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Plantation, FL ISEE tutoring
During our first session, we quickly went over the parts of the exam and the formatting of the sections, which both girls had previously looked over. They worked on the Verbal Reasoning portions of the exam for most of the session. They have begun to comprehend the use of prefixes and how to use context clues in order to narrow down the answer choices in the synonyms and fill in the blank questions. I believe they are improving! With the pdf document that consists of a list of helpful vocabulary words they can utilize, I am sure they can increase their scores in this section, it just requires the effort for the next two weeks. They did well in the quantitative reasoning sections. Homework was assigned, so that we can review during the next session. We need to work on geometry and algebra concepts, since they have not been exposed to some topics prior to studying for the placement exam. I believe it was a successful initial session, and within this short time frame they can succeed with practice and persistence!
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Plantation, FL ISEE tutoring
Today's quantitative reasoning material was more difficult for the student than the prior material because it was mostly geometry. Because of the difficulty, she was notably less confident. Despite these challenges, she was still improving steadily throughout the session in her knowledge of the material. She learned several new concepts today, including the distance formula, the formula for the area of a trapezoid, the formula for finding the sum of the interior angles of a polygon, the meaning of concave vs. convex, and the meaning of a "regular" polygon. She was already strong in one particular area of geometry, the Pythagorean theorem and Pythagorean triples. Next session, we will continue to go through her diagnostic quantitative reasoning exam, beginning at question 21. She will also take a quiz that I will give her on the new geometry material that we covered today. The student improved significantly in two areas since our last session. First, she did a great job using the approach to each problem that we went over in our last session (read the problem slowly first; then try to solve it without looking at the answer choices; then REREAD the problem; lastly, look at the possible answers and choose the best one). Through using that strategy, she identified several of her own errors before answering the question. Rereading the question before answering was particularly helpful for her. The second area in which she improved significantly was in her ability to supply a variable when necessary. She did several problems today in which that was necessary, and she successfully supplied the variable and solved the question. She still seems a bit uncomfortable with this strategy, but she was able to use it well, and I think her comfort will improve as she continues to practice it. In addition to studying the material for the quiz that I will give her on Monday, I recommended that she continue to work through practice problems in all sections of the exam.
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Plantation, FL ISEE tutoring
The student and I went over another practice test that he had completed with me. We had another good session of looking over those issues. On some of the things he missed, he made simple mathematical errors, such as flipping x & y. On others, he missed the problem because he had never had exposure to the material. We worked those kinks out by going over the answers to ensure he knew how to solve all the problems he missed. We had a very productive session.
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