Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I began by reviewing a practice test she took. She is doing well on logic games but is struggling to finish the logical reasoning section and to break through 20/25 on this section. We went over some strategies for the question types she was struggling with the most. We then practiced a new section focusing on those strategies and some new pacing strategies. At the end of that section, she scored a 20/25. At the end of the session we worked through a number of logic games. She was able to do some of the easier games. I helped her with illustrations and deductions with some of the harder games."
"The student and I focused on a recent test that he took. I concentrated on reinforcing the methodology so that he does not get off track in the future. Next session, we will continue to focus on logical reasoning and throw in a reading comprehension passage."
"We finished reviewing for the CLEP test. We discussed logarithms, standard deviations, using the Pythagorean theorem, percent increase, and rational/irrational numbers. The student understood the concepts. She had a good attitude towards everything."
"On Monday, he and I focused on his upcoming English vocabulary exams. We went over translation and spelling exercises. We made flashcards for the words and went over them until he knew them. We then did a few worksheets in his English textbook, centered on synonyms and antonyms, as well as context clues. We briefly reviewed his math homework."
"The student and I did a few questions from his homework before turning back to geometry. We covered triangles, circles, quadrilaterals, and three dimensional objects. He seems a little hesitant with these topics, so I assigned the easier set of geometry questions (Q7) for homework. Next session we will review his homework and cover coordinate geometry."
"Today was her first day back in school, so we didn't have any assignments to go over. We instead reviewed material from last year, solving systems of equations and being careful with negative numbers. We then peeked ahead a little into geometry, using theorems about triangles and quadrilaterals."