Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Introduced basic strategy for DS questions, PIN for equivalence questions. We also went over regions of number line, and remediation on linear equations/inequalities."
"My third GMAT tutoring session with the student went well. We started by going over the assigned questions he had trouble with in the Problem Solving section. We worked on how to use factoring to combine numbers under a radical sign that are multiplied then added together. We also reviewed questions involving large exponents, absolute value, and ratios. We then moved to the assigned questions in the Data Sufficiency section. He feels more confident about answering Data Sufficiency questions than he did before. I encouraged him to examine the data in a question thoroughly before selecting an answer but only solve the problem if he needed to. For example, if an equation has only one variable on one side and real numbers on the other side of the equal sign, you can probably answer the question with the information given without solving the problem. Conversely, if the question involves multiple variables, use the data in each statement separately then together to determine whether you can answer the question. For our next tutoring session, he will complete practice questions in the Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency sections."
"The student and I covered complex math concepts involving ratios, percents, probability, linear equations, and Quadratic equations. The student had no difficulty in comprehending the solutions and explanations. He indicated that he needed to work on his speed and accuracy. I reminded him to take a practice exam after reviewing most of the problems that I covered this week. Overall, he has a positive attitude and is willing to work hard to reach his GMAT goal."