Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"We picked up today's class exactly where yesterday's left off. We completed all the math assignments that the student felt he needed help with, and then we moved on to chemistry. We finished off the class with a final review of stoichiometry; then, for all the remaining material, we made a game plan so that he could cover the important parts before his upcoming test."
"In this session, we went over one of the student's quizzes. This included covering supplementary and complementary angles, how to get the least common multiple, how to get the greatest common factor, and negative fraction arithmetic. Overall, it was a good session. He asked good questions and was paying attention throughout the session."
"In this session, we went over last questions that the student had in preparation for her final. There were only a couple of sections that I had to refresh for her, and I asked harder questions than I thought would be on her test. She was able to answer these without my help!"
"During our session, we covered equations with logarithms. We used the logarithm equivalence equations to solve for variables as well as the key concepts behind a logarithm. The student did not struggle with the content at all and worked very well with the given instructions. I left him with some practice problems to continue his progress in the topic. He continues to do well during our sessions, and I look forward to seeing him progress."
"The student and I went over the types of derivatives that occur with multivariable and vector calculus. He was very interested and eager to learn the new material. He was struggling a bit with recalling various differentiation rules, but I think this will become easier as time goes on, and we develop new strategies to deal with those types of problems. Next, we will go over integration of multivariable functions and vector functions. From there, we will have a base established to work with to solve all problems that may arise in this course."
"Tonight, we worked with radicals and how to simplify, multiply, and divide. We then transitioned to chemistry and worked through stoichiometry problems. Using the formula from the student's class, we identified the amount of grams in each element of the equation and proved the conservation of mass law. She is doing quite well and left the session with an understanding of why the formula works with the mass law."