Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I began working on the unit on arithmetic sequences. We covered finding the common difference, predicting the next terms, adding and subtracting fractions using the common denominator, converting between improper fractions and mixed numbers, finding the nth term, and sum of an arithmetic sequence. She achieved an excellent understanding of the concepts, and did well on the problems."
"The student and I began working through a practice book for his test. During these problems, we encountered word problems, division, fractions and decimals, and unit conversion. I felt the student had trouble with the latter two especially, and I intend to review converting fractions into decimals during our next session on Monday."
"The student and I began working through her practice test for her upcoming test on Tuesday. It was a review of the most recent sections that we had done together. She was doing well with most of them and just needed me to step in and remind her of what to do in some of the problems that we had not done in a while. I will be meeting with her on Monday to finish reviewing the practice test."
"The student and I briefly discussed her history test, and then studied for her upcoming math test. We practiced solving and graphing sets of linear functions, and she learned the difference between solving sets by addition and by multiplication. We practiced solving and graphing sets of linear inequalities. She learned the meanings and differences of classifications of sets, including dependent and independent, consistent and inconsistent, and no solutions and infinite solutions."
"The student and I briefly reviewed sequences and patterns from the beginning of her math workbook, and solving for a variable with linear systems of equations. We will start from the basics next session. I will email her a list of concepts that we can start with to build from."
"The student and I completed a review for her unit test on linear functions. We reviewed some notes in her textbook, and I uploaded a review test that had a well-rounded compilation of questions. She has done well with this unit. The only mistake I saw today was when she defined a function as a relation where the y's do not repeat, whereas it is actually a relation where x's can not repeat."