Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Student was working on problems involving simple harmonic motion and oscillations, and he picked up the concepts very quickly. Sometimes almost too quickly, as his rush to get to the solution sort of ran over the principle involved. But he always recovered quickly and ended up picking up just about all the important points."
"We covered reaction rates problems; particularly covering concentration and rate, chemical equilibrium calculations and applications, and what happens in equilibrium reactions due to Le Chatelier's principle. Student is readily capable of manipulating the equations needed to go through these principles."
"In this session, the concepts that was covered the most was rotational kinematics. The student has a better understanding of the topic once the session was completed. I gave the student problems from a text book to solve."
"We covered photosynthesis, cellular respiration, and reviewed Big Idea 2 from AP Biology curriculum. The student had a great attitude and is a very hard worker. We went through some practice problems, grid-in, and multiple choice questions. I left the student with some work to go over before next time."
"We went through stoichiometry definition and calculations. We mostly focused on molar ratio, coefficients in chemical equations, empirical formula, and Avogadro's number. For next session, we are doing molar concentration and dilution problems."
"We reviewed a lot of material on acids and bases. The student was receptive as usual and determined. We did a lot of practice problems, and I am very satisfied with her progress. It has been a pleasure to tutor her."