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[COVERED]: We discussed Gasses. We began with a quick review of molecular dipoles, then moved on to a discussion of intermolecular forces, including examples. We discussed how they influence boiling points. We discussed the ideal gas law, and its assumptions, with particular discussion of the implications of those assumptions. We discussed how to save time and reduce error on stoichiometry problems. We discussed Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures and defined mole fraction. We discussed the energy of ideal gasses and how that informs the root-mean-square speed. We discussed the derivation of Graham's Law and its predictions. We discussed deviations from ideality, using the van der Waals equations of state as out-of-scope background info. We then discussed the thermodynamics of gases. We began with the 1st Law in its most semantically coherent form. We discussed the energy requirements of compression, and the nature of adiabatic expansions and how to recognize them on the test. We then discussed P-V graphs and how to interpret the work cycle of engines. We discussed transmural pressure and how to understand the energy requirements of isobaric and isothermal expansions. [PROGRESS/CHALLENGES}: The student needed a little help with unifying the old and IUPAC chemical naming conventions re: acetone. We will review this again in our next session. [EXTRA PRACTICE]: I assigned the student rote memorization of the component laws (Boyle's, e.g.), as well as some summary statements from our notes. Next session is on Friday, and will cover chemical kinetics, general equilibrium chemistry, and solution equilibria.
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Fullerton, CA GRE tutoring
We had a very productive session, working on some vocabulary and a little bit more reading practice for passages and short arguments. His homework is to do a practice test, and we'll check in on his progress on Wednesday evening.
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Fullerton, CA GRE tutoring
We covered essays (structure, planning, and evidence) and math (factors, quadratics, triangles, and circles). She has made a lot of progress. We still need to review some things, but I think she's getting more confident and with good reason!
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Fullerton, CA GRE tutoring
During today's session, the student and I finalized preparations for her GRE next Thursday by again working through official practice questions from the Verbal section of the exam. She is now very familiar and comfortable with the style and content of GRE Verbal questions, and I am optimistic about her exam score.
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Fullerton, CA GRE tutoring
During this session we covered the argument prompt of the GRE. We worked on thesis techniques and practiced outline writing. In addition, the student wrote two practice essays during the time allotted. He needs work on the issue prompt and increasing the amount that he writes. Other than that, he has been progressing quite well. For next week, he needs to write another essay for us to go over and prepare for a comprehensive quiz of the vocab list.
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Fullerton, CA GRE tutoring
In this session, she and I reviewed the problems she got incorrect and a few other concepts on the Diagnostic #13 for GRE Math. We worked on factoring, and some geometry and probability. She is not a super fan of factoring (smile!), but I gave her some tips and some factoring identities that will make this a little more comfortable for her. We did not get to do any verbal problem review; however, she has already received her first personalized Verbal exam, and our plan coming into these last sessions before her exam is to solely do incorrect or questionable problem review. She asked that the next personalized Verbal be sent, and we will be reviewing the first two personalized Verbal exams and GRE Math Diagnostics 2 and 12.
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