This page will serve as a hub for Biology Tutoring. Use the Forum to start discussions and leave messages for the tutors. Meet (text, audio, or video chat) with tutors during the regularly scheduled times (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 6:30-9:00 pm eastern time) using BigBlueButton sessions. Any questions or problems, please contact the director of NAS tutoring,  Dr. Chemel (chemelbr@eckerd.edu).

This page will serve as a hub for virtual Chemistry Tutoring. Use the Forum to start discussions and leave messages for the tutors. Meet (text, audio, or video chat) with tutors during the regularly scheduled times (Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thur 6:30-9:00 eastern time) using BigBlueButton sessions. Any questions or problems, please contact the director of NAS tutoring,  Dr. Chemel (chemelbr@eckerd.edu).

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This page will serve as a hub for Marine Science Tutoring. Use the Forum to start discussions and leave messages for the tutors. Meet (text, audio, or video chat) with tutors during the regularly scheduled times (Sun, Mon, & Wed (and Tue & Thu during the Module) from 7:00-9:00 pm eastern time) using BigBlueButton sessions. Any questions or problems, please contact the director of NAS tutoring,  Dr. Chemel (chemelbr@eckerd.edu).

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Module CH 121N-007, 010, 013_FA20: Examines modern chemical theory including stoichiometry, gas laws, atomic structure and bonding, and solutions. Prerequisites: high school chemistry and three years of high school mathematics or CH 110N with a grade of C- or better.