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Nashville, TN SAT Math tutoring
I let the student do most the problems on her own this time while I supervised and made sure she was doing them right. She showed a lot of improvement this time figuring out most of the problems on her own. What I've come to realize in these sessions with her is that she struggles the most with geometry. She has trouble deciphering between area/ perimeter and volume/ surface area. These are quick fixes that can be alleviated with more practice. She usually just forgets which is which and doesn't know the formulas, but luckily, SAT math gives the formulas. However, I would like for her to know the formulas by heart so she understands the problems better and understands what she is doing.
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Nashville, TN SAT Math tutoring
We went over several practice tests from the student's prep book. He gets almost every question right without needing much help.
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Nashville, TN SAT Math tutoring
It's been a while! Today we did tons and tons of practice to make up for lost time. On the first grid in we did, she got 6 right, 2 skipped, and 2 wrong out of 10 questions for a raw score of 6/10. Then on a multiple choice section, she got 6 right, 1 wrong, and skipped 3 for a raw score of 5.75/10. On the second multiple choice, she got 7 right, 1 wrong, and skipped 2 for a raw score of 6.75/10. On the third multiple choice, she had been sufficiently warmed up after a month long hiatus and got 8 right and skipped 2 for a raw score of 8/10. She also used a good guessing strategy for one of the questions she got right, eliminating enough answers to guess smartly. The last grid in we did was extraordinarily difficult, and we will go over it in detail next time. Have a great weekend!
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Nashville, TN SAT Math tutoring
Today we continued our math work, working on various problems of the more challenging sort. We reviewed nCr & nPr and where they would be used. We looked at one which was sort of a physics problem, where we had to work with two functions as a unit -- the key was to substitute a number in for an expression (as opposed to simply a variable); once you found that, the problem was solvable. Most notably, the student is noticing more patterns among the problems, which I think is a great thing -- he's gaining a better sense of what each problem might be looking for, which will help him do even better than he is already doing.
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Nashville, TN SAT Math tutoring
Today we reviewed the following practice tests: How to find the solution to an inequality with subtraction, How to multiply exponents, How to find domain and range of the inverse of a relation, How to find the missing number in a set, and How to evaluate a fractions. The student did pretty well. We also began reviewing SAT Math Diagnostic Test #3, and got through question 19. For next time she can complete SAT Math Diagnostic Test #3, and a few more practice tests: Arithmetic sequences, How to find arithmetic mean, How to find the sale price, Proportion/ratio/rate, and Negative numbers.
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Nashville, TN SAT Math tutoring
The student and I started practicing the math section with the factor of time. By the end of the session, we had completed 2/3 of a test and she felt far more comfortable afterwards. We plan to continue doing the timed test sections to increase her skills under pressure.
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