Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Today, the student needed help studying for a trigonometry test she had the next day. The test will cover concepts regarding sin/ cos/ tan functions, and degree/ radian conversions. As we went through the concepts and formulas together, she seemed fairly confident with the subject matter, and was able to walk me through the solutions to the problems we were doing. I encouraged her to look at things more visually to make sure she was on the right path to obtaining the correct answer."
"The student is preparing for her assessment test in Spanish II. She had lots of material to cover, including informal commands, preterit vs. imperfect, present progressive, demonstrative adjectives, direct and indirect pronouns and comparisons. We went over each of these areas, practicing examples, creating sentences and also practicing pronunciation."
"The student spent the session working on finishing missing assignments. He had a good understanding of most of the material. However, the preterit tense was a challenge for him. He felt good about finishing some of these overdue assignments."
"The student got a 102 on her test from last week. She completed her language lab, which is due tomorrow. She needs to complete a few recording exercises, but she will do that on her own time tonight."
"I met with the student and asked him what his goals were. We immediately began reviewing for an upcoming quiz. He also completed the homework he had. I gave him study tips to help him memorize content and testing techniques to select the proper words for his quiz."
"We reviewed the conjugation of regular and irregular verbs in the Present, Preterit, and Imperfect tenses. The student also learned the rules of the written accentuation for Spanish words, which are divided in four groups: Agudas, Graves, Esdrujulas and Sobreesdrujulas. The student has began his general review of the study material covered at school so far, as a preparation for his final exam. He has shown a remarkable improvement in conversation, reading and comprehension, and use of the grammatical Spanish figures."