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Brighton, CO Chemistry Tutors

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Sam S.
For the past 16 years, with great success and satisfaction, I taught all subjects to high school students at a small, non-traditional private school in Denver. In addition, afternoon and evening hours were spent working individually with students of all types in credit accrual, subject tutoring, an...
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36 Subjects: including chemistry, physics, geometry, writing
Sam S.
$45.00/hr
Longmont, CO
Neven S.
...I have worked as an Office Manager for 2 years and have used Quickbooks for the bookkeeping. I have tutored small business owners and their staff in using Quickbooks for their businesses. I have experience mentoring over 30 high school, undergraduate and graduate students over the past decade.
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33 Subjects: including chemistry, biology, algebra 1, GRE
Neven S.
$50.00/hr
Boulder, CO
Laura Z.
...I was then hired by the ULL Athletic Department to help fellow student athletes maintain high GPA's and academic eligibility. Subjects ranged from remedial algebra, geometry, trigonometry, to calculus, calculus-based physics, and chemistry. In graduate school, I instructed undergraduate courses...
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17 Subjects: including chemistry, calculus, GRE, physics
Laura Z.
$65.00/hr
Boulder, CO
Jeremy R.
...I also helped coach elementary basketball on the weekends. I was a four year starting pitcher for my high school team. During that time I was also captain and voted all conference.
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20 Subjects: including chemistry, geometry, biology, algebra 1
Jeremy R.
$40.00/hr
Denver, CO
Jane B.
...Why does water make such strong bonds (besides normal explanation of H-bonds)? Because the oxygen atoms are bullies and steal the hydrogen atoms hold on electrons, they then become polar molecules.... those oxygen atoms are greedy - so they pull on all the poor little hydrogens around them: resul...
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6 Subjects: including chemistry, reading, algebra 1, elementary math
Jane B.
$30.00/hr
Commerce City, CO
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