There's a professor, John Halpin, at New York University who is really tough but really good. The Post-Baccs seeking med school admission track credits hate him because he is a real scientist's scientist.
So, today, while online trying to shed some old furniture, I was pleased to see a free market response to adversity. I came across an ad for a tutor that specializes in helping people pass this one specific professor's course. Excellent!
The ad reads:
I tutor in a variety of subjects and age levels, but there's nothing I've tutored more extensively than Prof. Halpin's Chemistry I and II classes. I know the sorts of problems he likes to put on the tests, and I'm used to his idiosyncratic way of dealing with significant digits. I know the sort of problems that students are most likely to have trouble with, and I'm used to dealing with post-bac pre-med students who haven't dealt with math in years. ... I can meet with you on the NYU campus late in the morning, or in the afternoon. I charge $85 per hour.
A lively discussion of Halpin is at Rate My Professor's.