6 Organic Chemistry Tutors Found Near Syracuse, NY



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Joe S.

Organic Chemistry Tutor

Rochester, NY 14625

Will travel 15 miles

$48 per hour.

4.9 51 ratings

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Retired chemistry teacher and tutor : Regents, AP, College, Organic

I have a PhD in organic chemistry from Yale University. I have done organic chemical research and have patents and publications. I have taught Organic Chemistry as an adjunct professor at Monroe Community College and the University of Rochester. I recently taught the lab portion of organic chemistry at Monroe Community College. Working together to improve your understanding and your scores. I bring enthusiasm, experience and commitment to my tutoring. I will assess your needs quickly and adjust my tutoring style to accommodate those needs. I develop worksheets and practice tests that specif [more]


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Randy A.

Organic Chemistry Tutor

Macedon, NY 14502

Will travel 35 miles

$50 per hour.

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Chemist with Professional Experience

I have received my BS in Chemisty 47 credit hours courses which included Organic Chemistry, Advanced Inorganic Chemistry and Inorganic Polymers I have taught Polymeric Materials, and Introduction to Plastics as an Adjunct Professor at Monroe Community College and Rochester Institute of Technology. Throughout my career, I have worked in the Plastics Industry as Process Engineer. As part of the Visiting Chemist program, I given lectures on Polymer Chemistry and Applications at Saint Bonaventure. [more]


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Stephen P.

Organic Chemistry Tutor

Rochester, NY 14620

Will travel 4 miles

$75 per hour.

4.86 22 ratings

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A Personal Tutor with You in Mind

At the University of Rochester, I have taken (and excelled in) both of their Organic Chemistry courses/Labs. As a result, the following semester I was a Teaching Assistant for Organic Chemistry. My experience with teaching this topic has developed into a tactic of helping one learn the material along with helping them learn the ins and outs of this new "language." Hello everyone! My name is Stephen P. and I graduated summa cum laude from the University of Rochester (Majors: Brain & Cognitive Science and Biology; Minors: American Sign Language and Psychology). Currently, I am an enrolled me [more]


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Michael O.

Organic Chemistry Tutor

Rochester, NY 14607

Will travel 20 miles

$45 per hour.

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Science, Math, and History

I have a minor in Chemistry with a B.S. degree in Biology, and took several organic chemistry courses in college. I have a good grasp of general high school level organic chemistry I am a retired businessperson, with many years experience in the medical laboratory business. I have a degree in Biology from Hobart College in Geneva, with a minor in Chemistry. Since my retirement I have been a substitute teacher for several years, teaching math and science at the middle school and high school level. I have recently moved into the Rochester area and have substituted since the spring of 2012 at [more]


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Nicola S.

Organic Chemistry Tutor

Corning, NY 14830

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Organic Chemistry and DAT Tutor - 24AA Scorer

I am a recent graduate of Biomedical Engineering at Binghamton University. I took the DAT in July, 2017 and scored a 24AA, landing me in the 99th percentile. I've applied to dental schools and have interviewed and been accepted to NYU School of Dental Medicine. This schooling will not begin until August of 2018 and in the meantime I have plenty of free time to tutor! Applying to dental school can be very stressful and overwhelming. However, a high DAT score and a structured schedule on getti... [more]


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Albert F.

Organic Chemistry Tutor

Syracuse, NY 13203

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.58 55 ratings

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Algebra, Calculus and Chemistry Tutor

I have a PhD in Chemistry. Organic chemistry: the art and science of designing molecules that will do things for the world. First the things that need doing: new antibiotics, treatments for cancer, better construction materials; every new substance a puzzle to solve, the pieces being known molecules and processes. Learn the names of the pieces, their properties, the methods for linking them together, and feel the excitement of knowing that this time this NMR spectrum, that melting point, proves that for once the experiment worked, all those other times that some obvious or subtle error cause [more]