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Jacksonville, FL SAT Writing and Language tutoring
In this session we worked through questions from the practice exams in the a study guide for Math, reading and writing. When he focuses, he is able to answer the questions correctly and he is able to find the context clues to answer the questions correctly. To overcome these struggles we worked on strategies to focus on when reading to stay alert and focused. He does not struggle much with the sentence completion section. Reviewing more vocabulary words is always helpful, which the student is able to do on his own time. In Math the student does not struggle much with the beginning questions in algebra. We are working on strategies to help him catch his mistakes. Once he is able to do that he will easily gain several points on the exam.
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Jacksonville, FL SAT Writing and Language tutoring
We went over strategies for math & critical reading. We reviewed grammar rules for the writing section.
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Jacksonville, FL SAT Writing and Language tutoring
The student and I worked on some strategies for approaching two-blank sentence completion questions, but her instincts are already quite reliable. While many of the vocabulary words are new to her, out of about 15 sentences that we looked at, she consistently chose the right answer. Next, we moved on to some math exercises since she had needed steady encouragement to get through our last practice test. She was much more self-starting during today's practice as we examined problems relating to quadratic equations. She works at a moderate pace, but already has a substantial understanding of how to factor polynomials and find roots, and is doing well at applying these skills to more complex problems relating to geometry and sequences.
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Jacksonville, FL SAT Writing and Language tutoring
In this session, the student and I started by practicing math multiple choice questions. She was challenged at first with problems involving a lot of variables, but once I suggested trying to plug in numbers, she got the hang of it quickly. By the end she was able to do the difficult questions with very little guidance. We then moved on to correcting sentence errors (in the writing section). She understands most of the basic grammatical rules, but has trouble with more difficult aspects (i.e. using modifiers correctly, idioms, use of commas and semicolons, and when to use I vs. me). She started having more success when she read the sentences aloud. Lastly, we looked at vocabulary in the reading section. We went over strategies for narrowing down answer choices and took note of any words she did not know so that she could look them up later and write descriptive sentences. Overall I see improvement from last session in speed.
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Jacksonville, FL SAT Writing and Language tutoring
We went over test #5 and then we did some math practice problems. The student's essay for the test was weaker than normal, but overall she's doing really well!
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Jacksonville, FL SAT Writing and Language tutoring
The student and I worked through outlines of two SAT essay questions with a focus on introductions and the kinds of evidence she could use. We also worked through two SAT reading passages (one comparative) with a focus on understanding author's purpose, argument, and evidence used. On the math section, she struggled some with setting problems up (typically from mis-reading questions), so we focused on strategies for setting problems up and emphasized reading the questions for relevant information. This was our final session before she takes the SAT on Saturday.
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