Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We covered acids and base titration problems in preparation of the student's exam tomorrow. She understood all the problems very well. However, she struggles with knowing how to start a problem. Once I tell her how to do it, she understands it and is able to do other problems. She has her own study material to go over. Overall, great session!"
"Since the last session, the student had his exam on the unit covering evolution. Although he does not yet have the results, he feels pretty good about the exam. The beginning of this session was spent preparing for the next lab exercise. This exercise will cover computer analysis of sequence divergence. The rest of the session was spent beginning the next unit on prokaryotes and plants. We focused on the guided reading questions. I encouraged the student to focus on reading the chapter for detail."
"Covered the lymphatic system and immunology; discussed the organs of the lymphatic system, its purpose, and its physical responsibility. Discussed two types of immunity (innate and adaptive) and their respective differences. Discussed the processes of innate immunology (non-specific, e.g., a bacterial infection, and interferon duplication). Talked about the body's response to infection and the inflammation process. Covered the main topics of adaptive/acquired immunity and its difference in relation to innate immunology. Talked about the main types of cells (T & B) and how they relate to and act upon and with each other. Did not cover practice questions in book - will do that prior to upcoming exam after reviewing the concepts."