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Recent International Business Tutoring Session Notes
Went over Calculating Percentages worksheet. The student has a good grasp on the material, just needed some reassurance, and occasional tips, as he worked the problems. Only went over one side of the worksheet during the tutoring session, still had back page to finish.
Also reviewed main concepts from chapters 1-5.
The student and I reviewed his homework and quiz. We focused on differentiability, critical values, and differentiation formulas. He has a fairly good grip on the material. We did discuss some general study strategies for math classes (e.g., writing homework neatly and organized).
Today we covered some questions she had in preparation for a test. The material covered solving for variables from different formulas, such as the formulas for area and circumference of a circle, area of a triangle, are of kites, and the area of trapezoids. I think now she should be fine for her test. She told me that she feels prepared for it.
The student and I reviewed her work on the arithmetic practice sections from the ETS book. She did well: we only needed to review a few concepts - percentage change and a bit of PEMDAS review. We then worked on the Issue and Argument practice essays. We brainstormed topics together. She did well at Critical Thinking but needs to practice making her responses more targeted at the specific prompt. Overall, she is doing well, though she will need to continue practicing brainstorming and writing over the next few weeks.
We talked about acids and bases in the context of both general chemistry and organic chemistry. We also talked about titrations and buffers, working out problems in my general chemistry textbook that will be similar to the test questions. We also talked about circular motion and friction on an inclined plane. The student is doing well. She is having no trouble following and understanding what I am explaining, and I feel like she is progressing well. She is gaining confidence in the material, which I think will really benefit her as she continues to prepare for the test. She is going to take her next practice test this Saturday, and she will review the test and study the questions she misses. Our next appointment is scheduled for Tuesday, June 12 at 10:00 AM at the public library.
The student and I continued working on the practice ISEE exam. We worked through the remaining questions on the quantitative reasoning section and began the first story of reading comprehension. We plan to complete the practice exam during our next session, which is scheduled for Monday, August 20.