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Economics Tutoring review by Andrea in Round Rock, TX
The student and I focused primarily on preparing for the optional Writing portion of the ACT. In addition to reviewing and correcting problems from the practice test he completed this past week, we critiqued two sample essays and made notes for future improvements. The main areas the student is working on for his future essays are spelling errors, avoiding repetition, and being more specific rather than general in his statements.
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Economics Tutoring review by Drew in Round Rock, TX
The student and I worked on various torque and rotational motion problems to help her study for the test tomorrow. She has very strong fundamentals when it comes to solving physics problems and algebraic manipulations. She needs to be careful setting problems up by drawing a carefully labeled diagram, remembering which equations apply to given situations, etc, but her overall skills are strong.
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Economics Tutoring review by Caroline in Round Rock, TX
The student and I started our first lesson by getting to know one another. We went over the assessment test format and structure. We then went over the rules of the test, the timing of the test and the main strategies that the student should use and be familiar with. Finally, we reviewed the first section of the diagnostic test and focused on vocabulary development and strategies. Homework was a reading passage with new vocabulary and quantitative comparison questions.
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Economics Tutoring review by Jocelyn in Round Rock, TX
I did an initial reading assessment with the student, and discussed with her why she has trouble with books with chapters.  We reviewed recent reading and comprehension homework, and began working on techniques for increasing reading comprehension (sentence structure, and using context clues).  I discussed the plan for upcoming sessions with her mother and recommended getting a book with chapters for us to read together.
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Economics Tutoring review by Layla in Round Rock, TX
This session we worked on both math and writing. Using the student's math homework as a basis, we discussed proportional reasoning skills. She used ratios to make statements about sample populations. We discussed fractions as ratios, touched on unit rates, reciprocal fractions, and inverse operations, all as a means of justifying equivalent ratios. In addition, I showed her how to use ratio tables to demonstrate proportional relationships. We also worked on writing skills. We discussed how to use paragraphing in narrative writing, as well as how to incorporate background information such as setting, and character descriptions into the dialogue and plot of a story.
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Economics Tutoring review by Jonathan in Round Rock, TX
We worked through the student's dissertation to get all the variables calculated again. We discussed the variables to see how they fit and how they are defined then we began on our estimation for the research itself covering the very first regression (a probit) which showed a relationship exists. Then we tried more controls and found a clear endogenous relationship. Dropping the endogenous factors, we found a strong relationship.
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