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Microbiology Tutoring review by Dan in Provo, UT
The student and I covered material from an upcoming chapter that involves naming molecular binary compounds, ionic binary compounds, acids, and bases. There are many rules that a student must be familiar with while doing this, and he did very well after the rules were reviewed.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Andrew in Provo, UT
Today was our eighth online meeting. The student stated that she feels good about her previous exam, but we are still waiting on the score. She plans to attend the exam review session as well. Today we reviewed the lecture on Nutrition for Cardiopulmonary Diseases. We went through each slide while taking extra time on the concepts that were difficult or complex (such as the description of each disease) to help associate the details of the nutrition approach for each disease with the big picture of the patient as a whole. I will clarify a couple things for next time: a better description of oxidative stress, and the meaning of LVH in this context. The next exam is the final, some time in mid December. We will get more info on the final later, and will possibly have some extended sessions when the final gets closer. Today's session was a success, with the student asking great questions and giving thoughtful answers as usual.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Greg in Provo, UT
We covered elementary kinematics, Newton's second law, and projectile motion problems. The student was feeling somewhat insecure about his knowledge of the fundamentals. We worked on problem-solving methodology and I suggested that he work on additional problems between now and our next session.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Stephanie in Provo, UT
Today, the student and I finished reviewing all of the cell biology material for her upcoming exam. We thoroughly discussed all nuclear transport, protein trafficking, signal sequences, and both posttranslational and cotranslational translocation. I stressed to her the importance of having a very solid foundation of the course material in order to succeed on the test. We additionally did review questions together. I gave her test taking tips such as taking notes on the pages to ensure she fully grasps the experimental setup being presented before she tries to tackle the questions. If she puts in the necessary work outside of our sessions, I believe she could do well on this exam. I wish her the best!
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Matthew in Provo, UT
Today we reviewed waves. I helped explain the concepts of amplitude, frequency, period, and wavelength to the student. Then we did a problem that involved the conservation of energy. He had struggled with the problem in class but by the time we finished going over it he said that he felt a lot better about how to do it.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Marta in Provo, UT
In today's session we continued to go through the Living Environment test questions. I would let my student choose the right answer and I asked the rationale for choosing one answer rather than another. One of the topics we spent most time on was sexual vs asexual reproduction and mitosis vs meiosis, similarities and differences. The student was participating with great enthusiasm again and I am satisfied about the way she is learning. The plan is to go through the past tests, now available online, and gain expertise in understanding the questions, and choosing the most appropriate answer. Whenever we find a topic that needs to be seen more in depth, we will stop and make sure it is "digested."
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