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Microbiology Tutoring review by Emma in Quincy, MA
During this session we reviewed for the student's upcoming final. We primarily spent time looking at organic chemistry. We looked at the primary IUPAC names for naming organic compounds. We went through the root numbering system as well as the primary functional groups: acids, alcohols, ketones, esters, aldehydes, alkenes, halogens, and carbon chain branches. We discussed the various numbering systems for indicating which carbon the functional group is at and the number of the same functional groups that are there. We worked on reviewing problems where we named a drawn molecule and also where we drew a named molecule. We ended the session discussing inter-molecular forces. We reviewed induced dipole, dipole-dipole, and hydrogen bonding. With these we discussed which are the strongest and how that affects boiling point and solubility in water.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Larry in Quincy, MA
The student and I reviewed material that troubled her while she prepared for her Physics and Chemistry final. For Physics, we covered energy transfer problems, discussed the connection between linear and tangential speed, and touched on electric potential. For Chemistry, we talked about the difference between endothermic and exothermic reactions, reviewed isomers and limiting reagent reactions, and discussed strategies to study organic functional groups and use the periodic table to determine chemical properties. Throughout the session, she asked a lot of good questions and I seemed to be able to help her better understand the ideas she struggled with prior to our meeting.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Thomas in Quincy, MA
The student has a quiz on Monday. We reviewed the study sheet we completed last week. I also reviewed with him some testing techniques to employ both before and after taking the quiz. As all of these skills are applied and improved upon so will his grades. Academically, we revisited the Phyla Annelida, Mollusca, Arthropoda (Classes-Crustacea, Insecta, Arachnida), and Echinodermata. We compared and contrasted the organisms by considering their body structures, excretion, respiration, digestion, locomotion, coelum, development, and circulatory system.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Katrina in Quincy, MA
The student and I reviewed for her Physics final. We focused mostly on more complex force problems since the final is an old AP exam. She did really well with the review problems.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Sam in Quincy, MA
The student and I went over the part of the full length multiple choice section I told him to do. He did very well on the questions and his intuition and reasoning skills seem to help him vastly when he answers questions. Sometimes he can be hung up on small things in the questions which he shouldn't do, but we can work on that over the coming weeks.
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Microbiology Tutoring review by Kori in Quincy, MA
The student completed an outline worksheet for the atmospheric circulation unit. She had a good portion of the worksheet already completed and was doing well finding the needed information in the class notes and textbook. She then mentioned that she would have a math quiz on the end of the week on standard distance formulas. Without further explanation from the assignment, we reviewed equivalent distances using imperial and metric units and then practiced measuring lengths using a ruler. She needed help a little bit with the inches side and understanding how subdivisions with varying length of tick mark represent half, quarter, eighth, and sixteenth inches, but understood it as soon as I explained it to her.
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