Galileo? Darwin? Einstein? Curie? Pasteur?
Science is the world's future. While not every student is destined to be Galileo, Darwin, Einstein, Curie, or Pasteur, everyone needs to know who they were and their contributions to either astronomy, biology, physics, chemistry, or medicine. Today's elementary and middle school students will encounter courses that include Earth science, life science, and/or astronomy. So, whether your student is passionate about science or is simply just trying to get through it, Vogel Prep provides expert instruction and guidance every step of the way, from lower levels to high honors, IBs, APs, or college-level courses. Our group of scientists are either masters or P.h. Ds in their fields and have lots of teaching experience
As the second semester progresses, consider planning ahead for the AP Exams and/or the SAT II Subject Tests.
At Vogel Prep, tutors such as Mr. Malcolm Leinwohl are available to help your student prepare for these tests. Mr. Leinwohl teaches Advanced Placement biology at Chaparral High School, where his students consistently score 30% above the national average on the College Board Advanced Placement Biology Test. He is available to actively study with your student either one-on-one or in a small group of students in preparation for the exam. Let them prepare for the unique grid in questions by reviewing the math-based concepts of genetics, Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, and ecology energetics. Practice writing both long and short-format essays, which now count as 50% of the total test score. Analyze guided-inquiry lab data through multiple choice questions on College Board released tests. After a year of studying biology/Advanced Placement biology, Mr. Leinwohl is available to help students score their maximum on these high-stakes tests that could result in college-level credits.