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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
First, we went over the latest quiz done in class; this raised her concern, due to the sudden change in grade scores. It impressed me that the student had already worked out the solutions for the problems she missed. I noticed that the main reason she made errors was related to the time limit of the quizzes. I find it common to make small mistakes in those circumstances, but she will have a longer time available during her exam. She mentioned this is one of the reasons she gets a much higher score on tests.
Secondly, we discussed a couple of concepts she was challenged to fully grasp in class. Half-angle identities and trig addition laws were an area that we decided could use brush up.
Within minutes, she found clarity in these concepts, and was able to successfully explain them to me. I realized after 30 minutes of working with the student, she had the conceptual knowledge required, which is most of the battle.
I went on to give her some advice to assure her that 100% score. Besides giving her some memorization tips on trig identities, I reassured her that she is brilliant in math! With her thorough understanding of trigonometry, she ought to walk in that test with confidence.
She has the brain and the work ethic to shine on Tuesday's exam. Within an hour, I covered all possible angles and we mutually decided that the goals of this tutoring session had been reached."
We briefly reviewed the terms and definitions from these sections for about 20 minutes. We spent the remaining time working through and completing his practice problem set.
His attitude was positive. He seemed more confident with his ability to recall various integration routes, and he definitely was more comfortable with the introduction of the material from this chapter than he had been for chapter 11 topics.
I mentioned that by performing more recent problems, the skills introduced in Ch. 7 and Ch. 11 would continue to be honed indirectly through completion of problems from Ch. 8, because the problems require computation of various integral forms.
He had extra practice problems he told me he was comfortable with doing. He also mentioned what our plan was going to be for our next session, in preparation for his upcoming exam (Exam 2) next week.
After we were finished, he seemed really pleased with the work we had done together. I decided to make a practice exam over the exam 2 material (late Ch. 7, 11, 8.1-8.2) to help build his confidence taking exams."