Ph.D @ M.D.S. U
Hi! I am Jaya and I teach Chemistry. I enjoy explaining everything from basic to advanced concepts in Chemistry and helping students excel at it. I was naturally drawn towards science from a young age when I took interest in science experiments and projects during school. My love for Chemistry helped me to learn it extensively and be a college topper when I was studying for my Bachelors. This propelled me further and I went on to become a gold medalist while pursuing my Master's degree. I further completed my research fellowship studies to pursue a teaching career. Over the years, 3 of my research papers have been published by reputed journals. In my 16 years of teaching, I have taught thousands of students. Yet, I am fond of helping students one-on-one in online classes. I wish to continue helping many more as I advance my journey further.
Basics of Matter, Chemical Kinetics , Chemical Substances, Electrochemistry , Matter , Nuclear Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Periodic Table, States of Matter, Thermodynamics
I love taking up the challenge of explaining complex topics to my students. For that, I break down a concept into simpler parts and ensure that they have the basics clear. My approach is to have a clear two-way communication and quizzing them after explaining each topic. You can also expect me to share tips to study the vast chemistry syllabus and complete it effectively. By following smart studying methods, repeated practice of solving numericals and clear understanding of each topic, scoring good grades in chemistry is easy.
Chemical bonding, Organic chemistry
The periodic table, also known as the periodic table of elements, is a tabular display of the chemical elements.
Nuclear chemistry has many applications in agriculture, medicine, industry and research. They greatly improve the day to day quality of our lives.
Electrochemistry has a number of different uses, particularly in industry. The principles of cells are used to make electrical batteries.
Organic compounds essential to human functioning include carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleotides.
The word "thermodynamics" was derived from the Greek words thermé (heat) and dynamics (force).
12 Mar, 2021
Jaya is easy to understand and explains things very thoroughly. Chemistry is not my strong subject and I appreciate that I was paired with her!
04 Feb, 2021
She was good
28 Jan, 2021
Jaya was very helpful and patient when explaining conversion factors. I am looking forward to working with her throughout this semester to ensure I earn a good grade in chemistry.
28 Jan, 2021
Always knows what to do, this isone of the most reliable tutors :)
08 Dec, 2020
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