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Your CLEP Principles of Management tutor can help you study for each of the four main parts of the exam, as follows:
Functional aspects of management (45-55% of the exam)
Organization and human resources (15-25%)
Operational aspects of management (10-20%)
International management and contemporary issues (10-20%)
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Recent CLEP Principles of Management Tutoring Session Notes
Today was our first session. Vocabulary is her area of greatest need, so we spent a lot of time today going over word roots and how to break down words into prefixes, suffixes, and stems. We also worked some on the reading comprehension part, going over some strategy to break it down a bit more.
We finished the final 3 sections of the test that the student did on her own, and we scored the whole test. Her scores were significantly higher than the first time she took the test - and these higher scores are MUCH more representative of her abilities. Her math skills are absolutely ELITE, and her verbal and writing skills are also top-notch. The only thing left is to make sure that she can perform under the time constraints as well. I have very little doubt.
The student took a full length math test, since he hadn't taken one under timed conditions. Within an hour, he was able to get to all except the last ten, so we discussed strategies for time management. We also continued discussing important geometry concepts and formulas.
Reviewed SAT English
Sentence Completion, Sentence correction
Techniques practiced - covering answers, coming up with correct guesses, guessing at if the word is positive or negative, answer elimination
Reviewed basic grammar/proofreading skills
Never begin sentences with But or And
Avoid too many pronouns
Notes for future sessions
Review grammar/sentence diagramming (removing prepositional phrases)
Homework: Writing and writing prompts
The student and I reviewed all the parts of the ISEE test for grades 7 and 8. He could spend some time on vocabulary development but his knowledge of all the other areas is very strong. He has work to do before our next meeting and plans to email me a short essay.