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"First session. Worked with both students for 45 minutes each, talked about their work in school and their current expectations. Both are very good students, and the parent indicated that our sessions were best spent normalizing a tutor/student relationship in preparation for future (and more difficult) course work. Good session."
"We went over a lot of information for her exam on Friday including atomic orbitals, trends of the periodic table and exceptions, electron affinity, and mainly determining point groups and molecular symmetry."
"Reviewed homework with studentused quadratic equation and various graphing functions to solve a problem involving projection of a rocket across a field. Student had some trouble solving the quadratic equation, but this was just due to mistakes punching numbers into the calculator. Overall, she did well with this work and seemed to understand the concept of the problem by its completion."
"Student did an awesome job today. We worked on a lot of different types of questions dealing with basic dividing, converting percentages to decimals, and converting decimals into percentages. He is understanding very well and is doing a good job. "
"The student is taking Calculus 2 over the summer. He has an exam on Monday and wanted to make sure that he was comfortable with the material. His exam covers homogeneous and first order differentiation, using integration to find area/volume, and miscellaneous differential equations. He has a good understanding of the material. We spent a good amount of time going over practice problems."
" I filled in for the student's regular tutor. We studied for a chemistry test he had the next day which covered density, dimensional analysis, and temperature conversions. We finished a few review sheets that he had and I think that he felt much more confident with the material at the end of the session."
"SAT lesson. It has been a few weeks since our last lesson, so I wanted to cover at least two subjects. We completed the first portion of a writing section. To address some of the issues, we completed part of the grammar review at the beginning of the book, and he did seem to have a better grasp of parallel structure errors afterwards. We then moved onto math, which is definitely the subject that interests him most, and he perked up. We finished two full sections, and he was able to do the first threefourths almost all on his own. We spent time on each discussing the last fourth of the hardest questions on the test. He has improved noticeably in math over the course of the lessons, and I think we should spend at least 50% of our remaining time on this section to maximize his potential for score increase."
"Topics Covered: review of usubstitution for integration, word problems with integrals, review of finding the area under the curve geometrically and using calculus.
Progress Achieved: The student can now successfully use usubstitution to take an antiderivative, and can correctly set up and solve for areas under the curve."
Progress Achieved: The student can now successfully use usubstitution to take an antiderivative, and can correctly set up and solve for areas under the curve."
"The student and I covered general chemistry review concepts that involve the introduction of organic chemistry. The first topic we went over is the concept of electronegativity (involves geometry of compound, lone pairs, and the top 4 most electronegative ions: F, O, Cl, N). We also spent a good amount of time going over Lewis structures and resonance. I emphasized the importance of major vs minor contributors in a resonance structure, and how that will be crucial in a lot of the organic chemistry reactions. Additionally, I showed her the formula for calculating formal charge (FC = group #  # of bonds  # of electrons.) We plan on covering nomenclature and acid/base chemistry for next session."
"The student and I went over the voltage, current, and resistance formulas and did problems that related these variables to each other. We also went over parallel and series circuits and the rules for each. She learned how to calculate the total resistance for a series of resisters, and how to use that value to calculate the current through each resistor. We completed the homework that is due in two weeks (after her spring break)."
"The student had taken a full practice test, so we went through some of the questions she had missed. She had missed some inference questions in long reading passages, sentence error questions in writing, and difficult algebra and word problems in math. I gave her tips for handling each type of question and also corrected her answers with explanations. I then reminded her to do a little bit of practice throughout the week so that she could maintain her skills so far. We discussed her progress in vocabulary, and ended the session by agreeing to focus on the rest of the test and on the writing section for the last session."
"The student is all caught up with everything, and he informed me that he got an A on the oral part of his final. I don't have anything but good things to say, and there really isn't much he can do to improve since he is caught up with his coursework. I would just advise him to keep studying over the break."
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