Award-Winning Anatomy Tutors in St. Louis, MO

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Private In-Home and Online Anatomy Tutoring in St. Louis, MO

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.

How can a Anatomy tutor help you?

Anatomy is a complex field of science that can cause some students to become confused easily. If you find yourself uncertain of your understanding of concepts such as the midsagittal plane or the lymphatic system, then a tutor may be able to help. Varsity Tutors can assist you in finding a dedicated anatomy tutor in St. Louis, Missouri, who can work with you at a time and place that works best for you. You can even work with your tutor online to cover concepts such as microscopic anatomy, the ventral cavity, and the dorsal cavity.

St. Louis anatomy tutors can work with you one-on-one to help you work on the concepts that confuse you. You may even choose to utilize a tutor for help studying for a big anatomy exam coming up. Because you are the only student your tutor has to focus on during your lesson, you and your learning needs are the priority of the meeting. This also means that your tutor can teach to your unique learning style, which wouldn't likely be possible in a large classroom. If you learn best with visual aids, then your tutor can provide visual learning materials to help explain your lessons. Should you prefer lectures or interactive lessons, your tutor can deliver these as well. Some students find that their learning style changes based on the concepts being covered, and this is okay too. You and your tutor may find that when studying the lymphatic system you learn best kinesthetically, while the digestive system is easier for you to understand through a lecture. Your tutor can be flexible and accommodate your learning needs.

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Session Summaries by Anatomy Tutors

Anatomy Tutoring review by Farrah in St. Louis, MO
We again reviewed material from last session and I quizzed her again. We continued in her book and went over biological membranes and signal transduction. I also went over some organic chemistry with her because it will help to understand the macromolecules and redox reactions. I taught her how to label different organic compounds. When quizzing over the macromolecules, she had some difficulty remembering the types of bonds (but by the end of all the sessions she remembered). I showed her a video on the steps of G-protein signal transduction.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Stephen in St. Louis, MO
The student received a study sheet on cellular respiration and photosynthesis. We covered each topic on the paper and the student had made study cards. I detailed or made ways to remember the cards that confused her. By the time I left, the student had every topic from the study sheet down solid. She did really well. I left her with how to look over the cards once more before her test the next day.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Tanner in St. Louis, MO
Today we covered how to use the Hardy-Weinberg formula when discussing phenotypes, genotypes, and allele frequency. We discussed variance and evolution due to natural selection and environmental factors. We also went over equilibrium rates and the difference between the Q and K ratios.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Danny in St. Louis, MO
Today the student worked on his first lab report for his biology lab class. It involved a candle experiment dealing with gas pressures, vacuums, and equilibrium. He had a good understanding of the logic behind the experiment when we began. I used analogies and other comparisons to give a more clear view of what was going on in the experiment and the logic behind it. Then I had him think it over and explain the concepts back to me. Once we were able to talk through it a few times, things really started clicking. He 100% understood what was going on, and was able to put his thoughts down on paper in a smooth and fluid manner. I gave him some tips on the structure of lab reports and what to include, which will aid him in writing his next report. No concerns, everything went great!
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Ashkan in St. Louis, MO
In this session with the student, he completed his weekly assignment for Biology. Topics that were tutored in this session included natural selection, evolution, survival of the fittest, and adaptations. We discussed possible reasons for evolution and how natural selection plays a role in selecting for the best traits within a specie. We completed his assignment which helped solidify the topic of natural selection in a real life situation.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Mark in St. Louis, MO
The student's grades have improved dramatically, from a C/D to a 97% in the class. Through December we covered macromolecules, DNA/gene theory, and cell theory. She and I have both brought videos to watch to our study sessions and this has helped her understanding greatly, as she seems to be a very visual learner. All in all, her success has been great.
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