Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"Reviewed logic games and assumption questions, and helped the student figured out how to arrive at the correct answers. I instructed the student on some tips and tricks for doing both types of questions. Next time, we will work on Symbolic Logic lessons as a way to make both of these types of questions easier."
"The student and I met for the first time today to talk about the LSAT. We reviewed logic games and reading comprehension questions as well as covering study techniques and strategies for finishing in the allotted time."
"The student has made good progress on the reading comprehension section and his confidence for the overall test has improved. However, he is still intimidated by the Logic Games section. He had read through the chapter on Advanced Linear games, but had not completed the grouping games chapter. We worked through several advanced linear games and talked about the underlying concepts. I urged the student to work on more of the games outside of our sessions and assigned him numerous games. He will also read the grouping games chapter for our next session."
"Today the student e-mailed me a number of QR questions from DAT Bootcamp practice tests. Using these practice problems as jumping points, we covered questions graphing, algebra, word problems, and statistics. We focused on the problems dealing with graphing (parabolas, inequalities, absolute values) and logs, looking at multiple question types for each."
"We covered the concepts of study strategies, and we focused on the student's strengths and weakness on the DAT. She is currently struggling with math and science. I assigned her to do 4 practice math exams tomorrow. In addition, we went over her personal statement and the application process."
"We did more practice problems in organic chemistry and a few in general chemistry. She also let me know which areas she was confused about in each of those sections based on practice questions that she did since our last meeting. We went over those and I provided her with a few additional practice questions of similar type to help solidify those concepts in her head. Next time we meet we will do the same thing. She is getting close to her test, so the key is just repetition and practice problems at this point in her studying."