AP Exam Prep


ADVANCED PLACEMENT EXAM PREP!


Dates:

November 1 – April 25, 2021

Days:

Sunday

Session Options:

Afternoons & Evenings

Course Times:

Physics: 1:00 P.M. – 3:00 P.M.
Biology: 3:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Chemistry: 5:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.

Physics Class Instructor:

William

Biology Class Instructor:

Sam S.

Chemistry Class Instructor:

Sam S.


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Meet Our AP Physics Tutor William

Kweller Prep Tutor William

William is the author of Kweller Prep’s AP Physics 1, an in-depth review coursebook he wrote completely by hand, color-coded, and illustrated. William graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), with a major in kinesiology and a minor in neuroscience. William also took advanced physics and engineering courses while at UIC. He has a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Sciences from Rosalind Franklin University and attended medical school at Chicago Medical School. William has had a passion for science and technology since childhood. He performed experiments, built robots, and won science fairs since his elementary years. By the age of 13, he became the youngest certified Tesla Coil builder ever, successfully constructing a 200,000-volt lightning bolt generator. During his freshman year at UIC, William founded a robotics organization known as the Engineering Design Team (EDT). Within its first few years, the organization won numerous national robotics competitions and even participated in the NASA Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition. He also interned with the US Department of Energy and the US Department of Defense. William also conducted cellular biology research and co-authored medical publications that explored how weightlifting affected the cells of mice. While in medical school, he founded an educational initiative called Small Changes Counseling (SCC). Small Changes Counseling is a curriculum that teaches medical students the proper way to advise patients through the process of weight-loss. It has been distributed to medical schools on a national scale and was approved by the Assistant Surgeon General, Dr. James Galloway. Throughout his collegiate studies, William always enjoyed teaching. He was a private tutor, a lecturer, and a graduate instructor at his former college. He has also explored different realms of education which ranged from running after-school science programs for elementary school students, teaching high school classes, administrating assorted home-school classes, and writing solution manuals for textbooks. Now William is focused on developing curriculum and materials for us in the home-school sector. He enjoys the creative freedom of designing his educational content as well as building an educational community. He teaches all levels of math from second-grade math up to college calculus. He also teaches project-based science and robotics classes. His goal is to influence education on a much greater scale and hopes his legacy will be one where he helped make access to higher education material more universal. William teaches a variety of physics classes at Kweller Prep. ranging from Regents to Advanced Placement level.


Meet Our AP Biology and Chemistry Tutor Sam

Kweller Prep Tutor Sam

Sam Sabzanov graduated from St. John’s University’s dual degree program. There, he received both a Bachelor’s and Master’s in their Biological Sciences program. Sam was on the Dean’s list consistently with a 3.98/4.00 undergraduate and 3.95/4.00 graduate GPA. At St. John’s, Sam received the Scholastic Excellence Scholarship and Huey L. Carey Community Grant in support of his studies. Sam also received the 2019 Dr. Charles Lacaillade Memorial Award, which is given to a Biological Sciences major with outstanding academic credentials and immense research exposure. Sam scored in the 91st percentile (515) on his MCAT, with a 96th percentile Biology/Biochemistry score and a 98th percentile CARS score. While at St. John’s, Sam also served as Chairman of the ABA Health Committee and President of the Biology Students Organization. Sam also has nearly 3 years of biology research experience in the Ruggiu Lab, the molecular bio lab at St. John’s. Some of his coursework here included: Microbiology, Graduate Biochemistry, Graduate Molecular Biology, Graduate Cell Biology, Graduate Microbial Genetics, Master’s Research, Human Anatomy, General Chemistry I &II, Organic Chemistry I & II, and College Physics I & II. Sam received a competitive travel grant to present his original findings from the Ruggiu Lab at multiple prestigious national conferences, such as the Experimental Biology 2019 Meeting in Orlando, and the American Society of Cell Biology 2019 in Washington, D.C.. Sam recently published a research manuscript from his time in the Ruggiu Lab, and is currently working on 4 pending manuscript submissions and expects publication by 2021. His research won the Graduate Admissions Assistance Program Summer 2019 Research Grant for the amount of $2,800. Sam graduated from Bard High School Early College of Queens. Some of his coursework included: General Physiology, Cell Biology, Genetics, Organismal Biology, Calculus 2, Calculus 1, Precalculus, Trigonometry, and Algebra. While at Bard, Sam obtained an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts as well as a high school diploma. Throughout high school, Sam served as the President of the Sports Analysis Club, Vice President of the Current Affairs Club, and Secretary of the American Red Cross Club. He scored a 2090/2400 on his SAT. Impressively, Sam was able to transfer the 62 credits that he earned through the Bard Early College Program to St. John’s University, where he graduated with his Bachelor’s and Master’s at the ages of 19 and 20, respectively. He was the youngest student in his graduating class at St. Johns. Sam accumulated years of tutoring experience in tough math and science subjects. Sam has a 5.0 rating on the on several tutoring platforms, including Wyzant, where he has tutored students for the MCAT, college-level and graduate school-level Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology, General Chemistry, and Physics. Sam also tutors AP Chemistry, AP Biology, AP Physics, and Living Environment privately and in small groups. He received A’s in all semesters of Chemistry, Biology, and Physics that he took at the undergraduate and graduate levels at St. John’s. Sam received A’s in all semesters of General Chemistry and College Physics, which prepared him to tutor AP Chemistry and AP Physics well. He was also named as one of the best tutors of 2020 by one of the platforms he tutors on. At only 20 years of age, Sam became an Adjunct Professor in Biological Sciences at St. John’s University, where he has taught cohorts of 200 students Biochemistry, Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Introductory Biology. He is excited to tutor students at Kweller Prep and break down tough math and science concepts. Sam also speaks Russian and plays the guitar, trumpet, and piano. For fun, Sam enjoys hanging out in Forest Hills with his friends, many of whom work at Kweller Prep.


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