Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We worked on critical points and simplifying sine and cosine expressions. We also reviewed his first exam."
"The student and I covered the various convergence and divergence tests for infinite series, linear differential equations with given rates, and trigonometric substitution. There were no grades involved and this was a one-shot session, but I believe the student had a firm grasp on the material and only needed to fill a few gaps and get some reiteration on a few points. I provided a few examples and forms to look out for when deciding whether to use trig sub for the student to study."
"The student and I met in preparation for his calculus final exam. He brought 3 sample exams, and together we worked through 2 exams. He has come a long way in understanding the material."
"The session covered two tasks. 1.) we reviewed the homework involving ANOVA on SPSS and 2.) critique of a research article. We were able to cover all the aspects of the homework, including how to run the ANOVA, when and why to use post hoc tests, and how to interpret the output. We then looked at the article the student will have to present to the class on Sunday. Since we were approaching the end of the meeting time, we focused on identifying the information she will need in order to answer her specific questions. So, we identified the independent and dependent variables as well as how they were measured."
"The student's classroom teacher sent home a math page for him to finish. We listed all the different types of triangles that he has worked with this year and made a chart showing their shape, types of angles and types of triangles. He did very well at that. We also worked with the book, "Geometry and Measurements" to work with fractions and kilometers. We also worked with electronic devices to improve our knowledge of mathematics."
"The student wanted to discuss the quiz assignment with me. We worked on linear functions, domain and range problems, scatter plot, and graphing linear equations using slope intercept form."