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 About Dr. Caliguri 

Credentials

I have a well balanced educational background from respected institutions. I am also a published research scientist who helps other people see real-world applications. Click here to see CV.
 

Background in Chemistry

I am an analytical biochemist with a Ph.D. in chemistry. I began my teaching career in 1982 by teaching Graduate School chemistry and biology. Since then I have taught in such notable institutions as Wellesley College in Massachusetts and Trinity College in Connecticut. This experience allows me to advise chemistry students at all levels.

Biology Background 

At Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, I studied anatomy, physiology, and the neurological sciences, all of which are my areas of research. 

 

Math Background

Areas of Math that I have studied include advanced Algebra and vector calculus. These credentials allow me to successfully tutor students in Math.

With over 20 years of teaching & tutoring experience I am able to personalize each tutoring session to address the student’s

learning style so they understand the concepts and achieve results.

 

I help students learn and practice good study habits and facilitate the learning process through repetition, recall and retention.

Allow me to help your student get into the university of their choice through additional instruction in chemistry, physics, and mathematics.

 

I also offers tutoring sessions in biology to both high school and college students.

 

If you're a biochemistry or a pre-Med student, it is recommended that you choose a tutor with a Ph.D.

Perform better in chemistry, biology, physics, calculus, algebra I and II with the help of my guidance and attention.

 

Work on solidifying your foundation in these interrelated subjects and learn to love overcoming difficulty.

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