Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The client wanted review of homework for her introductory statistics course. We practiced making and interpreting various types of graphs (histograms, pareto, pie charts, scatterplots), and we also practiced z-scores and correlation."
"The student and I continued to work on linear algebra. We worked on topics, including dimension, span, rank, nullity, kernel, and vector spaces. Initially, we just went over the various formulas that are involved, as well as the theorems that go along with all of these topics. We then worked through example problems. I can see that she has been working very diligently in her study of linear algebra, as she is demonstrating a very high level of understanding and is actually doing many problems completely in her head. I am very pleased with the progress that she has made."
"The student and I covered basic statistics. We covered mostly the median calculations, boxplots, and interquartile ranges. His attitude was awesome! He was learning everything quickly, and seemed motivated and excited to get a better grasp of the material. A big win was his understanding the median calculations well, which allowed us to delve into the material about quartiles."
"The student and I covered box-and-whisker plots, probability density functions, and normal distributions."
"The student and I covered simple linear regression and hypothesis testing. The student had a project she needed to complete and it involved using linear regression and hypothesis testing. She needed help understanding how to interpret the output and how to report her findings."
"The student and I covered t-tests and ANOVAs for this sessions. She seemed to be struggling the most with converting the results into conclusions. However, after going through the first set she progressed quickly, and is now able to finish the problem set on her own. I showed some tricks on Excel to make the analysis easier. I think we had a successful session, and since it was a one-time session, I wish her the best of luck in neuropsych!"