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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
Started off with a few practice problems to see where the student needs most help. Worked on factoring polynomials, and multiplying and dividing multivariable terms. Also went over the quadratic formula. Then went over areas and perimeters. Student mostly seems to be in need of practice for the test, so afterward we reviewed again.
Verbal: worked on synonyms. Math: continued practicing solving algebraic equations. Reading comprehension: read and answered questions on a passage. Homework in all sections for next week. Very pleased with progress.
We covered material for a final in general chemistry. Stoichiometry, density, gas laws, electron configuration, and atomic structure were some of the few topics that were covered. My client had a review packet for his final. We started from the beginning and worked through half of the packet.
Conversation openers (oral and written), regular verb conjugations, and intro to -re verbs. We will finalize -er verbs and start using my level 1 adult primer next session.
We went through the practice questions in the book so I could assess her baseline levels. She seems like a bright 5th grader, and we will work on brushing up on vocabulary and advanced math (algebra).
Today we covered converting between percents, decimals, and fractions. We also proofed an essay for grammatical and punctuation errors. The student submitted a lab report on Tuesday, and we are waiting for that grade as well as a language exam. The student struggled the most with converting between fractions and decimals. The student has a sample math test that I emailed. I have no concerns from this session.
Student 1 and I worked on two of his essays - one for Language Arts and the other for Social Studies. He had to edit an essay that he worked on regarding the history of the Boko Haram in Nigeria. His other essay was regarding a solution to the issue revolving around malaria passing through mosquitoes and how to try and solve or minimize that problem. Student 2 and I worked on some of her math. She was given word expressions and had to write them out in math expressive form. She was confused as to how to write, for example, "five is less than a number," in math terms. So I taught her some key words and phrases to look at and what symbols go with those words and phrases.
The student and I continued studying for the MCAT. She is currently in O Chem and Physiology, and she is very good at the English section, so we are mostly working on Physics and Chemistry. Today we spent the majority of the time going over electrochemistry. We worked with galvanic and electrolytic cells, and we also used the Nernst equation for concentration cells. After electrochemistry, we did a bit of electricity and magnetism.
The student said she needed help with her biology project on chemotaxis. We read through her lab and discussed what she needed to do; she has some questions to ask her instructor. Before we meet next time, she is to start writing her lab report.
At this session, the student and I continued to review for his final. I briefly quizzed him on last week's chapter (Gas Laws) before we started the next chapter (Equilibrium). For this chapter, we skimmed through the book for bolded words to define, and then we worked on problems at the end of the chapter. At the end, he appeared to grasp the subject. We then went over a test from the Gas Laws chapter, and I asked that he work on it as if it were a real test. I expect him to read the next chapter before we meet again.
In today's session, we reviewed the essay the student wrote for test 3. He has made progress in formulating his ideas and providing good examples that support his thesis statements. We also worked on math sections tonight and reviewed sections of practice test 3. We ran through a few other math problems and I quizzed him on vocabulary (letters c through i). Next week, he will be completing practice test 7 in its entirety so he can practice doing a full test run.
We covered concepts on average of integrals, solving definite integrals using substitution and determining whether the integral is odd or even. We are working towards improving his understanding of the underlying principles and how they apply in the real world to help him relate to the material better.
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Whether you’re looking for help with specific problems, with college-level material, or with an AP Macro or Microeconomics course, an experienced Washington DC economics tutor from Varsity Tutors is here to help you. If you’re having difficulty with economics at the college-level, your tutor will quickly assess your proficiency, identify areas of confusion, and create a customized program designed to get you back on track. Gradually, through personalized, one-on-one tutoring, you’ll see your confidence grow, your grades improve, and your understanding of the material become much more sophisticated.
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