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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Leah in Gilbert, AZ
The student let me know that she has been and will be absent for a good portion of this unit. She has a quiz on Friday. We went over the initial packet she received on the unit, but it was difficult for her to go through without background knowledge. We discussed her plan of reading the chapter and doing more practice problems before her quiz and exam. I am confident that she will master this material, as it is not nearly as conceptually difficult as other content that she has mastered. She also mentioned that she received a 100% on her last quiz!
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by John in Gilbert, AZ
Tonight we worked on material from Unit 8. We talked about Le Chatelier's Principle with respect to changing pressures and temperatures and how that affects a reaction. An increase in pressure will favor the reaction which produces fewer moles of gases. Since a mole of any gas behaves in the same way as any other, the reaction will always proceed in order to counteract the change in pressure by forming more or less moles of gas. With a change in temperature, we can think of heat being a reactant or product (exo v. endo) and apply Le Chatelier's like we have been doing. Great work tonight.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Padraic in Gilbert, AZ
During our session, the student and I discussed some of the concepts and problems currently being covered in her physics class. We began with a problem concerning a parallel circuit with a long bulb and numerous round bulbs. The material asked several questions concerning the brightness of the bulbs and why the round bulbs became progressively dimmer as more were added, yet did not all shine at the same brightness. We reviewed some of the formulas governing electrical circuits, including their resistance, current, and voltage, and after a bit of thinking and discussion, the student was able to understand the explanation she had been given in class, which explained how adding more bulbs to a circuit in parallel decreases the equivalent resistance, which decreases the pressure difference the battery is capable of maintaining across its terminals. The student and I also worked through addressing her concerns with several other problems and questions from class, and she now understands many of the concepts that were slightly unclear before.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Emigdio in Gilbert, AZ
This session focused on ray optics. The student had a good understanding of the formulas and calculation involved in this unit. The biggest issue was the ray diagram. I went through 3 homework problems that involved the ray diagram with her, and then talked about the diagram more generally, including how to use the 3 principle rays and different scenarios she could use when practicing drawing ray diagrams on her own.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Rakhi in Gilbert, AZ
This was my first session with the student. He had a "Lucky Lotto" review sheet of four AP free response problems that he was going to be tested on the following day. We went through all four and I followed up with him to provide him with the AP answers and scoring to the four problems to help him with his test.
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Organic Chemistry Tutoring review by Jeffrey in Gilbert, AZ
The overall topic was applying the four basic mechanisms (SN1, SN2, E1, and E2) to different reactions. The session was geared more towards the student talking through the problems and organizing her thoughts. She has all of the fundamentals down. It's more a matter of staying on top of the material.
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