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Operating Systems Tutoring FAQ

An operating system (or OS) is software that manages both computer hardware and other software resources. It provides a common infrastructure for the services and programs on the system. All computer programs, with the exception of firmware, require an operating system in order to function. For computer science students, operating systems may seem like a significant abstraction from the rest of the field. Varsity Tutors can help you find experienced operating systems tutoring to help you with your studies.

There are many different types of operating systems. The dominant operating system for computers is Microsoft Windows. MacOS has the second largest share. In third place are the many varieties of the Linux operating system. Smartphones and tablets have different operating systems. In this field, the two dominant operating systems are created by Google and Apple. In an operating systems course, you will learn about how this special software is built, and you will be challenged to demonstrate a command of concurrent programming, communication between processes, and resource management.

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Recent Operating Systems Tutoring Session Notes

Online Operating Systems Tutoring review by Alonso
This was our final session and I answered all his questions regarding differential equations. I have to say he knows just about everything there is to know about the topics, and this is the class he is best prepared in. I hope he does well on his final.
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Online Operating Systems Tutoring review by Melissa
The student and I began our session by reviewing vocabulary.  We then reviewed the reading strategies we discussed last session.  We focused on inferencing during this session.  We then used our reading skills to complete several practice questions.  Nice work today!
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Online Operating Systems Tutoring review by Doug
Reviewed quadrilaterals and the use of angle relationships to solve for certain angles given other angles. Also used the law of sines and the law of cosines to solve triangles. Worked on the concept of solving an equation first, then plugging in numbers for a numerical solution.
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Online Operating Systems Tutoring review by Susan
The student and I discussed and practiced strategies specifically for data-sufficiency questions in the math section. We outlined a flowchart to maximize efficiency. We also discussed (and extensively practiced) picking numbers to answer the question both "yes" and "no" in order to prove that a statement is insufficient.
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Online Operating Systems Tutoring review by Drew
This session was spent walking through how to define characteristics of parabolas.  The student seemed clear on how to find the characteristics, but unclear on why those characteristics need to be found in order to graph a parabola.  I not only walked through how to find those characteristics, but also why they are absolutely necessary to find when graphing a parabola.  He picked up on these principles very quickly and by the end of our session he could walk me through how to find the axis of symmetry, vertex, x-intercepts, y-intercept, and two additional points in the parabola.
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Online Operating Systems Tutoring review by Kyla
The student  and I reviewed her flash cards we had made the previous session. We worked through the review she had in class. There were  some things she did not quite grasp, so I taught her the information in several different ways using words, drawings, and her hands to remember. I made a  jobs quiz at the end. We reviewed the areas she was still struggling with and she felt confident when we were through. I left an additional quiz I made up along with answers with  the student's mother  to give on Wednesday in preparation for her quiz Thursday.
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