Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We reviewed problems for upcoming quiz. We highlighted areas of devising a slope from given scenario information and being able to summarize what the slope displays about the data. In addition, we completed work in finding the residual equations and determined the accuracy of the predicted data. We completed at least 15 additional practice problems and discussed each solution in depth."
"Today, the student finished up her homework over dependent t-tests and began her homework on independent t-tests. She is starting to get the process of solving each different type of t test because all the steps are very much the same. The only difference is the way to calculate some means and standard deviation. She is receiving full credit for her homework assignments that we work through and her projects that she works with a classmate. She has a test next Thursday, and we will meet before the test. Currently, she has brought her grade up to an 80%!"
"The student and I went over specifically probability rules and concepts; general addition rule for finding the probability union of two events. The topics here was very challenging for my student, especially when trying to apply them to word problems. I told her to try and understand the concepts of probability as we will be doing an in depth review of that on the next session. Overall, the session was great."
"The student and I covered most of the terminology that was on the review sheet for the exam, and we covered some of the problems that were included on the problem sets. I saw some of her grades, and gave her some practice problems and examples to make some of the material clearer. I found some useful websites that I will send to her soon, and we'll resume our preparation on Sunday."
"I did a revision of the student's class notes from last Saturday's class. I covered the binomial distribution, and expected values."
"The student reported that he took his exam and on the second try was able to earn an 89. We went over the questions he had issues with. This led us to spend time on Z-scores and normal distributions. We also focused on percentiles and the center percentages of a distribution."