Mr.Parent
Mr.Parent
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Chemistry

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10.99 USD /single lesson (60 min.)
Science / Chemistry

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country Canada
languages English
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Education

Dalhousie University (September 2010 - Current) - BSc - Major in Neuroscience Universit y of New Brunswick (September 2008 – May 2010) - BSc - General Science -Recipient of several scholarships for 08/09 and 09/10 school term - 2009/2010 school term - Irving Ltd. Scholarship - Knights of Columbus Scholarship - McPort City Food Services Scholarship - 2009/2009 school term - Governer Thomas Carleton Scholarship 2008/2009 - UNB Saint John campus scholarship 2008/2009 - Irving Ltd. Scholarship - Knights of Columbus Scholarship St. Malachy’s Memorial High School (September 2004 -June 2008) - Graduated high honour student - University of Waterloo Fryer Math Competition award recipient - Proud recipient of New Brunswick Architecture Award 2006 - Certificate for participation in “Job Fest 2007” held by Irving Ltd. St. Rose Middle School (September 2001 – June 2004) - Grade eight math excellence award // St. Rose School “Lou Murphy Award” for academic excellence - Grade seven Science excellence award - Grade six Social Studies excellence award

Experience: 6 years

About me

Hello there! My name is Christopher Parent and I look forward to helping you in chemistry! I have experience in and enjoy teaching the basics of atoms and molecules, detailed chemical equations and reactions, the periodic table, the electronic structure of atoms, and chemical bonding as well as organic chemistry including structure and bonding, functional groups, isomers, reactions, polymers and spectroscopy. I also ahve experience with gases, thermochemistry, rates of reaction, chemical equilibrium, spontaneity of reactions, reactions in aqueous solution, acids and bases, acid-base equilibria, solubility equilibria, redox reactions, and electrochemistry.