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Physiology Tutoring review by Max in Cleveland, OH
We covered electrostatics, Kirchhoff's Laws, electric potential, and some circuits problems. I was able to help the student a lot in this area since it's my field. It seemed he really benefited from the session; he even asked for an additional 15 minutes to fully explain a difficult problem.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Rikke in Cleveland, OH
Continuing where we left off last week, the student and I spent today's lesson working through more problems on acid-base equilibria; specifically, we covered acid / base equilibrium constants, buffered solutions, titrations, and pH indicators. We also briefly touched upon solubility and solubility constants, and how to use initial concentrations to predict whether or not a precipitate will form upon the mixing of two solutions. I noticed that the student has become a lot more confident at using ICE (initial-change-equilibrium) diagrams to solve equilibrium problems, which will be very helpful to her moving forward. She has two tests coming up (tomorrow and Friday), so hopefully her results on those will give some quantitative indication of her progress.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Caleb in Cleveland, OH
We finished studying for the student's test. After going through the problems she was given, I made up a lengthy problem that involved several areas of heat transfer that she was unsure about. While solving the problem she had several enlightening moments which should help her a lot with her test. Since there was a little extra time, we also took a look at her next chapter on electric forces.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Jeby in Cleveland, OH
Today the student and I went over chemical equilibrium. I helped him understand the idea behind equilibrium. We went over areas that his teacher already covered, as well as future topics that have not been covered. We went over his homework assignment; I made sure that he answered all his questions correctly and also understood how to do each question. We went over ICE tables and what they mean. I gave him tips on how to approach different types of ICE questions. He has a pretty good understanding of equilibrium and found the topics easy to grasp and apply.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Alexandra in Cleveland, OH
The student and I continued the methodology we had applied to last session's studying which was to take one of the bulleted questions or "to know" points from her professor's handout and find the relevant reference material in her text. She had done an excellent job making her way through the material and so we focused our efforts on plant cell reproduction and morphology and then went through the important steps and processes of mammalian fertilization. Together we pulled important facts from the text in addition to noting key differences between plant and animal processes and details that might make their way into a multiple choice question. I directed the student as to places where she should focus additional effort (such as on the enzymes of the acromion process and the steps of capacitation. I also suggested using an active recall method I encouraged the student to employ if there was a particular tricky or complex concept.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Daniel in Cleveland, OH
Today we went over spring and wave physics. The student did well with the concepts of spring constants and frequency. He feels confident about his last test. He didn't struggle with any of the concepts we went over, and I think he has a strong grasp on the material.
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