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History Tutoring review by Maddy in Round Rock, TX
Client has an exam on November 30, 2011 covering ionic bonding, covalent bonding, and molecular orbitals. We were able to go through the homework problems for most of the material. However certain parts were assigned for homework so that a better understanding of the material could be gained. We were also able to go over Exam 1 and it seems like the client understood most of the problems with the exception of one regarding nomenclature. That also has been assigned for homework and we plan on going over the material during the next tutoring session. We plan on meeting November 19 again for a 1.5 hour session to go over lab material, additional homework problems and review of past year exams to help prepare for the client November 30 exam.
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History Tutoring review by Maggie in Round Rock, TX
The student and I went through the homework packet and practice finding the range of functions that involve fractions and square roots, worked on using interval notation. We practiced geometric proofs involving triangles (SSS, SAS, etc.).  I think it would be helpful to go through a textbook and make a study sheet of all the theorems and definition
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History Tutoring review by Tiffany in Round Rock, TX
The student hasn't had any questions on any of the subjects covered in her math class since our last meeting, so we spent tonight doing some review on concepts that she didn't understand for her mid-term. We did polynomial synthetic division tonight, and also added in some long division and substitution. She did very well with them after we went through an example. We worked a lot of problems to make sure she would remember how to do them and I'll bring a practice problem the next time we meet to make sure she still remembers it.
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History Tutoring review by Curtis in Round Rock, TX
We covered z-scores and using areas under the normal distribution curves as percentages. We also did the test for independence and briefly went over some nomenclature.
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History Tutoring review by Meghan in Round Rock, TX
Topics Covered: Test practice multiple choice questions and free-response questions Progress Achieved: The student now understands the approach necessary for each type of problem on the AP Calc exam. She can successfully approach and answer most questions.
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History Tutoring review by Eric in Round Rock, TX
We went over some more ELA prep from last week. I had the student write an argument prompt from a past ELA test and went over it with him and pointed out positives and negatives and how he could improve his writing. We then worked on some handouts he had from school in U.S. History, the majority of them being texts with analytical writing prompts attached. We worked through annotation methods to help him answer these prompts and we worked on the questions themselves as well as helping him find some context for the articles that he had either missed or been confused about in class. He gained some confidence as we went on and did a good job of understanding some concepts that he had initially been unsure about after further explanation. As homework I told him to just read and annotate as much as possible to get more comfortable with the concept and practice of annotation and reading for understanding.
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