...My goal is to give students just enough guidance until they are comfortable solving problems on their own. After, I won't be there when they take their tests.I taught algebra-based high school physics for five years. During that time, I had to help many students with algebra 1 and problem-solving skills.
Chicago, ILView Tutor
...All chemicals are divided into solids, liquids and gases. They are said to be existing in elemental form. Some of the chemicals combine with another to form compounds, which are far more common and stable.
Roselle, ILView Tutor
...It will be on your final! I have four U.S. patents and currently working on a fifth. My science degree is general, so I know a little bit about everything science and tech, but I'll just keep my qualifications to chemistry.
Lisle, ILView Tutor
If you or someone you know needs a little academic help, lets talk. I have a Master's in Chemical Engineering from University of Kentucky, a PhD in Pharmaceutics from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and currently work as a pharmaceutics professor in the College of Pharmacy at Chic...
Matteson, ILView Tutor
...I use trigonometry a lot when I teach physics at the community college and could show how skills in algebra and physics can be used to solve physics problems. Did you know that I have been published in two journals? I also did a lot of writing while working on my Master's degree.
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