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Dan Koshland, the Berkeley biochemistry professor whose work yielded major contributions to studies of enzyme structure and function, was fond of repeating a student review turned in at the...

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As we have done for the last several years after the AP results are in, we have catalogued tweets from Trevor Packer, the College Board’s Head of AP, as...

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Written by Chris; Chris is available for private tutoring. In this blog we are going to look at how to identify errors and propagate uncertainties present in practical work....

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High School Science: Why Some Kids Struggle, and How to Help Them Thinking back to your 8 AM high school chemistry lab, you may remember the kids who breezed...

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Last year at around this time, we posted a blog about physics concepts that you needed to know as you got through the first month or so of the...

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First, this is not a whole bunch different from preparing for your end of the year finals, so just reread this in May; it will still work. Also this...

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The lab portion of a high school science course is designed to mimic the “scientific process”, and to get the most out of the lab and do well, students...

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Update March 22, 2020: While SAT Subject tests are getting phased out by many colleges and universities (see recent announcements from Cornell and MIT), there is some speculation that...

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  The first thing I want to say about the matter is that regardless of how little your child may like their science classes, “I just can’t do science”...

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What Makes a Good Tutor? Beyond the obvious “chemistry” if you will that develops between tutor and student, two of the most important attributes are the tutor’s knowledge of...

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