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"Today we started with ISEE prep. We put together a schedule so that the first half of tutoring will be designated to math preparation. Started with Arithmetic and some strategy for quantitative reasoning."
"Met with the student and reviewed his class notes. The class tests seem to come mainly from the notes, so I emphasized the importance of filling in the notes during the teacher's lecture."
"During my session with the student, we read several books both together and to each other. He clearly comprehends the vocabulary, the details, and overview of the story. He knows that books are read lefttoright and toptobottom and relates the pictures to the story easily. He also read through about 20 sight words with little hesitation. He does struggle with decoding words, blends, and vowel sounds. His parents would like for him to gain confidence in these areas, and I agree. Consequently, we spent a large part of the session working creating, identifying, and sounding out words with blends especially bl, cl, th, sh. He is an eager learner and began picking up on these sounds quickly. Next week, I hope to continue with these as well as working with short and long vowel sounds. "
"Topics: The student and I covered a complete review of the things we were working on through the semester, with emphasis on certain topics that he found hard, including % yield, Limiting reagents, Redox equations, and thermochemistry. We also worked on a 40 question take home quiz during this time. Progress: I believe the student has made leaps and bounds during the semester. He has a solid B in the class and can get an A if he scores an 85% on his final (very doable). By the end of the semester he was able to handle the workload and is passing all his classes with a B or better. "
"This was the last lesson before the test, so we focused on what we felt was most needed  science and reading. The student performed above expectations on the math SAT, and has been doing reasonably well on math homework. She is also very comfortable now with the English ACT format. We devoted this lesson to inclass sections in science and reading, with a close eye on the clock, stopping to discuss specific questions afterward. We also looked briefly at the essay section and sample questions, but she should be fine. She did well on her inclass sections, and this should be a good confidence boost going into the test. Finally, after grading some of her recent homework and inclass tests, we looked at her projected scores. She should score between 3033 on each section, and slightly higher on math and English."
"I graded Student 1's Math and Critical Reading section before Student 2 arrived. When Student 2 came to the session, we went over his SAT score and ways he can improve his score (mostly practicing to improve his accuracy and timing). Afterwards, we worked on an improving sentences section. We spent the remainder of the session working through the Math SAT questions that Student 1 skipped on her practice test. I assigned 1 Critical Reading and 1 Math section for them to complete by the next session."
"The student and I continued working on his descriptive writing and vocabulary development. He did very well with his summaries of "The Magician's Nephew," and he responded very well to our work with the root "chron." He expressed interest in using roots for future vocabulary work."
"In my first session this fall with the student we went through all of her class D2L pages and syllabi, and talked about where she thinks she will have difficulties. We went through her schedules and talked about how she should approach studying for tests, and what papers/projects will require the most work. Then we found the needed research for one of her psych papers (a matching journal article and newspaper article on a psych issue from her textbook)."
"The student and I read, reviewed, and studied a chapter from his American History book over the Second Great Awakening and the Temperance Movement. We then worked to fill out a terms graph his teacher had assigned. The student worked hard and we completed the homework. The session went well."
"Functions and quadratic equations and functions. Symmetry and its types, and ratios of areas, volumes of similar figures and solids. Also algebraic formulas commonly used in SAT tests, SAT strategies, and vocabulary. The student is making progress in both new concepts and revisited ones. She is definitely getting more confident with respect to the Math portion of the test."
"The student and I worked through the rest of her practice test for tomorrow's exam. She worked through questions 1  9 on her own over the last few days and got all of them correct! She is going to go over the last five we worked through today until she understands the concepts fully. She is finally grasping negative exponents and solving systems of equations and is feeling pretty confident about her test."
"The student and I had a great penultimate session today. She's discovered a new technique for reading the paired passages that really works well for her, and her score on the Reading, passagebased questions has really achieved new heights and new consistency! Vocabulary continues to be her weakest point, and she still has lots of flashcards to look at for the first time and to review, so I've encouraged her to put some time into that this week.
The student found the prep test math sections to be quite challenging, but I don't believe we'll see this reflected in her final College Board Review test. Finally, her writing score has also reached a point of greater consistency over the last couple weeks. All in all, a great way to go into her final 10 days before the test. For next week, I've asked her to focus on vocab, take the final College Board practice exam, and to do some extra selfediting and reflection on the essay that she writes."
The student found the prep test math sections to be quite challenging, but I don't believe we'll see this reflected in her final College Board Review test. Finally, her writing score has also reached a point of greater consistency over the last couple weeks. All in all, a great way to go into her final 10 days before the test. For next week, I've asked her to focus on vocab, take the final College Board practice exam, and to do some extra selfediting and reflection on the essay that she writes."
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