Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Tonight, we reviewed sequential functions, the f(a + h) form of derivatives (introduction), and asymptotes (for which we used the platform's practice problems). The student is doing great, and simply wanted to review a few concepts prior to her midterm tomorrow. We are both optimistic about her success and eagerly anticipate receiving feedback after the break. We will resume tutoring as normal on Saturday's."
"We briefly went over the student's Physics homework assignment, and then we proceeded to spend the majority of the session on her Physics final exam review. She has a solid understanding of how to draw pictures of systems, so none of the problems seemed too challenging for her. I helped her understand her kinematics and motion equations."
"We completed lessons on 2 sections of Module 3 and practice problems for respective sections. The student has excellent focus, and a good ability to properly identify the features of the trig problems and triangles. Next session, we will focus and practice on the unit circle."
"We completed the square, found limits, and worked on composite functions for the student's test review for next week. We also found the domain and range and determined if a function had a minimum and a maximum. Lastly, we determined the end trends for functions."
"We continued covering topics on exponential and logarithmic functions. We discussed their graphs and the relationship between the two. I had the student complete practice problems from each chapter section. My goal for her is to familiarize herself with the graphs and know the steps needed to solve the problems."
"We continued our review for the student's final by going over a previous quiz. The material included law of sines/cosines and other concepts involving triangles. She had little issue with using the law of sines and was able to master it quickly. After some practice, we moved on to reviewing basic triangle concepts, particularly the angle sum theorem. We spent the rest of the session reviewing the law of cosines and practicing with previous test questions."