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Anatomy Tutoring review by Meagan in La Habra, CA
In Chemistry we reviewed: Bohr hydrogen model, wave function, unit review, and bonding. In Biology we reviewed: cellular respiration, glycolysis, pyruvate decarboxylation, Krebs cycle, and electron transport chain.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Annica in La Habra, CA
The student earned a B on her last unit test in chemistry. Now we are moving on with review for the final exam, which is worth 15% of her course grade. The review goal is to address all units covered during the second semester both conceptually and through practice problems. We started with a handout from class, and she highlighted key concepts to include on homemade flashcards. We clarified concepts with practice problems along the way, including PV=nRT, density (mass/volume), definitions of STP, kinetic theory, composition of air, homogeneous mixtures, combined gas law, and Dalton's law of partial pressure. We looked at the equation for kinetic energy (KE=1/2mv^2) to understand that two gases may have the same KE because as the mass decreases the velocity increases and vice versa. One important concept addressed was how to determine direct and indirect relationships between variables. A direct relationship means that as one variable increases (or decreases), the other variable will also increase (or decrease). This is mathematically represented in an equation as one variable as a numerator and the other as a denominator. An indirect relationship signifies that as one variable increases (or decreases), the other variable will decrease (or increase). Mathematically, they are seen in an equation as being multiplied by one another. As further preparation, we reviewed how to interpret graphs as well as how to use common equations with variables: 1) identify the law and equation to use and write it out; 2) solve for the variable of interest; and 3) plug in values for variables and solve the problem numerically. She is strong in her understanding of chemistry. Our ultimate review session for the chemistry final will be tomorrow night.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Darrin in La Habra, CA
We covered topics for the Living Environment exam. The student has an understanding of the topics.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Dennis in La Habra, CA
The student and I went over his plans for his final Chemistry project. He is on the good path with his group mates, and will have to make smart decisions during the lab. Then we tackled math: circles. Sometimes the student forgets the formula has the radius squared in there. Also, he uses his calculator blindly at times and then has the answer wrong because of wrong parentheses. He is smart enough to do these calculations by hand, so I urged him to do so. We will work on this more in the next session.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Kimberly in La Habra, CA
Today we finished the first 25 questions in your practice test, as well as began reviewing the free response question about limiting reactants. Tomorrow, we'll continue to review stoichiometry and pick up with any progress you've made on the limiting reactants problem. If you have any questions or run into any difficulty solving it prior to tomorrow, feel free to email me.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Rebecca Michelle in La Habra, CA
The student and I met to review for the SAT II Chemistry exam. We completed ~90 practice problems, covering all three types of questions that will be on the exam - relationship questions, classification questions, and multiple choice. These questions were a mix of chemistry topics including acid/ base, stoichiometry, gas laws, organic chemistry, and nuclear chemistry. I made sure he had access to further study resources. He is strong on most subjects, with the exception of newer subjects such as organic chemistry and nuclear chemistry - however, this will be remedied with a little review. Good luck on the exam!
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