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Anatomy can be a tough class; however, if you are hoping to pursue a career in the medical field, then it is absolutely necessary to excel in this subject. If you find that some concepts are proving to be too much for you, or you simply want some help studying for your big anatomy final, a private tutor can help. Varsity Tutors can assist you in your search for a professional and experienced anatomy tutor in Washington, D.C. You can meet with your tutor in person or online at a place and time that works best for your schedule.

A private Washington, D.C., anatomy tutor can help you with concepts such as the respiratory system, reproductive system, and ventral cavity. You and your tutor can work in a one-on-one environment that allows for you to feel completely comfortable asking all the questions you need to. Unlike in a classroom filled with students, your tutor can focus only on you and your learning goals and needs. This means you can pick and choose which topics to cover, and you can decide to only cover the areas that you are struggling with. For example, if you already understand everything relating to the dorsal cavity, then you can skip over that section entirely. On the other hand, if you are struggling with the lymphatic system, you can focus your tutoring time on this area. This allows for you to have efficient and effective tutoring sessions.

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Anatomy Tutoring review by Emil in Washington DC
During our session, the student and I began looking at the central dogma of genetics which includes transcription and protein translation. Our discussion involved mentioning and explaining the different types of biological molecules that play roles in these processes. Since we did mention some of these ideas in our first semester, he did have a slight understanding of these processes heading into our session. This background information was very helpful and he was able to pick up and assimilate these ideas without any major problems. Before our session ended, I quizzed him on some of these ideas and I'm proud to say he understood them very well.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Alexandra in Washington DC
The student and I finalized his work on his online assignments. We reviewed photosynthesis also and detailed the process for protein synthesis, two sections he said he had either not reviewed in awhile or was less comfortable with. Since he had mentioned he didn't feel the most confident taking tests at the end of the session, we went over some test taking strategies and hints for reviewing for his larger exam.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Leah in Washington DC
The student and I reviewed the parts of a cell (Chapter 3) including the structure and function of the cell membrane and all of the major organelles. We then moved into chapter 4 where we discussed reactions, enzymes, and active vs passive transport.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Zachary in Washington DC
Reviewed material for upcoming test over heredity and genetics. Had the student practice making and solving genetic models (Punnet squares, dihybrid crosses etc.), starred terms I felt he needed to go back over as his explanations were lacking or he was unable to explain them at all. Held off on talking about specific genetic diseases as he was covering them Friday and possibly Monday. Algebra - Reviewed material relating to graphing functions and then altering them via stretches and shifts and what the resulting graphs and data tables would look like.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Brian in Washington DC
We went over genetics today, Gregory Mendel and his experiments, dominance, probabilities, Punnett squares, and also variations in inheritance (incomplete dominance, co-dominance, etc.). The student seems to grasp these concepts pretty well.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Emily in Washington DC
Today the student and I discussed protein synthesis and worked on an RNA synthesis worksheet handed out by his teacher. We covered the three important RNA's (messenger RNA, ribosomal RNA, and transfer RNA). Because his teacher hadn't lectured on the topic, we did a brief overview of the process starting with mRNA synthesis in the nucleus through transcription, and translation in the cytoplasm using tRNA anticodons. We also discussed polypeptides, which are chains of amino acids.
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