3 Organic Chemistry Tutors Found Near Albuquerque, NM

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Jeffrey L.

Organic Chemistry Tutor

Rio Rancho, NM 87124

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

4.88 539 ratings

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Jeff - Creative, Fun, Easy to Understand Math and Science

I have both studied and tutored Organic Chemistry in the past. My degree emphasis while obtaining my bachelors in Physical Science was Organic Chemistry. I believe the foundation of this course is finding the patterns and functional relationship of the various organic compounds and their interrelationships. I am a retired Naval officer and teacher. I was in the Navy for a 26-year career which included diplomatic tours in the Philippines and in Venezuela. After retiring I chose to become a teacher because of my love for learning and love of working with children. I was and still am a certifi [more]

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Ann D.

Organic Chemistry Tutor

Albuquerque, NM 87111

Will travel 10 miles

$55 per hour.

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PhD Chemist-Organic and General Chemistry

I earned a Ph.D. in organic chemistry from Emory University in Atlanta. In order to do that, I took multiple high level organic chemistry classes along with independent research. I have authored publications and have previously tutored in organic chemistry. I obtained my undergraduate degree in chemistry at the University of Arizona where my coursework included a general overview of all aspects of chemistry, including many labs. I then went on to graduate school at Emory University in Atlanta where I focused more specifically on organic chemistry. While I have extensive laboratory expe [more]

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Susan B.

Organic Chemistry Tutor

Albuquerque, NM 87109

Will travel 15 miles

$15 per hour.

4.82 142 ratings

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I have taken the courses: Organic Chemistry I (level 220), Organic Chemistry II (level 221), and Intermediate Organic Chemistry (a graduate level class-416). I received a B overall in all three classes. I tutored a couple of students in Organic Chemistry in college. In Organic Chemistry I, we covered "functional groups, nomenclature, resonance, inductive and steric effects, stereochemistry, carbonyl chemistry", and the overall "nature of organic reactions". The laboratory focused on the "microscale of synthetic techniques, gas chromatography, and infrared and nuclear magnetic resonance spectro [more]