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We went over one of the student's tests. Needless to say, I think she's in a really great position to do better. After working through a bit of the other three sections, we focused on English. We talked through some general strategies for the section (clear, concise, and active) as well as some specific rules of grammar. She already understands how things get more fun after they've become easy through practice, and I can see her growing there with the ACT already.
Today we began by working on synonyms, looking at strategies for attacking the questions with a focus on word roots, prefixes, suffixes and trying to make educated guesses when all else fails. We then worked on analogies, with an emphasis on word relationships between the given words. We finished up with some math work. The student had emailed me the results of a practice SSAT on Thursday so we will reevaluate once she has taken another practice test. I think we made good progress today.
We went through more of the student's writing work that I gave him for homework. He is doing a lot better with the writing, and recognizing the standard errors (consistency, incorrect modifiers, idiom usage etc.).
We went over some math as well, mainly exponents. I have tasked him to do a full practice test, as well as the rest of the math practice questions in his prep book.
The student and I continued working on SAT Writing subjects. He has already seen a significant improvement in his practice scores. I asked him to write an essay for the next time we meet, to determine his composite score for Practice Test 2.
In reviewing the student's recent ACT scores, we decided to focus our sessions primarily on Math and Science, which were the sections he has the most room for improvement in. I gave him a breakdown of what types of questions he will see in the math section and we went through examples of trigonometry problems because he hasn't been exposed to extensive trigonometry. We also went through two science passages, focusing on how to approach the questions and use the passage to his advantage.
The student and I introduced ourselves and then discussed her previous SAT exam performances. She mentioned that she wanted help on reading. I started off by teaching her the sentence completion strategy of filling in the blank and matching her own answer. We practiced 15 practice questions on that. I also taught her and had her practice reading comprehension strategy, adapting the strategy to different types of passages.