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Anatomy Tutoring review by Sophie in South Jordan, UT
In today's session, we continued reviewing the pretest questions. I gave the student more working examples on words problems to practice on front axis load of a car, pounds on a scale, and force with three pulleys.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Nessim in South Jordan, UT
In today's session, we covered two lectures. The first lecture was discussing the endocrine system and the use of secondary receptors for each type of hormone. The second one mainly focused on the autonomic nervous system and how signals were converted from electrical to chemical and passed to other neurons or neuromuscular junctions. I would ask the student to summarize the pathways for me and differentiate between the G protein receptors versus the tyrosine kinase receptors, and she was able to do so. She is doing well in her class and states that she now feels more confident with the content covered during today's session.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Kimberly in South Jordan, UT
In today's session, we reviewed for the student's upcoming cumulative final. We mostly covered and reviewed material from the beginning of her class to current material. Specifically, we went over the nitrogen, carbon, and water cycle. Additionally, we looked at different chemistry topics like how to read the periodic table. We also covered a lot of the basic cycles that occur in both plant and animal cells like glycolysis and the citric acid cycle. For plant cells, we looked at the light cycle versus the Calvin cycle and the different products that are formed. Overall, today's session covered a lot of material, and a lot of review was done. Overall, she knows a lot of the information.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Michael in South Jordan, UT
In today's session, we went through the student's review exam from exam 1. We covered chemical formulas, naming of compounds, functional groups, oxidation reactions, empirical formulas, etc. She has clearly studied. Right now, she needs to simply focus on the details she is getting wrong on the practice tests, like how to calculate the concentration of ions in a solution. This close to the final exam, the best strategy is to simply practice, which she is already doing, and also get clarification when necessary.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Naveed in South Jordan, UT
It is my first time working with this student, and it was a pleasure to provide some clarity on the subjects of cellular respiration and photosynthesis. Providing a solid foundation of how to account for the breakdown of the glucose molecule and the number of ATP produced can be a daunting task to many students. Once she had secured an understand the components and outcomes of cellular respiration and oxidative phosphorylation, it was easier to understand the sources of electrons and ATP accounting in the end. I impressed that being well organized and not putting too much detail in a high yield sheet would help in quick review when some points get lost in all the details. I will look forward to hear from her about her ability to perform well on her next exam.
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Anatomy Tutoring review by Brian in South Jordan, UT
It was great meeting with the student yesterday. I hope that we were able to get a good review in before his exam. I think we reviewed some important things: - Remember that when doing math with significant figures, the answer obtained will have only as many sig figs as the least accurate number you use. - When working with gases, remember that at a constant temperature, we can relate volume to pressure. When working with constant volume or constant pressure cases, we can also use simplified formulas. - Remember that the atom being oxidized becomes more positive in redox charge, while the redox charge decreases for an atom being reduced in a reaction.
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