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Biology Tutoring review by Hannah in Provo, UT
We covered enzyme kinetics, entropy, enthalpy, Gibbs free energy, cell-to-cell communication (in instances such as desmosomes, plasmodesmata, and gap junctions, specifying the differences), and cellular respiration. We reviewed how to break apart the questions on an exam to make sure that you're answering the question correctly. We went through some old exams and highlighted the main ideas of each question to figure out where the student was going wrong when answering. I'm noticing a lot of improvement in her ability to retain information and apply it in a new context, so I'm excited to see how she does on her next exam. I enjoyed working with her and, as usual, I look forward to our next lesson.
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Biology Tutoring review by Coatney in Provo, UT
As this was our last tutoring session, we did a complete review of all the topics (trauma, medical, orthopedics, geriatrics, and bleeds/shock). The student has greatly improved since our first session, showing more confidence and understanding with the medical jargon and material.
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Biology Tutoring review by Beth in Provo, UT
This was my first session with the student. I asked him to pick a topic, and he chose the next one that will be covered in class - Cellular Energy. This is a very difficult topic, for students at all levels. I asked him if he understood a few background terms (organisms, molecule, cell). Then, I explained the key terms from the chapter in his book - autotrophs/heterotrophs, catabolism/anabolism, chloroplast/mitochondria, and ATP. I also described the electron transport chain in thylakoids (in detail) and showed him how it is similar to the one in mitochondria. I asked him to draw the diagram of energy transfer between autotrophs and heterotrophs, and write the photosynthesis equation 3 times - to help him remember them. I also gave him 5 terms to define, and I promised to send his advisor several diagrams of the structures we talked about that he can label. I think this will help him learn them and help me see if he does understand them.
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Biology Tutoring review by Angelica in Provo, UT
I reviewed all of the Genetics coursework with the student by placing terms and concepts on the board and having the student explain them to me. The topics ranged from meiosis to Mendelian genetics to exceptions of Mendel's Laws. I also had practice word problems to allow the student to tie together Biology vocabulary with her understanding. I advised the student to read the questions carefully, taking note of potential trick questions like the ones I included on my practice problems. The student recalled a lot more information than the previous session, which was a big success. She was able to recall Mendel's Laws and applying them to practice problems regarding alleles.
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Biology Tutoring review by Rebekah in Provo, UT
We spent the majority of the session going over the history of evolutionary thought and outlining the four main mechanisms of evolution -- mutation, genetic drift, migration, and natural selection. The student seemed to connect well with this material, making connections between the textbook and real-life examples. He told me that he had a quiz on the reproduction chapter in class and that he knew every answer. For that chapter, I had taken notes on the concepts he and I covered together within his notebook. He said this tactic worked well for him so, for this chapter on evolution, he started taking the notes himself, flipping between the pages to formulate his own questions. Because this week was Thanksgiving and he has a test next Wednesday, I told him to finish reading and outlining both chapters so that we can answer questions and review during next Tuesday's session.
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Biology Tutoring review by Nicole in Provo, UT
Today the student and I covered plant and animal cell anatomy, organelle function and overview of photosynthesis. She seems to demonstrate a deeper understanding than the first impression gave. Strategies included drawing diagrams. I left her with homework of re-drawing and organizing diagrams that have been given.
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