Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student has a sheet of notes over a couple different types of viruses. We went over those notes and worked ahead on a couple concepts including the lyric and lysogenic life cycles and how viral nucleic acids replicate and make proteins."
"Today we reviewed for the student's test - we covered reaction rates (which she seemed fine with), Chemical Equilibrium, Le Chatelier's principle. She seemed a little more comfortable with this than with other units. We reviewed some techniques for using a table (initial, change, equilibrium) to determine concentrations at chemical equilibrium and we talked about the difference between Q and K and what this tells you about the direction a reaction will proceed in order to reach equilibrium. Overall, the student felt like she was prepared."
"The chemistry concepts that were covered included inter- and intramolecular forces, vapor pressure, volatility, freezing/melting, condensation/boiling, and heating curves. The student is a pleasant and highly motivated student. She understands the concepts quickly and is able to apply them. She seems open to different ways of approaching and understanding the concepts. No concerns at this time."