13 Chemical Engineering Tutors Found Near Hartford, CT



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Omar D.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Ridgewood, NY 11385

Will travel 8 miles

$40 per hour.

4.8 51 ratings

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Engineering professional for Writing, Math, & Science Tutoring

Chemical engineering is my passion. I currently hold a Bachelor's of Engineering in the field of Chemical Engineering with a minor in Physics. My love for applications of mathematics and chemistry continues to deeply allude my interests in learning and teaching various topics in this field of study. Dear prospective student: I am patient and enjoy tutoring. When encountering a new student I implement various learning processes to find the most effective way of helping them learn a new topic. What makes me unique as a tutor is that I understand that every student will learn differently and wil [more]


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Miriam L.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Amherst, MA 01002

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 8 ratings

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Patient and Experienced Math Tutor: Deep Concepts to Test Prep Skills

I am majoring in chemical engineering at University of Massachusetts, Amherst. I am currently working as a teaching assistant for ChE120 which is a fundamental course for chemical engineering where you learn about mass balances on multiple units and system with chemical reactions. Moreover the course includes a basic introduction for thermodynamics. Hi, I'm Miriam. I am double majoring in chemical engineering and mathematics (with concentrations in pure and computing) with a minor in classical piano at University of Massachusetts Amherst, Commonwealth Honors College. I have been receiving Chan [more]


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Michael G.

Chemical Engineering Tutor

Brooklyn, NY 11220

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Experienced Tutor Ready to Help You Achieve Your Goals

I have completed both a BS in Chemical Engineering and an Masters of Engineering in Chemical Engineering. I have previously tutored 1-on-1 in all subjects in the field, including graduate level courses intended for PhD students in chemical engineering: material and energy balances, chemical reactor design, unit operations, plant design, heat exchanger design, polymer technologies, transport phenomena, thermodynamics for chemical engineers, and heat and mass transfer. Tutoring methods include reviewing textbook derivations from fundamental principals (since most textbooks skip intermediate s [more]