Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We discussed the concepts of the standard normal distribution, and using lookup tables to find the probability associated with a given value of Z. We also worked on problems involving the inverse where the student is given a probability and needs to find the corresponding Z value. Finally, we applied these concepts to solving "real world" problems."
"The student and I went over frequency tables and discussed how to calculate relative and cumulative frequency given other information about the data."
"We went over the student's project problem set. We finished 6 out of 10 problems, and he grasped the material very easily. He will work on the next 4 on his own and will touch base with me if he has any questions. Should further help be required, we will schedule another session. Overall, this session went very well, and I am pleased with the progress he has made!"
"The student worked on the marketing plan. We reviewed the Positioning statement and I redacted parts to make it conform to expectation."
"The student and I covered the next chapter involving "Writings" and we reviewed the requirements related to contracts that must be in writing in order to be enforceable versus those that are enforceable even if oral. We discussed the statute of frauds referring to contract categories that require writings including those involving collateral, real estate, the sale of a good over $500, contract that cannot be performed within a year, and also contracts involving executors and marriage as the consideration. We also covered the "writing" requirements (referring to the contents of the "memo", how quantity must be included when referring to the sale of goods, etc.)."
"The student and I worked through about a chapter and a half of her final coursework content. The material covered the aggregate demand and aggregate supply model, as well as the Keynesian understanding of macroeconomics in the short run. It was a very engaging and interesting discussion, as she continues to show an encouraging interest in the course material. Some aspects of the content were a bit difficult for her to grasp, particularly the relationship between real GDP and unemployment as it relates to the Phillips curve. However we were able to clear up the misunderstanding, and she answered some questions on that successfully. Our final session will be on Sunday, as she has her final on Monday."