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"The student has a placement exam vocabulary quiz tomorrow, so we spent the first 25 minutes going over her flash cards. The remainder of the session was devoted to Upper Level mathematics, primarily finding the vertex and direct variation. I will send her a practice test and continue our work this coming Sunday afternoon."
"Because today was our last session together, we reviewed main concepts and strategies for the exam tomorrow. We used the assessment book and went through every major math concept. The student was able to answer all of the practice questions correctly. I briefly helped the student on vocabulary, which she has strengthened considerably over the last week. We discussed each problem type and how she should approach it. At the end of the session, I read all of the instructions that are on the exam to her. I then also discussed with her what can be brought into the exam and what writing tools she will need (4 pencils and 2 pens). I am confident that she will do a great job on her exam tomorrow."
"Today was my last session with the student before his test tomorrow. We finished going over the reading and math sections. We also went over some math concepts to familiarize him even more before the test. Lastly, I went over general testing strategies."
"This was our first lesson. We went over some practice problems in the Math and Quantitative reasoning sections of the assessment. After going over a sample of all of the types of questions that will come up on the test, we found a couple key areas to work on in the next sessions on Math and QR, namely 1) exponents 2) FOIL 3) scientific notation 4) conversions 5) sequences. Since she's in Algebra I and has not had geometry, we will also focus on those types of questions as well, but she answered all of the geometry diagnostic questions correctly! During the last small part of the lesson, we went over a Reading Comprehension passage. I look forward to meeting with her on Sunday."
"We reviewed reading passages and verbal skills section. For homework, he will be reviewing vocabulary and working on some reading passage problems."
"Today's reading comprehension went well. The student did very well with the reading passages. She was not only answering them correctly, but was also reading them faster. We moved on to vocabulary, which went great as always. She thought of some really great example sentences that are relevant to her and easy to understand. I told her that I'm going to start assigning more homework with vocab since the test is coming up soon. So, she's going to study previous vocab lists for a half hour everyday, as well as go through our flashcard process on her own with a list that I will provide her."
"Today we began our session reviewing the essay that the student wrote for homework. His essays are definitely improving, especially the organization of thought. We then reviewed the vocabulary words (A through C) in the "6 Full Practice Tests" textbook. He will be writing sentences for each of the vocabulary words that he did not know the definition of. We finished the session by reviewing Reading Comprehension passages and answering."
"Today I worked with the student on some math prep for the ISEE upper level exam. I was really trying to work through a variety of question types to determine where she needs improvement. We covered a lot of material and she handled it well, even when it was things she was unfamiliar with. She was very engaged and we were able to get through quite a bit of material.
She seems to have a good understanding of the math she's seen in school, and was willing to work through more advanced material with me. I plan to find her some equation sheets that she can look over so she will not be surprised by certain things on the test."
She seems to have a good understanding of the math she's seen in school, and was willing to work through more advanced material with me. I plan to find her some equation sheets that she can look over so she will not be surprised by certain things on the test."
"The student and I did a final review before her test this weekend. We detailed some test taking tips for each section. Then, we spent time learning vocab words and putting them into story form. We then went through some math questions and reading passages. This week, she should continue taking practice tests, reviewing formulas, and learning vocab."
"The student and I had another good session this week. He answered noticeably more questions correctly this week. We did spend our longest block on breaking down sine, cosine and tangent to the basic levels. Next session we'll work with some of the more difficult and abstract algebraic concepts, such as imaginary numbers."
"For this session, the two students practiced on the mathematics portion of the exam. As mentioned during the previous session, it is known that the main focus is finishing the exam. They both did a better job of pacing themselves on this portion. We will practice more and I think they will be ready for the exam."
"During this session, we reviewed what the assessment is and how the upper level version will test the student's math and reading abilities. We went through the logistics of each section including timing and types of questions that are asked. We then went over problems in the assessment official guide so that the student could get an idea of the format. We briefly went over properties of exponents, using variables including negative exponents as well as the distributive property and FOIL. I assigned the student a diagnostic test from a workbook as well as learning tools tests."
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