Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"I helped the student with several challenging accounting problems involving leaseholds, betterments, repairs, capitalization of plant assets, depreciation, and notes receivable."
"Today, we reviewed Chapter 1 by doing examples and then we learned most of Chapter 2, which is the process of recording an accounting entry. Steps include: 1. analyzing the transaction, 2. recording the transaction in the journal, and 3. transferring the entry from the journal to the ledger. We learned about T accounts and what it means to credit or debit an account if it's under assets, liabilities, or owner's equity (this is very important and we spent some time on this to make sure she understood everything). For the next session, we will review Chapter 2 and move on to Chapter 3."
"Today, the student and I worked on journal entries, fundamental accounting concepts A=L+OE, and T-accounts. She is developing fundamental logic in accounting. The next session will be coordinated with more detail on her current academic work."
"We discussed in more detail the assigned homework for chapter 23 about budgeting. The student is on track with his progress. I provided additional instructions to help him understand the materials better. He is always focused and engaging. He is on track with his goal."
"We worked on the basic process of creating journal entries and then applied the steps to some problems on the student's exam review. I then talked through the exam review to see what he was comfortable with and what he would need to spend more time on."
"The student and I spent today's session going over Chapters 8, 9, and 10. We spent most of our time reviewing the materials from Chapters 8 and 9, as it has been a while since I taught the chapter on direct material, direct labor, and variable overhead variances. She seems to have a very good grasp on both Chapters 8 and 9."