• Welcome to Todd's Test Prep We have been helping students at Stony Brook achieve top grades in organic chemistry for over 10 years. Maximize your learning potential with our tutorial program. Check out our schedule for the next review session.
  • Gain The competitive Edge! Our program is designed to help you fully understand both the theory and application of organic chemistry. Draw upon our years of experience teaching students just like yourself.

About Our Program

Todd's approach to tutoring has been customized to address the needs of any student taking undergraduate organic chemistry. Whether you are looking for a really good review or are completely lost with the subject, you will find that the tutorial program will help you. We have spent over 10 years perfecting the tutoring model that we use today. The model is based upon three major principles:

  1. We assume that students have no prior experience with the subject matter being taught
  2. We break down each and every topic by theory and application
  3. During the review sessions, we will identify the most common issues students usually have with a topic rather than wait for students to ask questions

Testimonials

Dear Todd,

I'm one of the people who took your tutoring classes. I just want to say that you are a hero. If it weren't for your tutoring, I most certainly would not have passed 326 and therefore not have graduated this semester. I owe it all to you and I will make sure to tell everybody I possibly can about your tutoring program. It is worth every penny and you most certainly deserve it. Thank you so much for it all, and take care.

Samantha C.

Quick Tip

Organic chemistry is a course that requires a lot of practice. Unlike other courses, you really cannot cram. The more time you give yourself the better the chances of your success. Try to dedicate 1-2 hours each day to the subject. Don't take on too much at once. The subject is highly cummulative. What you learn today will be used during the final exam of CHE 322/6. So take your time and be consistent in your study approach.