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Garden Grove, CA LSAT tutoring
We began by discussing a question about Equilibrium that the student still had. Using an in-session animation and visualizations of the concept of K-eq and Q, I was able to get her to understand Equilibrium, spontaneity, K-eq, and Le Chatelier's principle as it applies to acid/base and the common ion effect. We then moved on to Redox. We started with Formal Charge, and comparing it to Oxidation State using the analogy of "electron robbery." Based on that, we reviewed the oxidation rules. We then talked about Flavin Hydride carriers, which allowed us to meander into Bio-redox in order to answer some of her questions. We discussed ATP yields from glucose metabolism, beta-oxidation, glycolysis, and the Electron Transport Chain. She will review Acid/Base on her own over the weekend. If she needs help, we'll do that. If not, solutions and phases will be what we review.
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Today, we focused on reviewing the student's practice test this week. We spent the first 15 minutes or so warming up on new problems, logic games and logical reasoning, and then spent the remaining time working through two LG problems where she missed questions. We really focused on accurate set-ups and she saw that a minute or two longer on this step can really save you on the whole problem. She ended up getting the problems 100% correct after setting them up again. She will be taking another practice test before our next meeting and we will review her Logical Reasoning sections.
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Garden Grove, CA LSAT tutoring
Since it was a one off session, my meeting with the student covered a lot of ground. We started by discussing his past performance on practice exams, and an LSAT he took in February. We discussed the roles that fatigue and anxiety can play in test performance, and methods for combating them. I also suggested some tips for being physically prepared to sit the exam, including lots of sleep, good hydration, and proper eating the day of. We moved on to the substantive sections of the exam. It was quickly clear that he consistently performs very well on the logical reasoning sections of the exam. He seems to have internalized the LSAT arguments comprehensively, and should have consistently good performance on these sections going forward. He is consistently stressed for time on the reading comprehension sections. I demonstrated how to read passages for structure and key terms rather than for full comprehension. We went over the benefits of this strategy and the importance of reviewing referenced passages, and staying aware of holes in comprehension. I pointed out that it might be difficult to learn in the time before the June exam, but that if he could devote the time to practice it, it would not only give him more time to complete questions, but would also improve his ability to answer structural questions. He seemed very enthusiastic, and keen to try the method out. While most of his anxiety seems to focus on logic games, he performs well on them. I did suggest triaging the games, and attacking the hardest games last, in order to maximize correct answers and keep up momentum. Also, to help with his speed and work on the hardest problems, I encouraged him to familiarize himself with the basics of propositional logic. Finally, we discussed a plan for him to prepare with between now and the test date. He will take a practice test every week, and two the week before the exam. Throughout, he will spend some time reviewing the answers he gets incorrect, and training on practice problems from old exams.
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Garden Grove, CA LSAT tutoring
The student and I continued our work towards improving her LSAT score by focusing on her weaknesses in the logical reasoning section. We spent a good amount of time going through a long list of weaken/strengthen and assumption question types. I went over the detailed strategy for each question and explained how to arrive at the correct answer for the questions she got wrong. She improved as she got further into the questions and is beginning to improve her skills on this section.
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Garden Grove, CA LSAT tutoring
The student and I reviewed his extra practice assigned from his last session and then moved into a discussion of different question types on the LR section of the test. Before our next session, he is going to complete PT 64 as well as begin to read the guide's sections on assumption family questions and some specific question types. He expressed that he is feeling distinct improvement in his performance on the test, and I agree completely!
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Garden Grove, CA LSAT tutoring
Today, we did a math review, using very difficult practice questions; the session was quite successful and encouraging. The student can still improve by going more slowly and writing everything out. Next session, we will focus on vocabulary.
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