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Coral Springs, FL GMAT tutoring
The student and I met to go over a practice test that she had started. We began by going through two reading comprehension passages. She scored a 20/27 on the section, which is above average but not where she wants to be. I encouraged her to take notes in the passages and also go with her first answer more often in order to save time and increase accuracy. After completing the RC, we moved on to grade the logical reasoning section she took. She scored a 20/25, which is very good. We went over some of the problems she missed and discussed, in detail, how to arrive at the right answer. At the end of the session, we practiced some more logical reasoning questions.
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Coral Springs, FL GMAT tutoring
The student scored a 141 on his last exam, and would like to get up to at least a 149; we worked on both logical reasoning and logic games. He is faster on the logical reasoning than he was before, and we have been approaching the section a little differently with some better strategies for problem solving. We also worked on initial diagrams in the logic games, drawing extra conclusions from various rules (combining rules). I will send him practice sections between now and our next session, including an essay prompt to work on.
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Coral Springs, FL GMAT tutoring
The student scored a 153 in the last preptest, with logic games being the most problematic section for her by a small margin. We are continuing with logic game study of more game types, in order to cement good diagramming and rule-making practices, and some techniques for LR, in order to rephrase main points in general terms to avoid having to engage in time-consuming diagramming, which I generally don't recommend for that section. Her homework is preptest 55, review of preptest 56, and three different logic games worksheets to get more practice in. I recommended a minimum of two hours of study a day at this point, not counting the preptest time. Good session!
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Coral Springs, FL GMAT tutoring
The student should be really proud of all the progress she's made. She has gotten much better at diagramming games, and is getting a hang of the strategies for handling if/ then questions. She should spend more time on the more complex linear games, and think more about different ways to make her diagrams simpler and easier to understand.
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Coral Springs, FL GMAT tutoring
The student took a full practice test. He scored well. For the most part his score was consistent with his scores on sections he practiced one at a time. We went over a logic game. The premise of the game confused us at first, but we caught on to it. I showed the student how I would diagram, make deductions, and rule out answer choices. I recommended more practice on older logic games because some of those have unusual premises. Then we went over some arguments. Conditional diagramming came up several times. I talked about how to recognize "universals," to help focus on the real important stuff. The student did well on reading comprehension.
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Coral Springs, FL GMAT tutoring
The student took a practice exam this week and scored a 147. The problem was primarily test anxiety. We discussed some time management and stress management strategies, then moved on to review the logical reasoning content she's covered in her lesson book, primarily paradox and inference questions. She's going to keep working in her lesson book, and we'll meet next week.
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