Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We covered frequencies and how they can be used to create bar graphs and histograms. We also talked about how these two graphics can tell us if our dataset is normal. We worked on his homework, which is due on Thursday."
"We covered linear regressions. Everything was smooth and easy to understand. The parts I think might cause him a little bit of problem is the least square model and the residuals. We made sure he understood all the concepts."
"We covered mean and median as well as dipped a little bit into variance and standard deviation. The biggest struggle was with some paradoxical word problems. Beyond that, we used excel to work out the problems that helps him sort the numbers faster and be able to manipulate that data in a cross platform environment."
"We covered normal distribution curves, Z scores, finding missing x values in normal distribution curves, the 68-95-99.7 Empirical rule, and how to read a Z-score chart. She had a little bit of trouble at first, but she managed to build momentum through the questions rapidly after she got over her biggest hurdles."
"We covered permutations and computations today. She was struggling a little bit at the beginning with the formulas and when to use them, but by the end, I think she had it down! Her attitude seemed extremely confident towards the end. We will practice a little bit more, but it seemed like she understood the material well."
"We covered probability and events (dependent & independent), unions and intersections, and complements."