Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student prepared for an upcoming tests on the solutions chapter and also worked on a lab covering freezing point, molality, and freezing point constant. Based on the results of her experiments, she was able to calculate the moral weight of the solvent as well as compare that to expected values and calculate the percent error."
"In this session, we covered endothermic and exoteric reactions, enthralled, and Gibbs free energy. The student did very well and was able to complete the majority of the concepts by herself by the end of the session. Gibbs free energy and entropy were not explained yet in class, but she has grasped the concept easily."
"The student and I reviewed torque and how to analyze beams to solve for unknown forces. We discussed torque's relation to vector forces, moment arms, and incident angles. We also discussed the definition of torque as a modified version of Newton's 2nd law. We later moved onto the basics of waves and constructive and destructive interference. She participated by asking and answering conceptual questions as well as verbally walking me through routine steps once the problems were set up."