Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We covered two way ANOVA, degrees of freedom, and how to figure out factors on an ANOVA. The student needed help with understanding the two-way between subjects ANOVA, as well as the F test, so we covered those in detail."
"The concepts covered with the student were writing claims in symbolic forms, testing hypotheses, finding critical values, p-values, and determining whether to reject or to fail to reject the null hypothesis."
"We worked on various aspects of the t-test. These included calculating pooled variance and the standard error of the difference, the concept of standard distance, calculating Cohen's d and r-squared, and testing the homogeneity of the variance with the F-max test."
"The student and I prepared for his upcoming midterm on Monday. We covered an array of topics from probability and percentiles to normal quantile plots and sampling distributions. We went over some of his homework problems and left others for him to continue practicing on his own. I showed him how to use his TI-83 to generate graphs and use other functions."
"We went over the student's exam and made sure he understood the questions he got wrong. We also went over a homework question he had left for his assignment this week. We talked about the bell curve standard normal distribution and what everything on a bell curve means. He picked up on everything easily."
"The student and I met once more today to cover z-scores in greater detail. We went over the method and meaning behind z-scores, as well as their applications in comparing and interpreting data. I also helped clear up some of his confusion over linear transformations of mean and standard deviation."