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Dartmouth College - Government And Cognitive Science

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Drew University - American Government

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Emory University School Of Law - Law

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

I had the student do a full section of practice logical reasoning. We went over his pacing and strategy for each of the missed questions. I then had the student do a practice logic games section and aided him on how to perform better on acceptability questions.

This session the student continued to work on logical reasoning, focusing on working through problems. We focused on these types of questions, but also did a broad group of different questions. The student keeps practicing a lot and is scoring well on practice tests.

We went over two practice tests that the student had completed. We figured out why she had gotten certain questions wrong, and we did almost all of the logic games. We also talked about various things she can do to get ready for the test on Saturday, including reviewing the summaries in the logical reasoning bible.

The student first took a portion of a practice test to assess what he needs to work on first. We reviewed general test-taking strategies and how to analyze essays, worked on an essay in the Economist, and discussed resources to use for reading practice.

Today we worked through some more difficult logic games and some arguments. We looked at some techniques to save time, such as just looking at argument conclusions and trying to use work on earlier logic games questions to more quickly solve the later, harder ones.

The two students and I worked on logical reasoning for the first half of the class. Overall, their performance has really improved. We then worked on logic games. I continue to encourage them to practice as much as they can because their test is coming up.

Reviewed progress, completed vocabulary exercises, reviewed Arguments practice tests, and began logic workshop.

I began with a general assessment of the student's background/familiarity with the entry exam and his perceived strengths and weaknesses. We then proceeded to review a practice test previously emailed to him; focusing on logical reasoning. He appeared to be catching on quickly to logical reasoning strategies.

Reviewed logic games done by student since last session. Went over logical reasoning questions and question types.

We reviewed the student's most recent practice test. She is doing a lot better and really enthusiastic about her progress! We worked on the question types she had most trouble with on the test.

Went over Analytical Reasoning problems from first Practice Test in the back of the test prep book; also did some Logical Reasoning problems.

During this lesson, we continued to work on logic games, completing three games together during the lesson and discussing the student's progress on the games he has been completing on his own. During this lesson we did some timed game practice to get him focused on timed games. He continues to make improvement. Games focused on included grouping and linear combination.

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