.
I'm currently abroad but am offering tutorial sessions at a cut-rate price via Skype or FaceTime. So let me know if I can help you with your class - I look forward to meeting you!
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Group rates: 2 students - $60/hr 3-5 students - $75/hr
Clark helped me so much with my organic and biochemistry class. As a student at Boston University, I was worried that I wouldn't be able to find a tutor that had the extensive knowledge needed to help explain the concepts to me that I wasn't understanding. However, Clark was able to answer all of my questions and more. He was very knowledgeable, professional, and dedicated to helping me in whatever way possible. Even when our schedules didn't overlap, he helped me via email and text to make sure that I got the help that I needed before my next test. I highly recommend him to a student of any level.
Clark has been tutoring my son in AP Chemistry for the past several months. He does a great job, and my son really enjoys working with him. He is very responsive, and is very accommodating around scheduling. He has been extremely flexible, as well, and has been able to schedule 2 and 3 hour sessions vs. the standard 1-hour session, which has really helped my son. He is an excellent communicator via email and texting. I would highly recommend Clark as a tutor.
Clark helped me with my Chem 1 class. He was very patient, explained concepts in a way that I could understand, and had me explain problems out so that I could better grasp the concepts. I've always struggled with chemistry and he explained everything in a way I could understand. I highly recommend this tutor!
Clark is a great match for my son, they are forming a great working relationship. He is intelligent and is helping with my son's confidence with this difficult college level class.
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I've tutored Algebra both privately and with the Community Charter School of Cambridge.
Ever since the age of 12, I've been fascinated by chemistry. In high school, I couldn't get enough of it. When the opportunity came to study at Harvard in the summer after my junior year, I independently prepared for the AP exam and went on to take organic chemistry I and II. I majored in chemistry at Boston University, and worked in organic, inorganic, and materials labs. During my college years, I also grew a fondness for tutoring. I continued to tutor privately after graduation, and now have more than six years' experience.
My major was chemistry; I took two semesters of physics, three semesters of math, three semesters of physical chemistry, two semesters of general chemistry, four semesters of organic chemistry, and one semester of biochemistry. So for any math, chemistry, biochemistry and physics on the MCAT, I'm qualified to tutor. I also have six years' experience working in journalism as a writer and editor, and I believe that qualifies me for the verbal section.
Regarding general and cell biology, anatomy and the like: These are not my areas of expertise, but MCAT students are often better versed in these areas and need more help with the physical sciences. I know this because I've found students on my own in the past who have asked for MCAT help in the physical sciences, and our sessions went just fine.
One option perhaps is that I can clearly state in my WyzAnt profile that I will be able to help specifically in science and math, not biology. I just would like to be able to contact students who ask for MCAT help, specifically in science (see Saba, from zip code 02125, who posted on 2/23). Thanks for your consideration.