Biochemistry tutoring

Biochemistry tutoring in Frankfurt am Main

Students of human medicine, dentistry, veterinary medicine, sports science and nutritional science usually have biochemistry as a compulsory subject and therefore have to pass exams and even be tested in biochemistry in the Physikum. Biochemistry is often a challenge for students in these disciplines, as their knowledge of chemistry or biology from school often goes back a long way. In addition, the content of the biochemistry exams is very extensive and confusing at first glance. If the basics of chemistry or biology are also missing, even the lectures are often unclear. For these reasons, it is common in biochemistry for students to study very hard and still fail the exams. The reason for this is often that the interrelationships and the necessary details have not been sufficiently understood or memorized.

Sciences in Frankfurt

During tutoring in biochemistry from the Sciences team in Frankfurt, you will be coached through the content: You will be shown the essential / important or less important content as well as their interrelationships; you will be explained the level of detail required; you will be introduced to the principles and logic of biochemistry in the cell so that you can correctly address questions and topics yourself by applying the correct logic. This level of biochemistry tutoring support from the Sciences in Frankfurt team combined with intensive study will guide you successfully through the upcoming biochemistry exams. Sciences in Frankfurt supports you in Biochemistry in the metropolitan region of Frankfurt am Main, a cosmopolitan city with a very important university, the Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Frankfurt am Main. We are happy to come to your home, whether you live in Westend, Nordend, Bockenheim, Bornheim, Ostend, Niederursel, Eschersheim, Höchst, Niederrad, Sachenhausen, Schwannheim, Nied or Rödelheim.


Contact us and discuss your request with us. We will be happy to advise you free of charge by telephone.

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