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"Brain and I met for our second session from 9:00am10:30am. We went over his algebra II homework first which consisted of about 20 problems simplifying exponential functions. After that we reviewed the general chemistry I went over last week, did some example problems on lectured material, and covered the rest of the chapter his teacher will be lecturing on this week. Overall I would say he understood and completed his algebra II homework with ease and gained a more steady understanding of general chemistry."
"Student 1 was very pleased with his last exam score (B) and Matt is Student 2 waiting on his results confidently. In this session, we began to go over the new material. Student 1 is beginning to go over parametric equations and polar coordinates in his class, while Student 2 is beginning series and convergence."
"Verbal: finished synonym drill. Please continue reviewing flashcards. Math: learned fundamental triangle concepts (e.g., solving for unknown angles, Pythagorean theorem). Reading: practiced referencing passage for specific lines to support answer."
"The student is currently studying for his admissions test that he will take June 2nd. He has taken the test once and we analyzed his score report to make his plan of action. Once we began doing exercises, I realized his vocabulary could be much stronger. We went through the chapter on the critical reading section, both going over the strategies needed to be successful, and also collecting all of the words for which he needs to remember the definition. We now have a list of 60 words and we discussed how he learns vocab the best. I had him do the practice section in chapter 5 of the book and we had great results, he got 9/10 questions correct. We outlined our action plan over the next 6 sessions."
"Today the student and I reviewed for the algebra test that he has tomorrow. He has a very good understanding of linear programming (he got a 100 on his quiz yesterday), so we did not spend too much time reviewing that. Instead, we worked through linear model application problems and solved three variable systems of equations using the matrices function on the calculator."
"Topics: Permutations and combinations, different formulas, methods of solving, and practice problems.
Progress: He was familiar with the topic of permutations and combinations, but I believe I covered a few things that were either new or worth revisiting for her. We went through a good set of examples and she seemed to follow all of them very well. In our next and last session, there will be no need to cover any additional math topics, based on what I have seen today. Instead, it will be good to focus on practicing an Analyze an Argument essay and additional verbal practice. I am happy with the progress he has made. I believe that the strategies we have practiced will be very helpful, and that the essay guidelines and practice will be particularly helpful."
Progress: He was familiar with the topic of permutations and combinations, but I believe I covered a few things that were either new or worth revisiting for her. We went through a good set of examples and she seemed to follow all of them very well. In our next and last session, there will be no need to cover any additional math topics, based on what I have seen today. Instead, it will be good to focus on practicing an Analyze an Argument essay and additional verbal practice. I am happy with the progress he has made. I believe that the strategies we have practiced will be very helpful, and that the essay guidelines and practice will be particularly helpful."
"We continued to work on functions of many variables this time preparing for a quiz. Subjects included how to use the gradient and how to compute directional derivatives. We also talked about the physical and mathematical significance of the dot product. We wrapped up by talking briefly about line integrals over vector fields."
"The session with the student involved a review of the concepts of rate of change, determining the equation of a line from an intercept and one coordinate point, and creating novel linear equation from word problems. The student is getting quite proficient at solving the problems. The next session will involve developing new concepts, specifically the slope relationship between perpendicular lines."
"Earlier today, she went and took a full length practice exam offered by her school. After going over the areas she had problems with, we discussed general strategies and things to keep in mind during the test."
"In approximately 4 weeks, the student will be taking the MCAT. I reviewed units, effective nuclear charge, Coulomb's Law, periodic trends, fission/fusion, different types of nuclear decay, intramolecular forces, and intermolecular forces."
"The student and I continued to review his diagnostic exam. Moving through both Writing sections, we continued to the Critical Reading passages and discussed time management strategies to minimize reading and referring time and maximize time with the answer choices. We discussed boiling down the grammar rules to 78 basic principles, and proceeded to start on note cards."
"Today we moved into a new novel the student is reading. She is required to read "The Life of Pi." She had five short answer questions in which she needed to analyze. There was a focus on dichotomy within the story. She asked some very thought provoking questions that showed great insight and analytical thinking."
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