"Because we only met for an hour, we did not continue on to a new subject but focused on reading and math, the two subjects the student has been working on. She said that she struggled to complete her reading passages in less than 10 minutes, which is her current goal, and went a little over. She missed two questions on one passage and four on another. She will do more reading passages for next week, using the same goal time of 10 minutes or less so she can get more comfortable with the amount of time before we have her do the passages more quickly. With those two practice passages, she completed another reading section. She missed 14 questions overall, for a section score of 26. After she gets her timing where she wants it to be, I want to give her some reading to do in a stricter and more pressured situation to ensure she can repeat those results. We also looked at her math work. She missed 12 questions in the first 30. If she misses 12 in the second 30 questions, then she is on track. However, because the first 30 questions in the math section tend to be easier, I'd like her goal to be to miss as few as possible in the first 30 questions. We talked about tackling one little bit of the word problems at a time rather than reading it and giving up for solving for the first part and moving on. She is going to do the second half of the math section for next time, but in the future, I'd like to have her work on some of those easier problems she definitely knows how to solve and get better at recognizing what she can solve and take a little more time on and what questions are going to be difficult and maybe impossible for her and skipping those. At the moment, I think she is on track, but I might recommend we meet twice a week when it gets closer to the test date."