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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
The student has a test this week on the chapter involving surface area and volume of solids. We began by looking at his quiz that didn't go well last week, and discovered that the errors are easily correctible -- he needs to (a) avoid simple errors, and (b) memorize formulas more thoroughly. We then completed several challenging problems in order to review all of the topics that will be on the assessment. I believe the student has a solid grasp of these topics, and just needs to attend to the two suggestions above!
We wrapped up the student's final review, covering loci, congruence, quadrilaterals, and inscribed/circumscribed polygons. Since he was a little rusty on proofs, we did several to get him warmed back up again, and I think he is in strong shape for his exam.
Today was review for her finals. She is doing quite well with it, and has heard from other students that the final isn't very difficult. She does need to keep working on her formulas a little more, as well as reviewing transformations, but overall, I am very confident that she will be just fine on her test.
Yesterday we went over her exam review. The student did fairly well, she just needs to make sure she goes over the review again before she takes her exam, so she can be well prepared.
The student has finals next week, so we did review for Geometry and Chemistry. We worked through Geometry review problems that were given by his teacher, which the student did well on. We then went over the last chapter covered in his Chemistry class, and did practice problems on how to name organic compounds.
We started off by doing Student 1's homework. It involved material dealing with arc length, sectors, and segments of circles. Then I worked with Student 2 and Student 3 on similar material dealing with circles before switching to review for their final. The review we started focused on ratios.
The student and I finished studying for her geometry final tomorrow. We covered most of the subjects on the review packet, including circle theorems, factoring, simplifying radicals and solving word problems. She did a super job!
The student prepared for her Final Exam, which will cover Chapters 7 through 12. She worked the following types of problems: altitude of a right triangle, angle of elevation and depression, special triangles, measures of interior angles of a polygon, and mid-segment of a trapezoid.
I met the student for the first time and got to know him a bit. We went through Euclidean and constructive tools coordinate and surface area problems. I think that this first tutoring session went well and I hope to keep him as my client.
The student and I had to work quite a bit to finish his review packet for Geometry, even going an extra hour. He worked like a pro throughout and made it to the end. I am sure that he knows the material significantly better than he did, and we did complete his review packet. He was a blast to work with.
Today I worked with the student on Stem and Leaf Equations as well as how to find the angle of a circle. We repeated a few steps over and over, as we talked about them to make sure the student learned them. The student mentioned it's much more helpful for her to talk about steps, rather than just do. She's always great to work with.
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