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Microbiology Tutoring review by Talia in Memphis, TN
The student and I did not meet last week but she received a lower-than-usual score on one of her tests in her science class. I asked her to find out about the material from her teacher so that we can clear up any confusion she had on that topic. She had an upcoming test on photosynthesis and cellular respiration so we reviewed all relevant material in her textbook. She is fantastic at explaining things to me when I ask her a question like "what is photosynthesis" but if I give her a more structured answer like "define photosynthesis" she cannot answer the question. I am more concerned that she know the material and concepts so that learning the definitions will come much more naturally with a bit of repetition. We covered photosynthesis as a whole process, defined the chemical reaction that takes place, discussed where this happens in the cell and in what type of cell and then compared all of these responses to the process of cellular respiration. We discussed how they were similar and how they were different and the student did very well with this exercise. Due to the easy nature of mixing these two processes up, I had her focus on a diagram of the processes occurring in the mitochondria versus in the chloroplast and draw a circular relationship between them in a plant cell. At the end of our session I recommended that she continue to draw this diagram over and over with all the reactants, products, locations in the cell as well as any other important information regarding these processes. Since she did such a good job explaining the material to me in her own words, I hope that she is able to memorize the general book definitions for the tests and if not, improvise from her own knowledge of the topic.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Steven in Memphis, TN
The student was working on conservation of momentum problems (with some other topics added in and a little bit about impulse). He sometimes went through the problems a little quickly to start, and missed some key information that would help solve or simplify the problem, but he was very quick to pick up ideas and correct mistakes. I think he will be fine with this material overall.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Rahul in Memphis, TN
We covered a frame and truss problem and how to initially approach it. We discussed how to look for moments to solve for exterior reaction forces and then working inwards to solve the other forces. I then gave suggestions of how to solve the student's hydrostatic pressure problems.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Christopher in Memphis, TN
Today was probably the best session I have had with the student. What made this session awesome is that she is actually doing really well with the content of electrochemistry--better than any material from before. So the first type of problem we did was finding the largest and smallest EMF's of a possible set of reactions given the standard reduction potentials. The largest she did with ease, however, finding the smallest posed some problems. This was due to out of the four reactions, one had a positive reduction potential so she automatically used that as the cathode reaction, without even thinking she could use a negative value and flip another one to have an oxidation. So we went over why this is possible and what exactly the question was testing. This was the first moment I saw her learn and apply something right away. Overall, I am very pleased with her improvement.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Kwanoo in Memphis, TN
We reviewed for a quiz pertaining to fundamental electron characteristics. We optimized our time to review two chapters.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Kori in Memphis, TN
Today we studied for the student's upcoming test on hearing, sound, work, and the seven types of energy. She had a pretty good recollection of the parts of the ear, but periodically made mistakes. She could use more review of sound propagation, the characteristics of waves and the definitions of each of the seven types of energy.
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