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Computer Science Tutoring review by Matt in Sandy, UT
The student and I went over search and sort algorithms, with a focus on explaining her thought process like she would in an interview. She is a little rusty on syntax with certain data types (namely nodes and dictionaries), but she is very personable while reasoning through the problem out loud. Her explanations are generally clear, and she can restate or clarify a point without hesitating when asked. Next time, we will go over some classic search and sorting algorithms so that she can comfortably utilize them to solve bigger problems.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Miller in Sandy, UT
Today, the student and I continued work on Program 1 in her ICS 33 programming course. We started the day with a review of our previous session's material, then jumped right into the next step. We focused on the definitions of a Python dictionary, set, and file and how those various types of data were used. We also worked on development methods for single-line (terminal) UI as well as some general practices for programmatic thinking and problem solving. She performed incredibly well, showing marked progress after only a single review session on her own time. I left her with a call to review the material presented today as well as all of her previous work and to generate questions based on what she found. Our next session is scheduled later this week.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Jacques in Sandy, UT
We covered most of the basic and advanced techniques regarding Excel, along with how to perform these actions, such as working with individual cells, creating formulas, and creating/editing graphs. We briefly touched on PowerPoint, as the student stated he was very comfortable with it. He was comfortable with everything covered. He was very positive towards the material covered. I had him perform the techniques as they were covered in order to ensure he had full understanding of the use of Excel and PowerPoint. I included links to keyboard shortcuts for both programs.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Anissa in Sandy, UT
We covered packages, postfix vs. prefix operators, order of precedence, exceptions, implicit conversion, and sizes of data types. We discussed in more detail inheritance and interfaces. We discussed downcasting vs. upcasting. We will cover as much as possible tomorrow, but I sent a list of resources for him to review.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Larry in Sandy, UT
We covered some Java basics, including Java Classes and variable declarations. We began work on a project to create an address book. There is still much more work to do, and we are scheduling a session for tomorrow.
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Computer Science Tutoring review by Alaap in Sandy, UT
We covered the most important data structures including binary trees, heaps, graphs, and queues, and also talked about the efficiency of retrieval, removal, and search. We also went over sorting algorithms and their efficiency. The student needed a bit of help with the balance of AVL trees, so we covered enough for what he needed to know for his exam tomorrow. He was a dedicated learner.
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