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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
We looked at the student's history and Spanish classes. We did not spend as much time on Spanish as history. We looked over comparison verbs and thought of mnemonic devices to help remember their meaning. She has a history test on Friday, so we spent most of the time reviewing the material and looking at a variety of study tools that will help her organize information. Again, she is organized by nature and I was really impressed with her skills here. With a little help from me, and her effort input, she is quickly becoming a self sustainable studier!
The student did very well on his last quiz (yay), but not as well on a previous quiz. So, we spent a little bit of time working on the solving of equations and inequalities (the topic of the failed quiz) but after he felt confident on that topic we spent the rest of the session on factoring trinomials.
We covered geometric proofs, laws of equivalence, angle theorems, and the laws of geometry (Law of Syllogism, etc.) We also worked on using the theorems to solve for "x" in a system of angles. The student felt that at the end of the session she had a better grasp of how to approach the more complex problems involving algebra as well as geometry, and also understood the different laws better.
For this session we began to study Newton's method. We continued by working on derivatives that will ultimately help us with integration.
Discussed definition of derivative and calculated the derivative of various polynomials. Derived general derivative formula for monomials and derived sum and scalar multiple rules for the derivative.
Remote tutoring. Worked through skeletons of challenge problems to help the student with some studying/prep that we could not address yesterday as all sections had not been covered in class yet.
The student will be taking Chemistry II in the summer. Using the book as a guide for topics, I decided to give her an overview of the concepts she will learn. Today we reviewed basic concepts (periodic trends, etc.) and covered intermolecular forces, properties of gases, and the ideal gas law.
We worked on a variety of problems in preparation for this test on the energy chapter. No additional grades were noted. The student did well in today's session. I believe he now needs to be more contemplative of his work.
This was the student's and my first session together. She has a test on Tuesday, so we went over some of the material that the test will cover. This included order of operations, finding a pattern in a set of numbers, and graphing a function. She is very quick at long division and multiplication of large numbers, and told me clearly if she didn't understand something I had said. I would like to find some kind of practice book for her so that she can have extra practice over the week.
The student is on spring break, so there are no typical classes. We continued our work on the spaghetti bridge. At this point he's already drawn a scale bridge. Today we measured the segments. To ensure the bridge can hold the 1kg weight assigned by the teacher, we glued bunches of linguine together using white glue and dried it with a hair dryer. In total, he designed a bridge with over 30 segments. Each segment was a bunch of 6 linguine strands. After demonstrating the technique, I ensured he knew how to glue the segments on his own. I left him with the task of completing the other 20 segments on his own.
Today, we discussed about estimating parameters using simple random samples. Concepts included definition of an estimator, bias, standard error of the estimator, standard error of sample mean, bootstrap, and standard deviation of the sample. I tried to give an example to all of the new concepts and we did some problems afterwards. While working on the problems, I noticed that she was very comfortable with all those new concepts and she was able to complete all of the problems on her own.
During this session we went over a calculus packet the student wanted to review. We found that he understands the concepts. He just has to memorize some identities. Other than that he should do well on the exam. I was glad to hear that he feel more comfortable with material. Overall this session went well.
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Varsity Tutors provides intensive 4 and 6 week LSAT prep programs for law school candidates in New York City, NY aiming to score in a top percentile on the LSAT. Our programs meet 3 times per week for 2 hours per day for either 4 or 6 weeks. If you are unable to attend all 6 weeks, you may take the abridged 4 week LSAT course. We can help you achieve an exceptional LSAT score and significantly improve your chances of admission to your top-choice law school. Our LSAT tutors in New York City, NY thoroughly assess your particular needs, develop an individually tailored study plan, and provide the attention and expertise that maximizes your possible score.
Your hand-picked, highly credentialed LSAT tutor in New York City, NY is dedicated to keeping you on pace for continual advancements towards your LSAT goal. They will provide assignments between sessions and expect you to prepare for sessions so that the 4 to 6 week LSAT program results in meaningful, documentable improvements that lead to top scores. If you are seeking a more flexible program that meets less frequently, you can consider a customized program that may be a better fit with your schedule (see below).
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Varsity Tutors provides fully customized LSAT prep programs tailored to your needs and varying schedules in New York City, NY. Our talented private LSAT tutors provide 1-on-1 tutoring in your home or any other place of your choosing. We realize that many LSAT test-takers are part-time students, full-time students, or currently working full-time, and our tutors can provide the flexible scheduling you need. Our New York City Directors provide free consultations in which you’ll learn how our hand-picked, highly credentialed tutors can help you achieve your test goals around your busy schedule; we will also analyze past scores and target schools to help you make an informed decision about how best to prepare for the law school admissions process. Call us today and our Directors will discuss your LSAT goals, timeline, and law school admissions tips to match you to the best LSAT tutor in New York City, NY.
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If you’ve already decided to take the LSAT, you know that preparing for the law school admissions test is a large investment of time, energy, and money. It also can be a great deal of pressure, as the stakes are high, you have limited time, and you may be anxious about what to expect. Simply taking practice LSAT exams may not be enough, as the test covers a wide range of skills, and you may need refreshers in certain skillsets to build.
Fortunately, with the help of a talented New York City LSAT tutor from Varsity Tutors, you can take the energy you’re putting into worrying and direct it into proven strategies for success. Whether you’re looking for help with specific problems, for an assessment of your strengths and weaknesses, for LSAT study strategies, or insights into the material, one of our experienced LSAT tutors is available to help. After talking to you about your experience and concerns, your LSAT tutor will quickly assess your proficiency with the content, identify areas for improvement, and create a customized study program designed to help you achieve your score goal. Our LSAT tutors in New York City, NY are able to boost your capabilities on the three question types: Reading Comprehension, Analytical Reasoning, and Logical Reasoning, as well as sharpening your Writing Sample.
As someone who knows how to excel on the LSAT, your tutor will ensure that your preparation program engages the key concepts and skills needed for success on the test. Your tutor will direct your intensive or customized LSAT test prep program, monitor your progress with practice exams, offer helpful feedback and test-taking tips, and provide fast, reliable answers to your questions. Call us today to find out more about our LSAT tutors in New York City, NY.
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