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"The student has a test on Friday, so after we completed his homework and corrected some take home work, we reviewed his latest unit work on surface area and volume. We also took some time to review basic area and perimeter equations."
"The student was given a booklet to review for the Common Core Algebra exam. The booklet has all the modules that they went over during the year. The student skimmed through the packet and pick problems. She was able to recognize examples that she was comfortable doing on her own and others that she was struggling with. We went over those examples that she struggled with. Most of them were word problems where you had to define the variables, set up the equation and solve. I summarized the necessary steps after she completed the problem. Overall, I would say the student has improved over the last few weeks. She say's that she is replicating this work on her own, and I agree from the work that I see her do in these sessions. I feel that she is better prepared for this exam next week. She will continue to practice in this booklet through next week."
"The student and I worked 1 and 3/4 hours today in preparation for his final and worked 1 hour last week which is included in today's session. We covered some word problems and review material from his algebra class."
"We completed the student's final exam review sheet. Basically going through all that we had already covered to date. It was our last session and so I am confident now that the student is ready to take his final and score well. We spent extra time on factoring, simplification and least common denominators. The student only needs to continue working on his abstract thinking abilities and memory in order to continue improving his mathematical abilities."
"The student and I worked on a variety of problems in preparation for her final exam on Friday. She was struggling most with conversions, matrices, and rational and radical expressions, so I made up several problems for her in each of these sections. we went over finding the inverse and determinant for matrices, which helped her significantly. Once she memorized those rules she was set. We also went through several simplification problems with radicals in rational form, and talked through how to simplify from a fraction. She had the most trouble with conversion word problems, but we went slowly though a few problems and she was feeling better by the end. She is going to keep working on these and feels just about ready for the test."
"The student had a couple proportions problems left on his homework which we worked through together. He has great intuition when solving problems, but sometimes struggles with solving them on paper mathematically. We reviewed how to multiply and divide fractions which was something that was holding him back in problem solving. We also started to review his study guide for history. We finished the China section and started on the reformation."
"Final review day before final exam. The student redid the review packet, and got almost all right. We went over all the topics 1 last time, especially word problems, radicals, and fractions. She should do really well on the final exam. She is very prepared."
"The student and I reviewed p values versus test values. We also discussed null and alternative hypothesis testing. We discussed calculating a confidence interval as well as the central limit theorem. We identified a few gaps in her knowledge (concepts in her notes but she could not remember learning them).
She and I will review SPSS output in preparation for her exam this Sunday.
Her final will be next Wednesday and will be 30 multiple choice questions."
She and I will review SPSS output in preparation for her exam this Sunday.
Her final will be next Wednesday and will be 30 multiple choice questions."
"We spent a majority of the session going over questions she missed when retaking all three of her exams. She did very well for the most part, and a lot of the questions she missed were phrased in a tricky way or were concepts that were not clearly defined in class. These mistakes were addressed, and left her feeling confident. We then spent some time discussing testtaking strategies to make sure she's in top shape for the final exam tomorrow. We then went over classical and operant conditioning for her psychology exam. I feel very positively about her likely performance on the exam!"
"Today, the student and I reviewed for his final. We reviewed the Poisson distribution, the binomial distribution, ANOVA tables, exponential functions, and frequency distribution tables. We spent some time covering the basics of how to plug into formulas and how to round numbers so that problems can be solved without a calculator. He said that he would continue studying for the rest of the night for his final tomorrow."
"The student and I prepared for her final exam in Statistics by completing review quiz questions from three different chapters. As we solved problems, we covered sampling methods, basic probability, usual and unusual events, and frequency distributions. I left her my notes. She will be taking her final exam next week. I strongly recommend that she reviews z scores beforehand."
"The student has been doing fine in her statistics class since we last met, but wanted to go over the applied SPSS questions with me before turning in her end of semester work. She has no problems with the concepts associated to the class material at this point, just a little trouble equating what we do in SPSS to what we have done on paper. We were able to easily work through her problems, and she had no problem interpreting results once I helped her find the right numbers. We discussed some other concepts in the class, and she felt comfortable with the material by the time that I left."
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