Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student began a new chapter which begins with the natural base e number and modeling growth and decay. He has a quiz so we studied the new material. He is fine with treating e in equations and with exponents; he is now confident in graphing the asymptote of an equation and identifying its main features, such as the y-intercept and whether it is growing or decaying; he was able to work financial calculations and alter them for continuous, hourly or quarterly application. That will cover the main part of the quiz; he should do well."
"My first session with this student went well! She did not have any homework to work on so instead we focused on reviewing recent concepts from class. First we finished an in-class worksheet that focused on mean, median, and mode. We then worked on creating and understanding scatterplots. She is quick and accurate with her addition, multiplication, and division, but could use a bit more practice understanding what the plots and data represent. We utilized her online learning platform to practice some plotting and I asked her questions about what the data represented along the way. She definitely understands the concepts and is quick to pick things up. Looking forward to our session on Friday!"
"We covered synthetic and long division as well as finding the zeros using a calculator and by using synthetic division. I helped the student redo a quiz and complete half of his homework. He has the rest of his homework to complete to review the concepts we covered. It was a great session."
"We went through her lab first. It was about test statistics and normal distribution. Then we went over the quizzes. I explained the concepts behind each question, and she was able to determine the right answer. She is doing great."
"We went over problems on the student's homework that concerned the standard normal distribution, z-scores, and probability. She seemed to understand the material after doing several practice problems."
"This was the 1st of two major review session for the student's exams. First we finished reviewing her homework. After the student finished her homework, we began preparing a bit for the exam."