Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Today we created a sheet of notes for the student's upcoming test on hypothesis testing and confidence intervals, and then introduced differences between means as a random variable. We did some homework assignments to practice, and he seemed to pick up on the one key concept pretty quickly."
"The student and I reviewed the types of chi-square tests (independence, homogeneity, and goodness of fit) for his exam on Monday."
"Today we reviewed some basic principles of hypothesis testing, e.g., how to decide on null and alternate hypotheses. Then we changed gears and reviewed for her upcoming biology test."
"Today we worked on a final review for math. It included transformations of figures, calculating area and perimeters. Also interpreting dot plots and box and whisker graphs. There were also problems related to algebraic transformations of coordinates. The student did fantastic on all of them. She really knows her stuff and, more impressively, she has good strategies when answering test questions. This is excellent to know for testing purposes."
"We discussed limits, how to find them on a graph, how to find them algebraically, and how to assess if the limit actually exists."
"The student and I reviewed her multiple choice homework packet. We reviewed factoring, exponents and powers, imaginary numbers, the quadratic formula, equations with absolute values, graphing on a number line, and undefined solutions. We also worked on shortcuts for binomial multiplication and factoring. She works through problems very quickly and has really good knowledge of the material."