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Physiology Tutoring review by Kent in Lynwood, CA
Today, we went over mitosis, meiosis, and organ systems. I stressed to the student that the most important organ systems to know for the test are the endocrine, nervous, and immune systems, as they embody most the "Big 4" ideas in AP Biology. Our session mostly entailed going through each concept step by step and making sure that she understood the material. I will send her practice problems to do in the time between now and our last session, and I also assigned her homework to make a one-page, two-sided "cheat sheet" for the exam.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Chelsea in Lynwood, CA
We continued going over the labs from the study book. The topics included mitosis and meiosis (which I recommended that the student review), chi-square tests, energy flow, transpiration, and restriction enzyme analysis. She mentioned having difficulty with determining expected values for the chi-square test, so we went over those. I believe there is some additional practice in the book, so she should look over that. She did a good job answering most of the questions and making predictions about experimental conditions.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Megan in Lynwood, CA
The student and I reviewed organelles then talked about cell transport (diffusion and osmosis). In geometry, we reviewed lines, line segments, rays, types of triangles, squares and rectangles, then discussed how to find perimeter and area of squares and triangles.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Zacharia in Lynwood, CA
Today we focused primarily on practicing test-taking strategies and looking at biological scenarios in the context of a multiple-choice problem. We were able to review DNA replication, transcription, translation, the basic experiments used to determine that DNA is the hereditary molecule, the function of the carboxyl group as it relates to enzymatic efficacy, the lac and trp operons, and other subjects.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Linda in Lynwood, CA
The student reported that she got 102% on her biology laboratory final exam, the highest grade in all of the lab sections. Today we went through all slides for her biology lecture final exam Tuesday. We covered chapters 12-17 on topics such as: cell cycle, mitosis/meiosis, DNA replication, transcription, translation, genetics...The student demonstrated mastery of the majority of the topics. The terms she needs to focus on are: phenotype, genotype, allele, homozygous dominant, homozygous recessive, synapsis, chiasma, homologous chromosomes, centromere, and kinetochore. I recommended that she review the slides on her own before we meet at our last session Monday night. At our last session, we will engage with the material more thoroughly and solidify her mastery of the terminology.
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Physiology Tutoring review by Yemi in Lynwood, CA
We went over questions from her old exams. Her first exam was significantly harder than her other ones. However, there were some minor mistakes that she could have avoided. She needs to be more confident in herself when answering the questions and try to eliminate answers that don't make sense first.
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