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Recent Reading Geometry Tutoring Session Notes

Geometry Tutoring review by Manwinder in Reading
The student's teacher assigned homework problems associated with special parallelograms (rectangle, square, and rhombus). She was pretty comfortable with most of the concepts but we did review them again. She was able to complete the homework fairly well and it has been her best understood concept so far. I hope that we continue to do this well in the subjects in the coming weeks.
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Geometry Tutoring review by Jacqueline in Reading
We worked on more properties of circles. This included measures of angles that were formed from secant and tangent lines to circles. We discussed a multi-step problems that involved solving multiple equations with multiple unknowns. We also discussed solving for length measures that required use of the quadratic formula. The student is going to complete her worksheet and we'll review any questions she has before her test. We'll meet earlier next time so that we have enough time to prepare for the test.
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Geometry Tutoring review by James in Reading
Monday was the student's 4th Geometry tutoring session. It was excellent. Our focus was preparing for his Chapter Test covering Circles. He is required to memorize all theorems, formulas, and reference equations. By practicing about 24 problems focusing on angles and segment lengths of circles, he had no problem truly learning all the necessary information. The last question took about 20 minutes to finish. It was the most challenging question on the review. He was required to write the equation of a circle passing through three given ordered pairs. There were several steps involved with this complicated problem involving Algebra. He was up for the challenge and answered it perfectly. We reviewed the process thoroughly. He is ready to ace this test. His confidence level is very high. I instructed him to review all theorems and formulas one more time before the test. He also is going to begin SAT prep. I assigned him practice questions from his SAT prep book. We will review them next time.
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Geometry Tutoring review by Barry in Reading
We reviewed using trigonometry to find the missing measurements in problems involving angle of elevation and angle of depression. We completed his regular homework assignment as well as the extra assignment given by his teacher as a follow up to the most recent quiz. The student scored 85% on the quiz.
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Geometry Tutoring review by Dae in Reading
The student's Geometry test is tomorrow, so we picked up where we left off covering material from last week. The remainder of the chapter focused on solving for area of polygons using the apothem and finding the area of quadrilaterals. These problems require multiple steps and while a few errors were made, we worked on how to catch errors and double check work. Overall, I am seeing major improvement in his ability.
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Geometry Tutoring review by Maddy Grace in Reading
This was my first session with the student. He is doing pretty well in his Geometry class but wants to excel. He is currently being taught about ratios of lines that are secant and tangent to circles. There were a few formulas and patterns to remember, and he pretty much gets it. I noticed that his methods and techniques for solving equations are a bit unorthodox (though not technically incorrect), so I offered some advice on how to do problems in a slightly different way that will hopefully reduce mistakes. He is an upbeat and diligent student. He seemed to be trying his best to learn and improve, and he did! I taught him a few things that weren't explicitly necessary (but still useful and important), and he was fine with learning extra things. There were a couple of problems and concepts that I'd anticipated would be difficult or trick him, but he ended up breezing through! On the other hand, sometimes he'd make simple mistakes on basic problems. In general, I think he sometimes has trouble keeping his thoughts organized, so we will work on taking the problems a bit slower and using proper notation (parentheses especially).
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