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Boston, MA Organic Chemistry tutoring
We went over how to calculate the exchange of energy using specific heat, heat capacity relative to phase changes, and change in temperature. This was the area she struggled with the most. We also covered solvents, solutes and solutions, practiced converting volumes and concentrations to moles of product using molar masses and mole ratios.
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Boston, MA Organic Chemistry tutoring
The student had done a bunch of review packets since the last time I had met with her, so I went over all of them with her so that she knew which ones she did wrong and how to do them correctly. Most of the reviews went over naming ionic and molecular compounds. We reviewed how to distinguish between a molecular and an ionic compound and then we practiced naming them. She did really well until we got to the hydrocarbons. She could not remember how to name hydrocarbons and she was unsure of how to distinguish between a molecular compound and a hydrocarbon. By the time we finished going over all of this, she could name them really well. We also went over some problems that involved balancing polyatomic ions. At the end of the session, I watched her do her online take home quiz. She really quickly got overwhelmed because she was confused by the wording of the questions, and rather than slowing down and thinking them through, she would speed up just to get through the quiz. This was an excellent insight for me because now I finally see what probably happens when she takes and quiz or test on material that she doesn't feel confident in yet. When she is comfortable with the material, she does not have the same test anxiety. Now that I understand her anxiety a little better, I will try to start integrating some test-like situations into our sessions so she can improve her test taking skills and decrease her anxiety.
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Boston, MA Organic Chemistry tutoring
The student started working on simple harmonic motion in school. He is showing good signs of improvement with the questions we are going over. He seems to understand rotational kinematics well but I think practicing how they relate to simple harmonic motion will be useful.
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Boston, MA Organic Chemistry tutoring
We reviewed for her final exam (tomorrow). We spent the session looking at old quiz and test problems - we hit every topic. She's doing really well with remembering which equations to use for each concept. After going over each example, she was able to answer related conceptual questions. She is prepared for the exam.
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Boston, MA Organic Chemistry tutoring
We covered "sound problems" related to the Doppler effect, the intensities of sound waves, and fundamental wavelengths of given frequencies in an open tube. We went on to work on exercises related to algebraic and geometric series. I believe that it was a very satisfying session.
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Boston, MA Organic Chemistry tutoring
Today we worked over the same information from last time involving pendulums. We also went through normal waves, determining their wavelength, amplitude, frequency, and velocity. The student's last quiz was a 100! She has a test tomorrow. My main concern is that she will forget some of the basic algebraic steps when solving the problems. However, by the end of our session, she was able to apply the majority of the vocabulary without any additional input.
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