Recent Tutoring Session Reviews
"The student and I covered her final exam with the review sheet of practice problems her teacher provided. She needs to be familiar with all of the links that I've sent her between Thursday and today, and not over think her problem solving by questioning her arithmetic, rather checking her work once she gets a final answer for each problem."
"The student and I covered her multiplication and long division practice problems that I left for her. She is really getting more and more confident with these problems, and therefore, having fewer issues. As usual, this young lady always has a positive attitude toward the learning process. I also left her some additional practice problems for her to work through and complete prior to our next meeting."
"The student and I covered how to estimate integrals using sums. The methods we covered were Riemann sums, the trapezoidal rule, and the midpoint rule. We then covered some actual integration rules for computing area and interpreting what the area represents."
"The student and I covered how to multiply numbers from the 20 to 60. While we were working on those problems, I started to explain to him place values for the 10s and 100s."
"The student and I covered how to run descriptive statistics, frequencies, t-tests for two independent samples, Pearson correlations, and linear regressions. She seemed to be struggling with the more advanced statistical methods and SPSS. We were able to work together and improve her understanding so that she was able to answer almost all of the review questions herself."
"The student and I covered how to solve radical equations in preparation for her quiz. She got the basic concept down, but as the material advanced into binomial equations, she struggled a bit. We therefore continued to practice the more difficult questions. By the end of the session, she could complete the few remaining problems on her own."