Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Today was my first session with the student. She expressed that she needs helps with her high school chemistry class. Her primary concern is about her ability to complete the required math problems. Today, we went over solving word problems for the energy equation Q=mCp^T. At first, she seemed very hesitant but became more confident as our work progressed. We also discussed phase changes: solid, liquid, and gas. By the end of our session, she expressed that she felt much more confident and feels more prepared for her quiz tomorrow."
"The student and I covered the correct order of computing problems that have exponents, addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, and parenthesis. We finished all of her homework and did extra problems. She understood the concepts and was doing the problems correctly. She also showed me the recent tests she had gotten back, and thus far, we have raised her grade from a D to a B-! Our goal is an A, and if she continues to do as well as she has been doing, we can achieve that goal."
"Today we worked on an English assignment. She had to find and analyze five literary devices. Also, she had to find ten vocabulary words. I saw no scores or grades to note progress. I left her to finish the chapter and complete her ten vocab words. I have no concerns from this session."
"The student and I are working on double digit multiplication. She is doing good on this subject so we moved on to multiplying a triple digit by a double digit. We also worked on division which she is doing great on because she knows her multiplication."
"The student completed her homework with proficiency of reading thermometers (in 10 degree increments with every 2 marks). We also reviewed key words for addition and subtraction word problems. The student is getting much better with subtraction problems and simple word problems."
"In this session, the student and I finished covering the content on a previous midterm, and also went over a problem set question. We covered topics related to omitted variable bias, stata, instrumental variables, and interpreting causal effects."