Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Today, the student and I went over concepts on her upcoming math final. She did a great job with area determination, interquartiles, graphing linear equations, and angle determination, but she needed help with mixed number operations, percentage problems, and linear equation determination. I made sure to write thorough notes on these concepts for her to study, and I guided her through the notes to make sure she understood the material. I think she will do a great job on her final, but she will need to do extra practice and studying. I will find some resources to help her get prepared."
"The student and I worked on math. Her final is next week so we began reviewing the few chapters that will be on her final."
"The student didn't have too much math homework this day. We went over the year's final math segment. A win was that we were able to do a problem we had struggled with the week before, converting square meters into square centimeters. We spent the remainder of the session going over the student's ELA speech on John Lennon. This was well-researched and the student was enthusiastic."
"We covered more combinations and permutation problems. I showed her the difference and similarity between the "with replacement" and "without replacement" problems, which she seems to understand better now. We also covered two problems with distinguishable repetition. She seemed to understand better by the end of the session."
"The student and I reviewed many different concepts from her math class in preparation for her final exam next week. We went over circles, angles of depression, logarithms, rational functions, and more. She has a good grasp on the majority of subjects and we will continue to work on more next time."
"The student and I reviewed his math problems for his upcoming final. He has a good understanding of the concepts and is able to set up the problems correctly. He has an issue working quickly through the problems and making mistakes (adding or multiplying wrong). He doesn't feel rushed during tests, so we talked about slowing down to make sure the problems are correct. He worked really hard this semester!"