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Private In-Home and Online Anatomy Tutoring in New Haven, CT

Receive personally tailored Anatomy lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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Anatomy is a branch of science concerned with studying the human body. Through the study of anatomy, many advancements in medicine have occurred. Anyone interested in studying medicine or physical therapy of any kind needs a firm background in anatomy. Common concepts of anatomy include the skeletal system, the lymphatic system, and the circulatory system amongst many others. Whether your aim is to become a heart surgeon or to simply pass your next exam, connecting with a skilled tutor can try to help you pursue your full potential.

To connect with anatomy tutors in New Haven, CT, call the educational directors at Varsity Tutors. We will hand-select a tutor who aligns with your particular learning style and personality. You'll enjoy working with an expert in the field who has real-world experience and can shed light on complex concepts in ways that you'll understand. Tutors keep up with the latest resources that could potentially help with understanding anatomy.

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Anatomy Tutoring review by Madeleine in New Haven, CT
The student and I went over the 2nd half of her study guide to prepare for Friday's test. This covered periodic trends and the history/experiments/scientists involved in developing the quantum mechanical model and wave-particle duality for light and electrons. The student practiced a couple problems that utilized the equation relating wavelength and frequency as well as energy and frequency. She is now a lot more comfortable with this type of problem and was getting them all correct. We also identified relationships between periodic trends to make them easier to remember. I look forward to hearing how her test went.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Michael in New Haven, CT
The student's class has started stoichiometry and dimensional analysis. Sometimes he is able to follow the problems really well, and other times he struggles to see how to proceed. These problems involve being able to convert written words into math, and also being able to see how to manipulate the numbers and units given to get the end result the problem asks for. They can be tricky and require lots and lots of practice to get familiar with converting from one unit to the next. He can do this work and has shown me he can do some of the easier problems, but he will need to continue to practice if he is going to have success on a quiz/test.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Reina in New Haven, CT
We went over graphing circles, ellipses, and hyperbolas in preparation for her test. She should do very well. We then went over Chemistry: trends in the periodic table (atomic size, ionic size, electron affinity, electronegativity), and how these concepts relate to the d and f block elements.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Edward in New Haven, CT
We covered the student's homework in this class. Naming, empirical formulas, and VSEPR. He knows all of the elements and polyatomic ions. We focused on order of operations and conversions (grams to moles to molecules). We also discussed electrons as they relate to bonds and lone pairs.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Ron in New Haven, CT
This session I covered intermolecular forces with the student and explained how these intermolecular forces affect physical properties like melting and boiling temperatures. Further, we covered the concept of electronegativity, non-polar bonding, polar bonding, London dispersion forces, dipole dipole interactions, and hydrogen bonding. Finally, we discussed valence shell electron pair repulsion theory which explains the shapes of molecules. The shapes that result from hybridization includes: tetrahedron, trigonal pyramidal, bent, linear, and trigonal planar.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Matjaz in New Haven, CT
Today we have done several problems that were similar to ones that will be on the physics test tomorrow. They included motion with constant velocity, as well as motion with constant acceleration. Formulas included distance as a function of time, initial velocity, and acceleration, as well as velocity as a function of acceleration and time. Further, we answered conceptual questions about velocity, acceleration, and time. The student is well prepared for the test tomorrow.
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