Dr. Jeffery Davis
UMD University of Maryland, College Park Spring 2024
Contact me for CHEM 241 tutoring, and you'll learn insider tips on how Dr. Davis creates exam questions, sets curved grade cutoffs, and assigns the point value of homeworks at UMD for the Fall 2022 semester.
Dr. Davis's Exam Style
CHEM 241 Points Breakdown
Where Do These Stats Come From?
My grading estimates are based on actual exam/final averages and curves cutoffs from the most recent semester he taught CHEM 241. This info is coming soon in June 2021, or tutor with me today for faster access!
8.28% Drop Rate.
Study Tips for CHEM 241 Exams
Be bold and ask direct questions when you're stuck - there's value in wrong answers so you can recognize and avoid them.
Plan ahead at least 2 weeks. Study by chapter so you absorb in digestible chunks.
Go to Office Hours
Dr. Davis’s office hours are very helpful. He is a genuinely nice person and students actually benefit from going to his office hours.
Why Tutor with Me for Dr. Davis's CHEM 241?
Tech Savvy Tutor - I know the ins and outs of online meeting software, like Zoom, Webex, and Join.me. I'll easily fix your tech issues as well to ensure our session runs smoothly.
Timing - If you can’t make it to Dr. Davis’s 8AM class, you’ll be perpetually behind in CHEM 241, no matter how nice or how good Dr. Davis is at teaching. He will know if you don't attend class because he recognizes the faces that come to lecture regularly in the hallway, and new faces that only show up during exams. However, as a tutor I will help you get ahead with Orgo 2 material so you're motivated to wake up early and attend class!
Focus on What's "Actually" Tested - I emphasize topics that I know have been historically tested on in your class during our sessions. I'll reinforce really important subjects that you'll need to know to pass your exams and get your desired grade.
Homework Guidance - A tutor needs a 1 hour session to walk a student through one of Dr. Davis’s homeworks and help them arrive at the correct answer on their own. Students need 4 hours on their own without a tutors’ guidance to achieve the same correct answer.