Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Today, we were able to complete the student's test on subjects she had previously learned. We worked on word problem solving and geometric applications of circle, polygons, cones, and rectangles. We also worked with imaginary numbers, which the student struggled with initially."
"We covered infinite limits for hyperbolic functions, vertical, horizontal, oblique asymptotes involving long division, and graphing of inverse trig functions. The student struggled the most with the understanding of hyperbolic functions. He asked a lot of questions about the meaning of hyperbolic functions and how they are related to exponential functions, but he understood the concept at the end."
"We covered solving trig functions identity limits and graphing exponential functions. She struggled mostly with shifting functions, and graphing those shifts. She felt great about the work. This is mostly review material for her, so she's been doing mostly very well. We went through quick ways to show shifts, and scales. We went over her whole packet, she had extra questions to finish from. I was made aware of her last quiz, in which she did pretty well on. "
"We covered some of the same topics from last time, as well as parameterizing a curve, defining domain and range, and finding limits. He was in tone with the lesson and was able to get a better understanding of the material."
"We covered some review questions from the student's practice midterm exam. They involved functions, finding tangent lines, and taking derivatives using various differentiation rules (chain rule, product rule, etc.). She needed help with chart type problems, so we went through each of them step by step, and she picked them up pretty quickly. It was obvious that she had already learned most of the material, and for most of the questions, she just needed to have her memory refreshed. She has a great attitude toward learning the material."
"We covered standard approach to related rate problems, even I was preparing limits as his parents recommended. Work has to move in 2 directions: keep him at his class work level with additional work and do extensive review of the past material to make sure that foundation is not lost. Geometry and Trigonometry have to be evaluated to make sure that he uses concepts from previous years in high school freely."