Science questions not covered in Chem 14A and 14B. Try to limit questions to chemistry (inorganic chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, biophysical chemistry, biochemistry, materials science, environmental chemistry).
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Is there any one-on-one tutoring available for Chem 14A where individuals can work out personal difficult questions or are there only group assistance sessions?
claribel charway 1I
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The tutoring offered on the website are all group sessions. Maybe you could contact your TA for one-on-one sessions but I would say that showing up to their office hours works best because you can ask them all the questions you have.
Celena Kim 2I
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I believe you can sign up for tutoring through AAP.
Jamie Hwang 2F
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Celena Kim 2I wrote:I believe you can sign up for tutoring through AAP.
I heard of that too and I kind of want to look into it more.
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Kishan Shah 2G wrote:What does AAP stand for?
It's the Academic Advancement Program, they have peer learning sessions as well as individual tutoring options available for members of the program.
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Office hours during weeks that don't have exams are usually really helpful because you can ask your specific questions!
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