Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"In this session, we covered multiple linear regression, interpreting residual plots, and calculating partial correlation coefficients using residuals. We selected a subset of cases for further examination and comparison. We will continue with multiple linear regression and chi-square statistics next time."
"The student and I continued to work through practice problems to get him ready for his final exam on Wednesday. I showed him the steps to use his calculator to find t-probabilities, run t-tests (both one and two sample), and calculate confidence intervals. He is a very quick learner and was able to complete most of the problems with me only explaining it one time. We both feel good about his abilities and have confidence that he will do well on the exam."
"The student and I continued with normal distribution and the z score. He had forgotten the formulas required to comprehend the unit, so I re-taught him all the formulas, and how to identify all the variables included. We then reviewed previous questions from the last session, so that he could remember how he came across such answers last session. We then went through some examples so that he could master the formulas and retain the information he learned. He spent the rest of the session completing his homework assignment."
"The student and I covered finding the variance and standard deviation using a histogram or data set. We also reviewed the empirical rule and applied it to two real-world application problems. We will resume tomorrow."
"The student and I covered general statistic concepts, including observational and experimental case studies, controls, and blinds. She had one particular problem where there were two mediums involved that I was able to discern were the double blinds in question."
"This session was used to get the student ready for an exam. He hasn't done the best on the quizzes, but he feels prepared for the test now. He didn't really understand all of the material that he was initially given, but he does now!"