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"Met with the student and went over several test sections. He is SO CLOSE to that 1090 reading/math that he needs. He has a bunch of work to do this weekend, but I'm confident that he is going to get it done he really wants that score."
"We reviewed chapter one topics which included guess and check word problems, as well as finding patterns. The student understood the topics and how to tackle the word problems. She sometimes tends to get ahead of herself when going through problems, so she just needs to make sure she reads through them carefully and slowly."
"The student and I worked on her assignment which was a cumulative review over the first three chapters of the book. I think she will do well once her foundation is firm."
"I started the session by asking the student how he studies. He seems to have a step up on the matter. I added a few specifics details to his strategy  1. ASK yourself questions. 2. Search for the answers until you are satisfied that you know the whole "story." 3. Review the information you have just studied BEFORE moving onto the next piece. I also discussed how to kill one part of "test anxiety": Ask yourself what you DO know about the question. After this, we worked quickly through a review sheet for the final by identifying what information was needed to do the problem. He will complete the problems on his own. "
"Chemistry: We covered concepts from chapters 89 of the textbook. We studied review material given in class and resolved questions from his last test. We shall work steadily to improve his performance."
"Today, the student and I worked on some last minute strategies for her to use on the SAT test. We also worked on a history paper that is due this Friday, and used the skills and strategies that we have been working on for the last few weeks. We have one session left which we will discuss the week of, day before, and day of the SAT's and what she should be doing. "
"In today's session, the student and I worked on different math concepts that she was having difficulty with. These concepts included: equivalent fractions, determining the order of fractions/decimals, multiplying/dividing with fractions and decimals, converting from decimals > percentages > fractions and vice versa, adding and subtracting fractions/decimals, converting improper fractions to mixed numbers, coordinate graphs, and solid figures. Progress was pretty good."
"We spent almost the entirety of the time talking about motivation, life goals and strategies, and getting a perspective on the importance of college and the college entrance exam for a successful life. We also discussed psychological issues surrounding perceived intelligence and test performance. By the end, the student was willing to commit to giving a concerted effort three hours a session, two sessions a week, every week leading up to her test on April 13th in order to boost her score from 21 to at least 24."
"Todays session we worked on the student's social studies report. We used her body paragraphs to write a strong and engaging introduction. We discussed the main idea of her body paragraphs, and I used probing questioning with her to get her to begin to relate the topic to her readers' interests or experiences. Additionally, we used rereading to edit, paying attention to eliminating repetition while maintaining consistency.
The second part of the session was used to develop her conceptual understanding and fluency with long division. We began by looking at 2 digit by 2 digit arrays for multiplication, we discussed place value and renaming numbers (six hundreds, sixty tens, or six hundred ones). We also used renaming as a strategy for multiplying large numbers. Finally, we discussed division as repetitive subtraction, and used place value awareness to complete long division problems, so as not to get confused by "bringing down" extra numbers."
The second part of the session was used to develop her conceptual understanding and fluency with long division. We began by looking at 2 digit by 2 digit arrays for multiplication, we discussed place value and renaming numbers (six hundreds, sixty tens, or six hundred ones). We also used renaming as a strategy for multiplying large numbers. Finally, we discussed division as repetitive subtraction, and used place value awareness to complete long division problems, so as not to get confused by "bringing down" extra numbers."
"The student and I reviewed the new song we learned the previous week. We then spent time working on her letter writing even though she knows her letters fairly well. I asked her to show me letters by arranging her fingers for practice. After that we read books that the student picked out from her collection and she had to help me read over very simple words."
"In this session, the student and I went over his homework on chemical kinetics. This involved problems covering halflife reactions. In addition, we covered the difference between first, second and zero order reactions. In addition, I taught him how to apply the Arrhenius equation to answer problems in which rate increases are nonlinear."
" The student and I had our first session today, and overall we had a great session. We began by evaluating her skill level and her goals. Then we went through the introductory chapters of the test prep book and began the math section, which is her main focus through our tutoring sessions. After a few sample problems, I began to get a sense of what her ability level is and how I should be explaining problems to her. She really responded to the more visual illustrations I gave her and profited more from having problems explained to her through intuitive and then mathematical ways. Now that we are through the introductory math chapter, and next week we will really begin bearing down on specific concepts."
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