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The College Of New Jersey - Psychology

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University Of Medicine And Dentistry Of New Jersey - Doctor Of Osteopathic Medicine (In Progress)

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

The student and I went over her homework passages and also went through a passage together. She is great at getting through passages quickly and had plenty of time left over for diagnostic test 1. As a result, we're working on actually taking a little more time reading the passage to pick up on some important details.

We spent the first half of the session going over the student's practice test, which she got a 30 on. Our review of the Doppler effect was particularly helpful. With respect to the biological sciences, she needed most help with organic chemistry. We discussed acetoacetic ester syntheses in detail. We spent the rest of the session going over some organic chemistry basics, including elimination/substitution reactions, isomers, aromaticity, and spectroscopy. I urged her to review some particular organic chemistry topics and come ready with questions for our next session.

Reviewed molecular orbital theory: sigma bonding, Pi bonding, orbital overlap and stabilization, bond dissociation energy, and bonding / anti bonding molecular orbitals. Then continued circuits with a discussion of capacitors and capacitance.

In this session with the student, we went over her last full length exam. It appears that she has had some timing issues on the last exam, and accordingly, she will try to implement strategies in her next test to allow her to clearly monitor her pace. As we reviewed the test she quite comfortably answered most of the questions with some guidance. We also reviewed chapters 5 and 6 for the physics, organic chemistry and chemistry sections of the MCAT. She worked through all the problems and will be covering even more questions in the additional MCAT books she has. She will also be implementing and finalizing strategies in her approach to her MCAT verbal section.

Our session consisted of a review of select physics and general chemistry topics. We reviewed reflection, mirrors, lenses, and related equations and practice problems from workbooks. Other topics included Snell's law, total internal reflection, and some introductory material on galvanic and electrolytic cells.

Reviewed concepts from fluids and solids, acid/base titrations, and atomic phenomena. Completed practice problems on fluids using Bernoulli's equation. Completed high yield problems on acid base titrations and Hendrickson Hassel back equation.

We focused on physical sciences since the student has taken a lot of biological courses and seems to be improving with the verbal work we are doing. We went through the exam material for kinematics as well as a few practice questions, also setting a study schedule that involves reviewing material + completing practice questions.

The student and I worked through a general chemistry practice section together. He probably needs to skim through the review book again and work through some more practice problems before taking the exam.

Review of organic chemistry; elimination and substitution reactions; acid-base chemistry; carbonyl chemistry and mechanisms; review of physics, topics covered: fluid dynamics and fluid statics, mass defect, manipulation of equations, electromagnetism

For this session we reviewed the Physics portion of a practice test that the student had taken. There had been significant improvement from her previous practice sections. We then went on to review Acid and Base Chemistry.

This session was a comprehensive yet basic physics review. The following physics topics were covered: SI units, kinematics, forces, energy, torque, momentum, fluids, waves, simple harmonic motion, electrostatics, circuits, magnetism, light, mirrors and lenses, and atomic decay. The student hasn't learned about topics beyond electrostatics so a considerable amount of time was spent trying to teach her the basics about these topics and give her the knowledge to tackle these passages.

Today we covered concepts from chemistry and biochemistry. Specifically we discussed equilibrium constants, reaction rates, enzyme kinetics, inhibitors and enzyme function. By next week the student will finish her general chemistry review book, which she feels is necessary background for biochemistry. She will also review the material online. We may use questions from that source in future sessions.

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