Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I reviewed some of his past tests. We then went over exponent rules again and corrected the exam. We also reviewed two other exams on polynomial addition and graphing functions, and he started his new section on combining functions. For next time, he will finish correcting his last two exams so that we can go over them together. He will also finish this week's homework and write down any questions he has."
"The student and I reviewed some of the new material for perimeter and area. We were able to review his homework and classwork as well. His mom and I ordered a textbook for him so that we can work on some of the upcoming topics, and he can be prepared to increase his grade to an 80."
"The student and I reviewed some questions from part 2-2 midterm questions that her professor gave her to review for the final test, which is in a couple days. She is pretty ahead in the questions, so I emailed her some notes I had on the first few. I am now going to assist her with some specific questions she showed me. We are going to be in contact through email and go from there in terms of setting up a future lesson."
"The student and I reviewed some questions on PEMDAS operations for mixed & irrational fractions. He was not familiar with converting mixed fractions into improper fractions before performing the PEMDAS operations, so we worked on that until he became very comfortable in doing so."
"The student and I reviewed the algebraic concepts that will be on her upcoming examinations. Specifically, we practiced solving simple one-step algebraic equations, using practice problems from worksheets and her textbook. Although she seemed comfortable with addition and subtraction, she could use more practice with multiplication and division. We will work more on that in our next session."
"The student and I reviewed the Central Limit Theorem and the proportions theorem to create normal models to make predictions. We went over all of the conditions for using each theorem and then worked through problems together to practice using them. He seemed much more comfortable with the material after our session, and was able to work through some problems on his own."