Welcome to ChemistryTutor.ca
Are you looking to receive higher marks in chemistry?
Do you require assistance with chemistry tests
and exam preparation?
Having trouble with a specific topic in chemistry?
Hello, my name is Monica and welcome to my chemistry tutoring website.
I am a Chartered Chemist here in Ontario and have a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry along with over 12 years of experience tutoring chemistry for students in Grade 11 and Grade 12 whereby I have also helped in the preparation for students entering the Avogadro Chemistry Contest and the Grade 12 Chem 13 News Exam held at the University of Waterloo.
I provide one on one chemistry tutoring sessions and small group tutoring sessions in the Mississauga, Brampton and West Toronto area to students presently taking Chemistry in high school and/or preparing for the SAT Chemistry Test.
My philosophy to tutoring is very simple, making sure the student understands the fundamental concepts of chemistry and problem solving. The topics shown below and the following pages for Grade 11 and Grade 12, are from text books most commonly used by the board of education's here in Ontario.
A typical chemistry session is 2 hours long, assisting my students to improve their grades by providing guidance on homework issues, upcoming tests, lab work and exams, also by focusing on their strengths and weaknesses on the various topics.
Chemistry tutoring sessions are available at the following locations:
Topics covered during our tutoring sessions include:
Monday thru Friday - 7 pm. to 9 pm.
Saturday - 10 am. to 4 pm.
Sunday - 10 am. to 4 pm.
What Is Chemistry?
Everything you hear, see, smell, taste, and touch involves chemistry and chemicals (matter). Chemistry is the science of the materials that make up our physical world. Chemistry is the study of chemicals and what happens when they are mixed, heated or cooled. Everything is made of chemicals. Land, sea, sky, plants, houses, food, cars and you, are all made of chemicals.
Chemistry is the study of atoms, molecules, and the interactions they undergo called chemical reactions. Through the breaking and forming of atomic bonds, various compounds change into new compounds, either producing or consuming energy in the process. Energy may be released in the form of heat or light, as in a fire or explosion. By exploiting chemistry and what we know about chemical reactions, we can produce chemicals with useful properties.
For more information about my tutoring services, credentials or just general questions please feel free to contact me