Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I reviewed for his Geometry test. We went over solving angles with variables, theorems, and proofs. He struggled with proofs, but after I quizzed him a few times, he started to understand theorems better and knew the final steps."
"The student and I reviewed graphing absolute value equations, writing slope-intercept form of an equation, and direct variation. He got 95 percent of the questions correct. He needs to practice working more with fractions and direct variation."
"The student and I reviewed graphing rational functions, including locating the intercepts of the graph and finding vertical, horizontal, and oblique asymptotes. We also analyzed graphs of rational functions with a hole."
"The student and I reviewed Green's theorem, conservative vector fields, transitioning systems, and setting up integrals. He seems very well prepared but nervous. I am trying to drill home the core concepts of sketching your diagrams and systematically determining your equations to give him a confident skill to fall back to for his tests."
"The student and I reviewed her completed Group Assignment 1. Her phrasing in her responses looked pretty good. We discovered that her choice of a dependent variable in one of the questions was difficult to interpret, and we worked on interpreting its values. We also discovered that her answer about the Levene's test was incorrect, and we reviewed what her findings actually indicated. We are going to be in contact through email over these next few days as she completes this assignment."
"The student and I reviewed her homework for class, which was graphing data and finding the best fit trig model for the set of data. She was able to work through each of the problems. I have left her with additional problems for practice."