Weekends at any time
EducationGraduate with chemical physics and math degrees. Chemist at local biotech company. Trying to keep my degree skills sharp before I get into grad school.
Note: Just noticed that a whole bunch of requests went to my spam folder - SORRY! I did not mean to ignore anyone. I should also mention that I don't know if I am really up for tutoring high school students - I think connecting with undergraduates taking courses I'm familiar with is a different gig than trying to teach people in K-12, but drop a line.
ExperienceBest at tutoring mechanics in physics, have had several dozen PHY231 students and I can say I don't think I've had any student do poorly. I can handle introductory chemistry and math classes fine, beyond that drop a line to ask.
Physics, Chemistry, Math. I'm good at getting people to understand the concepts behind mechanics in introductory physics classes, calc. and non-calc. versions, and at telling whether you're dying to understand the beautiful intricacies of physics or you're in a pinch and desperate to pass the next two tests and move on with your life :) Good at introductory chemistry classes; I can help you understand the beginnings of organic chem and the theories of SN1/SN2/E1/E2 etc. but keep in mind I can't actually make you memorize the mechanisms. Drop a line about the math courses, I can handle everything through Calc 3 easily but beyond that it varies but I am better with algebraic proofs.
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