Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I went over more trig identities, particularly the arc functions. Naturally, he did very well."
"The student has an assessment tomorrow. Her teacher told them it will include graphing exponential functions, which the class learned long ago, so we reviewed how to do so. Most of our time was then spent going over arithmetic and geometric sequences, with accompanying sample problems; she was doing well with these and just needs to remember the formulas and basic approaches to the problems. Finally, we very quickly reviewed the normal distribution, which she was confident on and which may or may not appear on this assessment."
"He has a test on polar functions coming up, so we spent the entire time working with that. Limacons, lemascates, cardioids, and roses."
"We worked through a worksheet and homework problems from the textbook, going through the odds and ends of logarithmic and exponential equations. With some review, the student was able to apply these concepts easily on her own. As long as she refreshes on these rules and does a good amount of practice problems before her quiz/test, she will do just fine."
"The student had a homework assignment. She has been dealing with trigonometry, but in the sense of graphing and solving. This week we worked using these functions in an algebraic fashion and she just needed some help making this concept make sense."
"The student has a quiz coming up so we prepared for that. Three-dimensional vectors were introduced in class and, as expected, they were intimidating. We worked through problems and stopped to discuss when necessary. She was doing problems on her own by the end. At the end of the session, we worked through a mock quiz that had a variety of different problems on it. I suggested that she make an equation sheet for each chapter that she can review every day."