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During our first session we reviewed previous material from his first week of class. We completed chapter 10: reviewed concepts in each section and did representative example and practice problems. The goal is to improve the students confidence in regards to approaching problems and knowing how to systematically solve them. His 2nd quiz is this Friday on Chapter 11. As long as he remains calm and thinks through the problem while solving, I anticipate him performing better than his 1st assessment.

We covered 1 assignment and 3/4 of another today. The student wants to brush up on his math skills which is understandable as he hasn't taken a math course in 7 years. I would recommend that he schedules a few more sessions per week to give him the opportunity to review the things he has forgotten and to finish up all the assignments he has to complete.

The tutor reviewed basic concepts with the students according to the review sheet for the class. The students and the tutor also worked through problems from the study guides. He helped students with the problems that covered the concepts of normal distribution, mean, median, mode, standard deviations, variance, etc.

The student was preparing to take two final exams for the semester, specifically in his math classes. We took time to review some of the problems from his final exam. He also had other questions he had to answer from a writing class. I gave some advice on the problems as well as the written questions he needed to answer. He sent me other problems later on in the evening and the next day.

We covered 90% of homework on 1.1: evaluating functions, adding/subtracting/multiplying/dividing fractions, finding the domain and word problem applications of functions. He was able to complete most if it himself with only a few questions and a few small errors that he spotted when I mentioned them.

Student had an excellent grasp of current material being studied and reviewed for upcoming test. Had her practice each subject she was currently reviewing and she was able to solve with both speed and correctness. Worked ahead by incorporating other knowledge into practice problems and once explained she understood how to solve and reach answers quickly.