Some tips for finding a chemical engineering tutor include using online tutoring services such as WyzAnt, Chegg or Cardinal Scholars. Additionally, college students can often find tutoring services on campus through either the engineering academic department or a student services center that supports individual student learning.
Some tutors on WyzAnt have both undergraduate and graduate degrees in chemical engineering and are available to help students gain a better understanding of concepts and engineering solutions. Students access the WyzAnt site and use the search tool to locate available tutors with chemical engineering qualifications. Students can choose to find local tutors for in-person meetings or locate tutors for online sessions. Students determine hours of availability and amount of commitment that they can make before the WyzAnt system matches the student with potential tutors.
Chegg allows students to request help on a topic, including chemical engineering, get matched with a tutor, and then set up live tutoring sessions. These sessions use chat, audio and digital video technology so the student and tutor can communicate live one-on-one during the session.
Cardinal Scholars is an online tutoring service that connects students with both local and online support. Students can use the site to search for experts by location, subject and school.