7 Chemistry Tutors Found Near Macon, GA



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Mike A.

Chemistry Tutor

Griffin, GA 30223

Will travel 25 miles

$38 per hour.

4.95 442 ratings

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Tutor college/high school/middle school-science/mathematics

I am a retired chemist with a career in R/D including management. I have a PhD in Polymer Science as an elastomer physical chemist. I am a published chemist and a lecturer at the graduate school level. I am certified to teach science and mathematics in Ohio, was a "preferred substitute teacher" in two school districts in NE Ohio, and have tutored and taught science and mathematics in high school and middle school in Ohio for 9 years and since 2009 in Georgia. In my experience tutoring chem... [more]


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Ade S.

Chemistry Tutor

Macon, GA 31207

Will travel 25 miles

$25 per hour.

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Biomedical Engineering student at Mercer University.

Hello my name is Ade. I am recent Mercer University graduate, with a GPA of 3.2. My undergraduate degree was in Biomedical Engineering. I have taken a large range of higher level math and science courses during my time at Mercer Hopefully I'll be able to fill any of your academic needs.... [more]


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Sybille C.

Chemistry Tutor

Macon, GA 31220

Will travel 20 miles

$35 per hour.

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Biochemistry and Molecular Biology major/ 6-years tutoring experience!

Hello, my name is Sybille and I am a senior studying at Mercer University. I am double majoring in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and German. I absolutely love tutoring and have been doing so for over 6 years now. I tutored underclassmen while in high school and I also tutored at Kumon - After School Math & Reading Program and I enjoyed doing both so much! I worked with Tutors - America Reads / America Counts at a local elementary school and at the Boys and Girls Club in Macon. I have al... [more]


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Nitin K.

Chemistry Tutor

Milledgeville, GA 31061

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Highly qualified and experienced

I have a PhD in chemical engineering. I give simple examples to explain complex topics. This is the best way for the students to understand the concepts and correlate them to practical problems. It is important that the tutor not only understand the subject, but be able to correlate it to real-world situations, so that the students can understand it better. Often times I have seen that students just remember things without proper understanding of the fundamentals. I think this problem needs t... [more]


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Wanda R.

Chemistry Tutor

Milledgeville, GA 31061

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.75 93 ratings

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Tutoring in Spanish, Math and Science

Hi Everybody!! I have been working as an adjunct faculty with Illinois Central College since 2006. I enjoy teaching my classes and I like to be able to teach students who otherwise would not have an opportunity of study. I am an optimistic person.My way of teaching adjust to the nature way of the student's learning. There are some students who are visual learning, others hearing learning, while others need to be in a more interactive environment to learn. When I first meet an student I try... [more]


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Everson A.

Chemistry Tutor

Macon, GA 31201

Will travel 35 miles

$25 per hour.

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Mostly a math wiz. But I also enjoy science, especially chemistry

Dear students, I love teaching others. I love to see that look on someone's face when they finally understand how to do a difficult problem. My tutoring methods are effective because I include the student in the learning process. I don't just blindly teach but I build on what the student already knows. I level with the student and teach based on tangible, easily understandable things. I have plenty of tutoring experience including my junior and senior years of high school when I volunt... [more]


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John B.

Chemistry Tutor

Mcdonough, GA 30253

Will travel 25 miles

$70 per hour.

4.74 39 ratings

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Experienced ACT Math and Algebra Tutor & Physics

I strongly emphasize that students use The Periodic Table of Elements for its wealth of information. This includes periodic trends, oxidation numbers, energy level, determining electron configuration, and more. ---------------------------------------------- An example calculation: Find the pH of 2.00 mL of a 16.0 M hydrochloric acid diluted to a final volume of 1000 mL with water. The final [H+] concentration is: (16.0 M)*(2.00mL) / (1000mL / 1L) = 0.032 M in H+. pH = - log [H+] where [ ] means Molarity, moles/L The solution's pH is - log (0.032) = - (-1.49). This very acidic solut [more]