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"The student has a test this upcoming Monday her mother requested a 2nd session to ensure she understands all the concepts and receives a good grade. In our continuation of working on her chapter review problems, we covered problems with log functions, expanding log functions and when to utilize the Usubstitution method for log function integration. We also focused on trig integration problems to build her confidence in memorizing the derivatives and antiderivatives of sine/cosine/tangent/cotangent/cosecant/secant functions."
"The student and I started reviewing vectors and worked on Chapter 6.2 homework. We reviewed vector notation, i/j notation, vector addition and vector properties, scalar multiplication, magnitude of a vector, dot product, projections of u onto v, the angle between two vectors, and how to find work using the dot product and vectors."
"The student and I worked on the complex problems she's going through in Algebra 2. I worked a few problems out for her, then we worked a couple together before she successfully completed them independently. We also spent some of the session working through replacement reactions and balancing for chemistry."
"We covered applications of derivatives.
The first thing the student sent me was a recent test/quiz. Not sure if it was graded or not. There were questions where he showed his work. This is where we focused.
 He was mainly struggling with understand"
The first thing the student sent me was a recent test/quiz. Not sure if it was graded or not. There were questions where he showed his work. This is where we focused.
 He was mainly struggling with understand"
"For today's session, the student compiled a list of rules and formulas that could appear on her algebra exam. She expressed feeling good about the formulas because it helped refresh her memories by creating the list. We spent half of the tutoring session quizzing her on these rules. I quizzed her for knowledge as well as use. We did several practice problems, particularly focusing on formulas that had given her trouble on her past exams. We then worked on Spanish. Because of her firm grasp of the grammar rules, we worked on mechanics and proofreading. I brought her a passage that I wrote filled with errors that I saw in her past Spanish tests. She recognized a majority of the errors and only missed a few. I stressed understanding what your weaknesses are and focusing on correcting those during proofreading. I then gave her another paper to read (a draft of one of my college Spanish papers) to edit for correctness."
"During our first session, we went over the topics that were covered in her calculus class so far. Topics included equations of lines and planes, cylinders and quadratic surfaces, arc length and curvature, motion in space: velocity and acceleration, and vector functions and space curves. We did some practice problems in preparation for the student's quiz on Wednesday. Most of it was review, and she got the problems right."
"Reviewed all homework and practice problems related to topics on tomorrow's quiz: linear, quadratic, and exponential equations; continuously compounded vs. annually compounded functions; plotting functions."
"The student has a test tomorrow and, as such, our session was mostly review. There wasn't homework or worksheets to go over so we pulled problems at random from the textbook's chapter review. This covered everything from indefinite integrals (substitution and parts) to exponential growth/decay. As long as she doesn't make minor mistakes she'll be fine. The two concepts we covered in more detail were the fundamental theorem and slope fields."
"In our session, the student and I went over chemistry concepts revolving around the gas laws and the algebra 2 material over natural logs. As this was our first meeting, I did not yet have any explicit scores noting her progress. The student seemed to struggle in connecting the concepts of logs with natural logs and with deciphering the actual question and necessary information within word problems."
"The student has his first exam on Wednesday, so he asked to have a last minute review session over domain of a function. He feels very confident about his abilities in everything else. We spent the lesson going over why domains can differ from the standard negative infinity to positive infinity. I also had him work domain problems backwards."
"The student has a test coming up, so she had a review packet which we completed. That took almost all of the time, but for the last fifteen minutes or so I asked her to make a review sheet. Basically we made a list of all the topics that could appear on the test and made a stepbystep guide to solving each type of problem. She also wrote down any relevant notes such as log/exponent rules. My hope is that by looking over the review sheet she will be able to see a problem and quickly know how to approach it."
"This was my first time back with the student in awhile so we spent time reviewing things he had learned. We talked about some general themes that always appear on the exams. We then got into what he is learning now, which was confidence intervals and margin of error. We did a handout from his teacher and the proceeded on to complete book problems. We talked about the differences in calculating 90, 95, and 99 percent confidence intervals and how to limit the margin of error within a certain range."
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