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Continued the routine with another practice test from the book. the student is showing improvement with her vocabulary in the reading section and continues to perform at a high level for the writing section. Math is still her biggest challenge, but the shortcuts I'm teaching her should save her precious time on the exam. I also think she is gaining confidence on the math section, which is probably her greatest obstacle because she is reluctant to guess if she has any doubts.

We started by going over reading comprehension-- the passages I assigned for homework, and then the rest left in the practice test. Then we moved on to analogies. The student is definitely showing more comfort with both sections. I assigned a few more analogies and synonyms to work on at home.

We worked on sentence completion strategies (looking for opposite, identifying language), as well as did practice sections. We also worked on vocabulary building activities and reading comprehension review (how to approach passages, look at questions beforehand). Went over the essay and pre-writing strategies. The student completed one practice essay. We discussed how to be more specific and how to include more details. We wrapped up with a few math problems.

Today was my first meeting with the student. We went over a diagnostic test to see where she had trouble. She did very well in the math portion of the exam. We need to work on verbal strategies and some test anxiety issues.

Today we began to take an in depth look at the concepts from the book. We went through all the concepts in chapters 1 and 2 (basic math and kinematics). We talked through the concepts to make sure the student understood the physics and worked out each example problem to make sure he was comfortable applying the concepts.

The student completed a full length ACT practice test over the weekend so we spent some of the sessions scoring the test. I appreciate the student's willingness to complete his at-home assignments. His weaknesses are still in the reading and science sections, so extra practice with those will be necessary. We worked through the English section and went over the ones he missed. The student will need some extra geometry practice for the math section.