Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Today we did some final practice with creating confidence intervals and testing claims using sample means and the central limit theorem. Then we covered normal percentile plots and finding a sample size given a desired confidence level and margin of error."
"We went through her quizzes. We covered almost 30 questions about parameter, statistics, random sample and distribution. We also covered mean, standard deviation and standard error as well. I explained to her how she has to find the answers. She is doing great."
"The student finished taking his assessment online after instruction from his professor as to how to approach it. He received an A+, and has progressed a lot in this course. His is very positive, and he seems to have gained a solid understanding of the course concepts covered thus far. We will be starting with the "Random Variables and Distributions" section next time."
"The student and I started to do some work on dilations from a center point for 3- and 4-point figures. This was the primary thing which we covered, and we spent the bulk of our time on it, making good progress with the general understanding. We practiced with the new skill. She got more and more proficient as we went."
"We worked on order of operation problems that involved parenthesis, exponents, fractions, expression in the numerator and expression in denominator, and inserting parentheses in a problem to get the desired answer."
"We began broaching the subject of logarithmic functions and their operations. This included natural log functions (ln). This required a review of rational and exponential expressions."