Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"During today's session, we covered radioactive decay, radioactive half-life, the concept of parent and daughter elements, the radiation constant, and how to use the random nature of flipping large numbers of coins to simulate the radioactive decay of an element."
"The student and I spent most of the session reviewing the practice worksheets, passages, and problems that I had assigned her after our last session. She seemed comfortable with the chemistry topics (including balancing equations and basic stoichiometry). We briefly covered how to determine the limiting reagent in a chemical reaction and how to determine how much of the excess reagent is left over after the reaction goes to completion. She also seemed comfortable with vector addition and we reviewed MCAT problems pertaining to kinematics and practiced choosing the correct kinematics equation to use based on the problem. Then we reviewed projectile motion or motion in 2 dimensions."
"Covered 1-D motion, vectors, and projectile motion. Left the student with the plan to go through a few future chapters to see what he does or does not know."