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My ninth Verbal tutoring session with the student went well. He completed the assigned practice passages in the workbook. We focused our session on going over additional passages in the second workbook. He answered the majority of the questions correctly. As we reviewed the questions he answered incorrectly, he understood why the correct answers were the best choices. I encouraged him to read every answer choice under a question, eliminate the incorrect answers, select the best answer, and stay confident in his choice so that he will not change his answer later. For our next tutoring session, he will complete the remaining passages in Practice Test 3. He will also complete the remaining Practice Passages in the second review.
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The student and I went over previous practice that he did and also tried out some more passages with a stricter time limit. Timing seems to be getting better but his accuracy is still a little inconsistent. Specifically, he's struggling to balance when he should take his time through a passage vs. when he should skim through to get to the questions. He's going to be taking a practice full-length exam, so we'll discuss that in our next session.
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We focused on working the strategies that I suggested and went through an entire sample test one passage at a time, which the student did very well with. After our session, I told him to go through another sample test, but this time under timed conditions.
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The student and I met for the first time today. We spent our first session analyzing how he approaches verbal reasoning passages, and how he can improve his methods. The student utilizes a method where he is able to get the main idea of a passage in half of the usual reading time (about 2 minutes for him) and then quickly proceeds to answer questions. He does this by reading the first paragraph deeply, reading the first and last sentence of each intermediate paragraph, and fully reading the last paragraph. We also went over several other techniques for reading and analyzing questions and answers.
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This session we reviewed her practice questions from the previous week and talked about how she had practiced to improve her previous issues. We then tackled a series of very difficult passages to practice and see how she was spending time on both the passages and questions this week. She has continued to increase her verbal reasoning score. It is now about an 8-9 as opposed to the 5 where we started. The student is doing well and will continue to complete her review books and plans to do many practice tests this week in preparation for her upcoming MCAT.
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The student and I worked on logical reasoning questions, specifically pattern of reasoning questions. We worked on the strategy of diagramming the pattern of reasoning in the stimulus and then diagramming the answer choices in order to find the correct answers. She and I also continued working on other types of questions, such as main point, strengthen, and weaken questions. For these questions, we worked on finding the conclusion of the argument and attacking/supporting the argument as required by the stimulus. She is doing well with finding the conclusions of the argument and with logical reasoning questions in general.
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