Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Client had made significant progress independently working through study materials prior to session. During session, focused work on "sufficient and necessary" conditions present in many logical reasoning problems, in which the client had experienced some difficulty. At end of the session, the client answered example problems with 80% - 90% accuracy and expressed confidence in this question theme."
"We spent this session going over the exercises from the student's book on the remaining subjects that he needed to work on: ser v. estar; imperfect v preterite; and, personal and impersonal pronouns. He has been having a bit of trouble with fill-in-the-blank exercises, but we will continue to work on those tomorrow (1pm)."
"With the SAT exam coming up on Saturday, I wanted to present the student with an overview of all the strategies we've learned for the exam. We covered the essay, multiple choice math, free-response math, sentence completions, reading passages, improving sentences, and identifying sentence errors. All that remains is improving paragraphs. Our next meeting is on Thursday and we will spend the majority of the time focusing on problem types that the student has difficulty with. He also has some math problems and identifying sentence error questions to do for homework before our next meeting."
"Reviewed logic games that the student had worked on. Increased practice schedule, and worked on logic puzzles in order to increase skills in logic games and deduction. Reviewed reading comprehension section briefly."
"The student is taking Spanish 2, but needs lots of help as she doesn't seem to remember much from Spanish 1. We'll need to play catch up. On our first session we covered present tense, preterite tense, the verb gustar (to like), present perfect and present perfect subjunctive."
"We covered changes in supply, demand and equilibrium. Price floors and ceilings and the effect on consumer & producer surplus. Calculating Marginal cost and marginal product. Calculating profit/loss and shut down decisions."