Chemistry Tutoring in NYC, Staten Island, and Brooklyn
Chemical Engineers require a strong background in chemistry to ensure that whatever you are working on doesn’t go morbidly awry.
In my quest for my Master’s in Chemical Engineering, I studied physical chemistry, organic chemistry, and took several labs applying those lessons. There are many overlaps in Living Environment (Biology) that are typically learned at the high school and college level. For example, carbohydrate, lipid, and protein structure can all be described using chemistry. In fact, enzymes in Biology are just a subset of catalysts in Chemistry. Catalysts speed up a reaction by lowering the activation energy…and all of a sudden we are in Physics.
I enjoy that Chemistry is so interrelated with the other sciences and math that it is hard to separate them (“like dissolves like”). We will help your student focus on the important concepts that they need to succeed. We’ve successfully tutored students for many chemistry exams including the Chemistry Regents, Chemistry Advanced Placement, or Chemistry SAT II Subject Test in NYC, in Brooklyn, in Staten Island, or online. I have many practice tests and questions to go over as well as my own proprietary Regents Summary that I share with all of my students. It has everything you would ever need to know to pass the Chemistry Regents.
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At first, chemistry can be really tough because it seems like there is always an exception to the rule. But once you begin to think like an atom, things get less electron cloudy. I can help you forgive your grievances with chemistry and let your pi-bonds be pi-bonds.
If you would like me to include the interdisciplinary nature of the course, contact me and let me know that you are interested in my multi-year long term math/science plan. I also offer small groups for some endeavors.
You can schedule a lesson with John at Book Me or you can schedule a lesson with a master of chemistry tutoring below.