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"Talked about general test structure & strategies. Worked on several sections of English, going over question types and strategies.
Planned to meet again the first week of January to work on the Math section next."
Planned to meet again the first week of January to work on the Math section next."
"The student and I reviewed for her final exam. Her teacher gave the students a multiple choice review packet. The final will also be multiple choice. We went over different strategies for taking multiple choice tests. We reviewed how to graph polynomials, factoring, and finding the vertex of a parabola. She wrote key equations and concepts down on a separate sheet so she can study more efficiently."
"Began work on division, Reviewed student's homework assignment on this topic. Worked through topics of conceptual models of division, how to phrase division problems, and how to explain division problems using both words and pictures. Student did well on this. Worked through practicing wording these correctly."
"Covered weeks 58 with him and went over concept association to help him link material together to aid in study, and in understanding certain relationships. Focused on equilibrium and rate laws mostly."
"In the first hour, the student and I worked on her Algebra II final review. In the second hour, the other student and I worked on reviewing for her Algebra test. The other student needed help with factoring and the quadratic formula. The other student seemed to have a much better understanding of the material after the session. Overall, progress was great!"
"The student and I met and we went over the outline that I had assigned on Tuesday. We then added some information that pertained to the main point into the outline. This took the whole hour session. I believe we would have kept going but the library had closed at 5:00. I gave him the assignment to take one of the points and write five points on each sub point, and have that turned in on Tuesday. I need to have him break down information more. This is what we will be working on in the next sessions."
"First we finished the English usage and language composition sections. The student found them pretty simple because he is such an avid reader, so after going over some tips and doing some quick sample problems, we moved onto the quantitative reasoning section. He found both this section and the mathematics section to be very basic. Regardless, we went through the different types of problems and the math skills he should have under his belt for the test. I assigned him some homework to have ready for next session. At the end he asked me about some of the questions that he didn't recognize on the practice test. I looked through them and told him that I would give him some helpful links next week."
"Today we went over the student's homework sentences and discussed her vocabulary usage. We went through each sentence and discussed the subtle nuances that are important to understand in studying vocabulary. We also reviewed parts of speech, and discussed how to use new vocabulary according to the specific part of speech. We proceeded to work on the quantitative reasoning section of the test. We completed a timed practice test, and next time we will go over the answers and any mistakes."
"For the first 15 minutes of the session, the student and I discussed her target score and what areas she considers her weakest section. She explained that she really wanted to improve her writing first. We then spent the next 45 minutes discussing some strategies she can use to produce a strong essay, such as roadmapping essays and crafting a strong thesis sentence. We then spent the next 30 minutes roadmapping a sample SAT essay prompt. For the last 30 minutes of the session, we did a practice writing multiple choice section. "
"Today the student and I went over a practice ACT reading section that he had done. We went over all of the passages and discussed the questions that he missed. We also reviewed general strategies for the whole test."
"We started today's session preparing for an upcoming test in math. As the test was over geometric transformations, we started by reviewing the four different types of transformations: 1) Reflections (flipping an image over a given axis), 2) Rotations (turning an image about an axis), 3) Translations (sliding an image from point A to point B), and 4) Dilations (resizing an image using a scale factor). After the review, we practiced the various concepts by completing a review packet provided by the teacher.
We also spent the session working on factoring quadratic equations. The method we focused on today was factoring by grouping  grouping like terms in a quadratic equation, factoring each group independently, and factoring out any common linear binomial from both sides. The purpose of doing so was to simplify a quadratic equation into a multiple of two binomial terms)."
We also spent the session working on factoring quadratic equations. The method we focused on today was factoring by grouping  grouping like terms in a quadratic equation, factoring each group independently, and factoring out any common linear binomial from both sides. The purpose of doing so was to simplify a quadratic equation into a multiple of two binomial terms)."
"Today was my first session with the student so I got to know him a little: reviewed a high school application essay that he had already submitted, discussed its positives and negatives, and then gave him some successful high school personal essays that I had found, along with a list of common essay questions, for him to read. I think it's important that he know what a personal essay looks like. I gave him some suggestions for qualities of strong personal essays, and we brainstormed a list together of possible topics for future essays. Two weeks from today I expect to see a draft of an essay for one of the schools he's applying to. Next week we are going to focus on his exam. I will bring the diagnostic test and see what sections he needs most help with."
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