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"Worked primarily on math concepts. Did some reading comprehension and verbal. Left her to take an SSAT practice test from her book. Want her to work on vocabulary. Showed her how to go on the diagnostic and practice test site."
"Prior to this session, the student's mother and I spoke about the student's academic history, SSAT percentile averages, entrance requirements, and the results of her most recent diagnostic tests. The student appeared to have some gaps in her mathematical knowledge and I created a series of problems that could help me detect potential target areas for future sessions. After going through the series of questions, she and I focused on lowerlevel division, finding the slope of lines, and algebraic equations (also tied into current algebra I class work). For homework, I created personalized flashcards and practice tests to help with Upper Level SSAT work. Our next session will take place Tuesday afternoon."
"The student and I had a good session. She did some very good work in vocabulary  she says she's guessing, but I suspect that she actually knows more than she lets on. She had some trouble in math when we started, but did better over time. And, she did very well on a reading comprehension section."
"0  5  Test check in
5  15  Prefix Quiz
15  20  Went Over Prefix Quiz
20  25  Analyze Results (Scores, where we are getting things wrong, transition into minilesson)  16 problems
25  55  Minilesson (Reading questions + test tricks)
55  60  Break
60  100  Reading Diagnostic
100  115  Prefix 10, Suffix 10 (bring notecards)
115  120  Transition into verbal section
HW: Practice test untimed, Prefix/Suffix Quiz"
5  15  Prefix Quiz
15  20  Went Over Prefix Quiz
20  25  Analyze Results (Scores, where we are getting things wrong, transition into minilesson)  16 problems
25  55  Minilesson (Reading questions + test tricks)
55  60  Break
60  100  Reading Diagnostic
100  115  Prefix 10, Suffix 10 (bring notecards)
115  120  Transition into verbal section
HW: Practice test untimed, Prefix/Suffix Quiz"
"In this session, the student and I spent the first hour doing math. We reviewed the twostep equations we worked on last week, and we reviewed some problems adding and subtracting negative numbers. She has made a lot of progress with this, but she still has some work to do. We will continue to practice adding and subtracting negative numbers. Usually, we draw out a number line to complete these problems. This seems to help her visualize what the problem is about. The student and I also covered charts and graphs problems, and we talked about strategies for dealing with these problems. We also talked about problems related to averages and did a number of practice problems. She did a great job with this material. In addition, we practiced vocabulary and picked new vocabulary words. We also practiced some more analogies and talked more about sentence frames as a strategy for some analogies."
"The student and I practiced some reading and math today. I think he is well on track for the math but I want to make sure there are no unfamiliar concepts to cover. He should practice reading a bit more to be able to easily handle some of the harder passages. He should also practice vocab to make sure that he understands most of the "commonly tested words.""
"We covered all the questions the student answered incorrectly and went through his thinking process as he approached both questions and answer choices. His reading section continues to be the strongest but he has significantly improved his mathematics. We are focusing on increasing his vocabulary this week. He was assigned 21 pages of vocabulary this week along with sections 24 of the exam."
"The student and I ran a practice test for sections 4 and 5 of the exam and reviewed his answer selections. He did a fantastic job, especially on the verbal section which was previously his greatest area for improvement. After we added up his points earned from the four sections to determine what his scaled scores would be in an actual testing situation. Then, we reviewed the questions he got wrong and looked at strategies such as: answer choices that are similar, and how to determine if answer choices negate each other. We also practiced some math strategies that include substituting numbers for variables and inserting choice "c" for an answer when you cannot create and algebraic equation to solve a problem. He is going to continue to study his vocabulary and roots for the next week."
"We spent the final session on the verbal section and vocabulary building. We debriefed the lists the students have been building, and did a group activity analyzing words lumped together by their shared root. We also revisited strategies for the analogy portion of the test."
"Today I met the student, and we went over a practice test that she had completed beforehand. We started with math. Most of the problems the student skipped/missed were either very complicated and involved math she hadn't seen before, or it looked complicated and she assumed it would take a long time to solve. I explained how to use shortcuts and how to use examples to solve problems. We spent a little time on reading comprehension and will finish next session."
"The student and I reviewed math sections for the exams pretty heavily. We covered geometry, equations, ratios/fractions/percents, mental math, guess and check, and drawing out hypothetical problems to help understand problems. The student is able to do just about every problem but has the most trouble when it looks easy but is too many steps to remember for the mental math route to be effective. We worked on showing work."
"The student and I started by debriefing her ISEE test from a couple weeks ago. She stated she felt that the math was relatively easy. She expressed that she felt the vocab was more difficult than she had seen in her practice books. We will continue to work with roots, which she said helped for some of the words, and I will bring some lists of more difficult words that might be on her test. We spent the better part of our session working through a full verbal section, pausing on difficult words to discuss etymology, usage, cognates, mnemonics, etc. For the analogies we worked on hiding the answer choices and trying to establish a relationship between the words before seeing the answer options."
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