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Rutgers University (PhD)
I went to Rutgers University and obtained my Ph.D in Organic Chemistry and I completed my post doctorate at Emory University. I am active teacher in Organic Chemistry at a state school, but my passion for tutoring began at Rutgers where I started with a small number of students and through word of mouth exponentially started to increase as students loved the results they were receiving on exams and they loved how I was able to explain and break down difficult concepts into more simplistic ways.
I have over 15 years of experience teaching Organic Chemistry, I make students feel confident about attacking any problem they encounter and I am always there to answer any questions students might have.
I am here for you! I will go at your own pace. I went to Rutgers University and obtained my Ph.D in Organic Chemistry and I completed my post doctorate at Emory University. I am active teacher in Organic Chemistry at a state school, but my passion for
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I have taught and tutored Organic chemistry for almost 16 years in a school. As a teacher, my teaching methods focuses on asking critical questions and let students find the answer. Rather than giving the answer, I like to direct students. This way they will understand a topic better than memorizing it.