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Anatomy Tutoring review by Matthew in Sandy, UT
The student and I covered mostly acid/ base concepts, with a sprinkling of solubility product constants. This was our first session and his core knowledge of chemistry is fantastic! He was familiar with and able to critically think about almost all of the material that we covered. He was unfamiliar with the concept of normality, but he caught on quickly. Our session consisted mostly of solving acid/ base problems and a solubility product problem. Overall, it was a great session!
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Jonathan in Sandy, UT
We discussed the student's math classwork (review of factoring of polynomials, graphing of polynomial functions). We discussed what negative exponents meant in terms of what they represent (i.e. 1/x = x^-1) and how to factor equations dealing with negative exponents. She was able to do a majority of the questions with little assistance, but where needed, I was able to coach her to understand the concept.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Joel in Sandy, UT
We spent our time solving the AP Physics 1 exam from a previous year. The student worked the problems, then I gave him suggestions, then we went through the scoring rubric for each question to see how he would have done. In every case, he did well.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Lindsey in Sandy, UT
Tonight, we started with a review of DNA replication, mitosis, and meiosis. We then moved into the cell cycle and the phases included in both interphase and mitosis. We ended the session with the entire cell cycle and the completion of cytokinesis. We got through a lot of the material that the student just started in her course this week, so she was ahead of the game as far as having some knowledge of material before it was taught. She has taken great initiative with trying to get a better understanding of the material before it's presented to her in class, as well as studying and reviewing the material on her on. She is continuing to improve with every session, and I am really proud of her. We will meet again on Friday.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Careylyn in Sandy, UT
We went over suspensions and solutions. We worked on looking at chemistry as a thing that we use every day. We discussed covalent and ionic bonds as an intro to solutions and electrolytes. We focused mainly on solutions, learning about solutes and solvents. We reviewed mole conversion, grams-moles, molarity, and solute concentration. We also went over a worksheet for the student's test. I reviewed the questions we didn't get to and left her with those to finish practicing. She said she felt more confident with the material. I also gave her some tips on test taking with equations she has to memorize, and she already has a lot of helpful tips she's already practicing.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Wilma in Sandy, UT
Today we worked on properties of gases, phase changes, and the student did some homework problems. He understood the concepts very quickly. He got through almost all of his homework; he still had a few problems left to do on his own, and I know he will be able to do them just fine.
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