Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We reviewed the notes she took from her most recent class and completed the in-class work her teacher had given. This is a new topic for the student, but she seemed comfortable with the material so far."
"We reviewed properties of congruent triangles and the different theorems to prove two triangles are congruent. She improved a lot during our session and understood when to use which theorems when writing a proof."
"The student just had a test last week and received a 91% on it. We started to look ahead to what he will be learning in class this coming week. We covered the sections on mid-segments and bi-sectors and did some practice problems."
"We went over the student's homework with isosceles trapezoids. We also reviewed theorems of 6 quadrilaterals for his exam."
"We reviewed congruent triangles and how to prove congruent triangles (including proofs). We also reviewed quadratic equations and converting to vertex form."
"The student has an exam tomorrow. We worked some review problems she struggles with. We worked on the HL theorem, and once she got that down she was good. I believe she will do well tomorrow."
"The student and I continue to work on problems involving line segments inside of triangles, perpendicular bisectors, medians, altitudes, and their points of concurrency, as well as Euler's law that says the points of concurrency are collinear."
"During this session, other than looking over the most recent geometry exam and correcting the mistakes of the teacher, sin, cos, and tangent were reviewed in preparation for the next week of material."
"Covered all of chapter 4 to get ahead of the class. Did not do review problems, but did problems independently from each section. The student grasped the concepts well and is clearly improving his understanding of Geometry."
"Reviewed inequalities from an assessment book; created action plan which requires the student to check in with mom daily to prepare for the upcoming test; solved compound inequalities."
"The student and I went over negations, contra positives, inverses, and inverse proofs. I started by going over the concepts in the beginning and having him write them down on his formula sheet at the back of his binder, and then we worked on his homework."
"The student and I started on PSAT review. We covered test tips and started the math section. He did well and quickly grasped new concepts and techniques."