Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We went over graphing and solving rational functions. We covered all aspects of graphing which was beneficial to her progress. She seems to grasp the concepts, but just needs to be confident in her ability and not rush the process."
"We reviewed AP Statistics concepts such as confidence intervals of proportions and determining differences between proportions of groups as well as determining the population and sample margin of errors given a population standard deviation, sample size, and confidence level. No strategies or study skills were included in this session. I did not leave him with any extra practice. No scores/grades were shown to note progress as this was our first session."
"Today we covered transformations of functions and combinations of functions. She had a bit of trouble identifying parent functions in the beginning of the session but was a pro by the end. We did several of her homework problems as well as several additional problems, so that she can better understand how to identify the parent functions embedded in different functions, and how the parent functions would have to be transformed to represent the new functions. She was positive as usual. She has homework problems and class material to review. She should continue to look over her notes and continue to practice the problems. She should try and memorize the parent functions and their characteristics."
"We reviewed for the student's upcoming math final. We focused on factoring and solving exponential and logarithmic equations. We also began reviewing for her chemistry final, specifically focusing on ideal gas law problems."
"With Student 1, we worked on an alg 2/trig homework assignment involving graphs of functions and identifying periods, amplitudes, and x-values of zeros, maximums and minimums. With Student 2, we reviewed a variety of concepts that will be on an upcoming grammar test, including comma placement, identifying rules of sentences, and possessives."
"The student and I reviewed material from her class. We reviewed factoring, boat velocity problems, solving systems of equations, and the simplification of imaginary, radical, and rational functions. She seems to be understanding the material very well, but I emphasized to be careful when working with negative signs."