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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
With the packet of old tests provided, the student and I began working through the chapters beginning with chapter one. I think this will be a very important review; as the parent suggested, he'll need these concepts to build off of when he enters 8th grade. Some of the algebraic concepts will need some work, specifically translating a word problem into algebraic expression. He also doesn't seem to understand the concept of adding/subtracting like terms. We'll work more on this during the next session, and continue working forward through the chapters to see which concepts he's missing.
This session took place on April 30. We went over Thermodynamics for the student's test. She requested to do this because she felt this was her weaker subject. We went over her notes for Enthalpy, Entropy, and Gibbs Free Energy. We did the practice problems from her notes and I asked her to explain each problem to me to ensure that she had understanding.
This was my last session with the student. At this point we had overviewed 6th and 8th grade curriculum and spent some time in-depth going over the 7th grade curriculum. The last few weeks we hit some of the major points in American history- The Revolution, Native American struggles, Civil War and Reconstruction, WWI and WWII, and a small amount of time on Civil Rights and more modern American history. I feel like she should be good for the rest of the year- she said that so far she has understood what her teachers have been talking about and that she didn't feel behind.
The student has really increased so much since we first began meeting two months ago. Today, we worked on his essay. Specifically, we worked on generating examples quickly but accurately.
We spent the session going over the algebra and geometry concepts she needs to know for the test. I introduced each concept, and we did a few multiple-choice questions.
We spent the time preparing for his geometry exam. We went through sine and cosine theory in trig. I had him complete 2 sheets of problems, we then went through trig and area. I expanded by having him also do some problems that included regular polygons. He then corrected any problems that he got wrong by using his study guide.
We went over the student's recent prelabs involving single and double replacement reactions. We also went over the student's homework involving enthalpy and went over Lewis dot structures. We also briefly previewed molecular geometry. The student seemed to understand the material very well.
Today the student and I worked on his works cited page, which is an extension of the bibliography cards he had to do for his history project. During this session we used a slightly different method, where he typed up what he had and we corrected it together. I like this a lot, because it allows him to interact with me more directly.
Today the student and I continued to work on correcting his homework, which involved angles. We worked on using the protractor correctly and how to measure angles accurately. Angles were also on the students homework, so we had plenty of practice. We also worked on data plot charts and frequency charts. When measuring angles and making charts I need the student to take his time to make sure he is being accurate. We also did some practice problems and I was impressed with how he completed some multi step problems rather quickly and knew how to approach them. He seemed confident when trying to complete them.
The student and I reviewed arithmetic sequences and all their different applications. The student found sums of finite arithmetic sequences and the first term of the sequence given the finite sum. Then we reviewed geometric sequences and talked about common ratios, finite sums, and infinite sums of geometric sequences. Finally we reviewed binomial coefficients and the binomial theorem.
The student and I worked on his review for his last quarter test. We went through and completed all of the problems. He was going to go back and watch some of the video lessons as well to help prepare. He was doing great with the limits and sequences.
The student has a final exam next week in algebra. Tonight we worked on simplifying radicals, graphing quadratic equations, and factoring binomial equations. She has a firm grasp on these concepts. We worked on her practice test and homework assignment. Practice problems, especially those that review concepts from a few weeks ago will be helpful in preparing for the exam.
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Intensive 4 and 6 Week LSAT Prep Programs in Chicago, IL
Varsity Tutors provides intensive 4 and 6 week LSAT prep programs for law school candidates in Chicago, IL aiming to score in a top percentile on the LSAT. Our programs meet 3 times per week for 2 hours per day for either 4 or 6 weeks. If you are unable to attend all 6 weeks, you may take the abridged 4 week LSAT course. We can help you achieve an exceptional LSAT score and significantly improve your chances of admission to your top-choice law school. Our LSAT tutors in Chicago, IL thoroughly assess your particular needs, develop an individually tailored study plan, and provide the attention and expertise that maximizes your possible score.
Your hand-picked, highly credentialed LSAT tutor in Chicago, IL is dedicated to keeping you on pace for continual advancements towards your LSAT goal. They will provide assignments between sessions and expect you to prepare for sessions so that the 4 to 6 week LSAT program results in meaningful, documentable improvements that lead to top scores. If you are seeking a more flexible program that meets less frequently, you can consider a customized program that may be a better fit with your schedule (see below).
Customized LSAT Prep Programs in Chicago, IL
Varsity Tutors provides fully customized LSAT prep programs tailored to your needs and varying schedules in Chicago, IL. Our talented private LSAT tutors provide 1-on-1 tutoring in your home or any other place of your choosing. We realize that many LSAT test-takers are part-time students, full-time students, or currently working full-time, and our tutors can provide the flexible scheduling you need. Our Chicago Directors provide free consultations in which you’ll learn how our hand-picked, highly credentialed tutors can help you achieve your test goals around your busy schedule; we will also analyze past scores and target schools to help you make an informed decision about how best to prepare for the law school admissions process. Call us today and our Directors will discuss your LSAT goals, timeline, and law school admissions tips to match you to the best LSAT tutor in Chicago, IL.
How does a Varsity Tutors tutor in Chicago, IL help you prepare for the LSAT?
If you’ve already decided to take the LSAT, you know that preparing for the law school admissions test is a large investment of time, energy, and money. It also can be a great deal of pressure, as the stakes are high, you have limited time, and you may be anxious about what to expect. Simply taking practice LSAT exams may not be enough, as the test covers a wide range of skills, and you may need refreshers in certain skillsets to build.
Fortunately, with the help of a talented Chicago LSAT tutor from Varsity Tutors, you can take the energy you’re putting into worrying and direct it into proven strategies for success. Whether you’re looking for help with specific problems, for an assessment of your strengths and weaknesses, for LSAT study strategies, or insights into the material, one of our experienced LSAT tutors is available to help. After talking to you about your experience and concerns, your LSAT tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with the content, identify areas for improvement, and create a customized study program designed to help you achieve your score goal. Our LSAT tutors in Chicago, IL are able to boost your capabilities on the three question types: Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning, as well as sharpening your Writing Sample.
As someone who knows how to excel on the LSAT, your tutor will ensure that your preparation program engages the key concepts and skills needed for success on the test. Your tutor will direct your intensive or customized LSAT test prep program, monitor your progress with practice exams, offer helpful feedback and test-taking tips, and provide fast, reliable answers to your questions. Call us today to find out more about our LSAT tutors in Chicago, IL.
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