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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
In terms of Math, we spent the rest of our session working through problems in the SAT math workbook that she had previously gotten wrong. I made a list of problems that she was still struggling with so that she could attempt them again in a couple of weeks to make sure she still remembered how to do them."
With the other student I went over the harder ACT math questions. She understands the general concepts, but finds untangling the questions difficult, so we made notes on how to tackle similar problems in the future. We also began to tackle the science section because it was very new to her. We went over strategies of what to read and what not to read in the informational section so that she doesn't waste time trying to read irrelevant information."
We went over all his math questions that he worked on - he is still making silly mistakes that I'm finding a little difficult to prevent. I have told him to start marking and underlining the key words in the problem, making sure that he writes down all his work so that he's..."
We went over all his math questions that he worked on - he is still making silly mistakes that I'm finding a little difficult to prevent. I have told him to start marking and underlining the key words in the problem, making sure that he writes down all his work so that he's not making mistakes.
We also went through a whole reading test (3 sections). He did fairly well, and only missed 8 questions total. For at least 3 of these questions, after he looked at them again, he chose the correct answer (without knowing which incorrect answer he originally chose). At least 1 of these questions, he had changed his mind - I told him that his instincts are probably correct.
For homework, I've had him do a whole test. He photocopied it for me so that I can go over it before I meet with him, and so we don't waste time reading the passages together."