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Physiology Tutoring review by Zachary in Lowell, MA
Tonight was our last meeting of the semester for the student. We covered some more material from her practice exam and review sheet. We discussed, in detail, polarity of chemical bonds, how to determine if a molecule is polar versus a bond, what it means when polarity occurs and how this affects molecular interactions, intermolecular forces and how they arise, and symmetry in molecules and how this can be used advantageously in determining polarity. This was her last weak point she said, so we spent the entire night covering it. I really enjoyed tutoring her, and I hope she comes back as a client in the fall. She is always enthusiastic and open-minded to learning not just what is necessary for tests but what is necessary for true understanding.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Randi in Lowell, MA
Tonight we focused in on one of the student's two retake problems. She worked through the first retake problem. We went over each of the equations that could be used in the problem and discussed how they link together and how the information in each equation is related. After doing this, she worked through another problem with similar concepts with a little assistance from me. Again, we clarified the relationships between equations and information and how they are linked to the main concept. Finally, I gave her a third problem. She was able to complete the problem 100% on her own. I asked her to make sure that she looks over the equations again tomorrow and notes the linking between them.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Jeanne in Lowell, MA
We were studying/preparing for an exam tomorrow. We mostly covered the human reproductive systems, focusing on the male and female structures and their functions, using a review sheet from the student's teacher. I suggested that he start with the structures that he knew first, so that if there were any he was unsure of, he had a smaller list to choose from. He struggled with the functions of a few of the structures, but rewrote their function several times to try and remember them. We also discussed the role of some of the reproductive hormones, such as progesterone. After going over the functions and being quizzed a few times, he got almost all of the structures correct. We also went over some review questions on the human nervous system.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Padraic in Lowell, MA
The student and I continued going over material from her physics class during our session. Her class recently started a section covering the properties of light, which includes the study of convex and concave mirrors, as well as the equations that govern them. We started by discussing the different possibilities of image location, orientation, size, and type that result from changing factors such as the focal length and kind of mirror. For the second half of the session, she read out some examples covering the mirror equations and we worked through each one, plugging the appropriate values into the equation to solve for the image distance and height. The student understood all of the material very well and asked very good questions about various concepts and details of particular topics.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Danny in Lowell, MA
Today the student and I covered 16.1-16.2, dealing with the molecular aspects of DNA replication. 16.1 covered 2 experiments (Hershey Chase, & Griffith) as well as some important information on Chargoff's rule, purines, pyrimidines and base-pairing. The student had a great attitude, even as we were approaching the 2 hr. mark and were trying to squeeze some very confusing concepts in before her Friday test (leading and lagging strands of DNA synthesis & all enzymes involved). I left her with a few ways to study - keep reviewing the key concepts, and alter the questions referring to the Hershey Chase experiment. Continue to say the results of that experiment (with the radioactive S and P for protein and DNA) out loud, as well as the logic and reasoning behind the results. Review each of the experiments and the figures that explain them in the text. Study the 7 steps of the DNA synthesis figure in 16.2 until she can explain all of these steps and enzymes involved without the book. I saw her notes, which were very good considering the fact she was given no direction from her teacher, and we went through those along with the figures and diagrams in the textbook. Only wins from this session. She kept a great attitude through the entire session & it was very obvious how much she desired to learn and understand the material.
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Physiology Tutoring review by David in Lowell, MA
Today I met with the student to continue our review for Physiology. We began by reviewing topics surrounding neurotransmitters (voltage gated, ligand gated, G-coupled proteins), the mechanisms behind signal transductions. She is very knowledgeable about the material and I was able to break concepts down for easier understanding.
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