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"*Practice Test Scores: Q  480 , V  420, Cumulative  900
*This Session: 1) Reviewed/Analyzed questions missed on practice test 2)Strategies for Sentence Completion Questions
*Assignment: Keep up with study plan."
*This Session: 1) Reviewed/Analyzed questions missed on practice test 2)Strategies for Sentence Completion Questions
*Assignment: Keep up with study plan."
"We worked on more analogy practice questions. The student is realizing that there are a handful of analogy techniques that appear over and over again in her questions. Practice makes perfect, so I'm encouraging her to keep drilling these techniques into her brain until next weekend. We covered one reading comprehension passage and reviewed how to be an active reader. She quickly picks up on how to effectively mark up the passage she is reading in order to stay focused. We also worked on several geometry practice questions as well as "plugging in" questions. The student seems to be improving in both of these areas of math that she said were previously troublesome to her."
"This session, the student and I worked on his homework. I am having him write down all of the formulas for the important parts of conic graphs because I think it would help him to have all of the formulas ready and available for reference. We were able to do hyperbolas this session and I think he got the hang of it because we were able to complete his homework and then do a little bit of work on his college essays. I am having him compile a list of his traits that he might want to write about."
"We went over some last minute math topics for the student's final tomorrow. We covered topics in quadratic equations, including how to solve expressions using factoring, completing the square, or the quadratic formula. He will work more on the packets and practice test tonight, calling me if he has any trouble on the problems."
"We spent the entire time preparing the test which will be proctored during the next session. The topics we covered were single sample and two sample independent t and z tests. We also reviewed confidence intervals. Lastly, we practiced setting up null and alternative hypotheses as well as what type I and type II errors mean in the context of the problem."
"Today the student and I wrapped up the geometry section of his exam review by taking a look at coordinate geometry. Together we discussed how to calculate and manipulate slope, the relationships between parallel and perpendicular lines, and two methods for determining the length of a line segment. We also briefly covered the potential subjects of threedimensional figures, which are less common on the exam but nevertheless valuable to be familiar with. During our last few minutes, the student tried several general geometry problems to test out his comfort with the concepts that we had discussed."
"The method I put in place for the student last session has clearly helped a bunch. On the packet that he took home to complete, he missed two total questions, one each of vocab and reading comp. Several of the reading questions were used near the beginning of our sessions, and as a result were familiar. We continued to do practice questions, where he got the first six in a row correct. We also began to spread the microtiming to the other problem types, and he will do a packet of microtimed sections alongside a full packet for our next meeting."
"Today we did a review of math & verbal questions she had problems with on a practice test. we reviewed geometry, probability, and other math subjects. A further review of various math subjects will be helpful."
"We began by going over the results of the student's most recent attempt at the verbal reasoning section. Her vocabulary is in great shape, but she has trouble managing her time in the section and ended up glossing over some of the instructions for a few questions. We went over strategies for staying calm and quickly assessing questions, and she completed another verbal reasoning section. We went over the answers, and she did much better on this one. I assigned two essays for next session."
"The student's scores are starting to come along. She's already nearing her goal in verbal (her latest practice test gave her a 155 & she needs a 156) and we are progressing in math. Today we addressed the test for the first time, defining a plan of attack for the issue section and (briefly) examining the kinds of questions/issues presented in the argument portion of the test. We also spent significant time continuing with our math work, looking at problems that gave her trouble on the practice test and reviewing approaches to probability, rations, and data analysis questions."
"Today we started working on the material covered in section 10.6, which is introducing the quadric surfaces in R3. We went over their formulas and how to differentiate between them, then what they look like geometrically as a 3D object and when a slice is taken parallel to the major axes. We then worked through several problems identifying equations as the correct surface and adjusting equations to the standard form, which included a review of the "completing the square" strategy."
"The student worked on division with remainders. We also worked on writing the answer in the form of a fraction. She is picking this concept up fast. She also worked on subtracting four digits. She is doing well on this concept only making minor mistakes. We also discussed when to use a tally chart and when to use a bar graph. She worked on simple addition and recognizing odd and even answers. She still needs help with these concepts and we will continue to work on her addition skills."
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