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"Student A concentrated on reading comprehension online. He is still fluctuating a lot in reading comprehension. Student B had math homework to complete, after which he wanted to practice writing as opposed to practicing reading comprehension. In math class, he has been practicing calculating volume and area of 3D objects, such as cones, cylinders, cubes, prisms, etc. For writing practice, he did very well on a prompt from the SAT practice questions, asking him his opinion on whether it is better to focus on simple experiences or complex experiences that make people happy. He did a good job on structure, transitions, and using examples."
"We covered a lot of topics today! I'm so pleased with how well the student has retained her algebra. I started her on the quadratic formula. I promised her I'd try to find her a mnemonic to help her memorize it. She was very comfortable working with radicals. We also reviewed proportions (I threw some hard ones at her and she did really well), percents, equations of lines, inequalities, and absolute value. She does very good work."
"Subject: AP Calculus AB
Session 1  10/3
Comments
The student has a strong understanding of the core concepts. He should looks for ways to simplify the expression before evaluating their derivatives to reduce the amount of algebra required."
"In this tutoring session, the student and I started by reviewing the final chemistry information that she would need to be successful on the chemistry final that she is taking tomorrow. This included some brief lab safety information and a quick density review. We then moved on to work on sections 23 and 24 of her math assignments. This included factoring and completing the square. She did a good job working through the content."
"We worked on the student science project giving an example of a physical change vs. a chemical change, then we discussed balancing chemical equations and endothermic vs. exothermic chemical reactions while working on a new set of flashcards to assist in studying for Thursday's test. We also talked about why the student gets more nervous on tests than quizzes and strategies for studying and test taking."
"We started the session of with problems from a previous session, and then we moved on to some material from some topics that she currently had. Topics included mean, value theorem, Rolle's theorem, graphing derivatives, and applications."
"The student said he got a 90% on his most recent quiz and retook his test. Tonight we went through his stoichiometry assignment and focused on understanding molemass conversions, along with limiting reagent, actual, theoretical and percent yields. He did great and was focused; towards the end of the session he opted to do more practice on the topic to make sure that he definitely knew how to do them on his own."
"We reviewed for the student's midterm exam by completing the remainder of her proficiency tests in addition to some problems in her study packet. She is really connecting the dots between what she has learned throughout the year to the material. I'm very proud of her progress thus far. We completed her packet and reviewed anything else she had questions on. She had some difficulty with problems that incorporated the Pythagorean theorem and quadratic formula, but she understood after I explained."
"Today, the student and I worked on proportions. He is improving his practice and knowledge of proportions. We utilized the practice problems online. Once he learns a formula, he is able to solve the problem with greater ease. For the next session, we will work on commission sales and sale percentages."
"Today, we worked on a solving system of equations using matrices. We solved the system of equations using inverse of a matrix and Cramer's rule. We also learned how to find determinant of a 2X2 and 3X3 matrix by hand and also using a calculator."
"We covered addition reactions and what makes them the most stable. We went over a homework packet that asked about sn2 and sn1 reactions. I taught the student how energy diagrams show that minor products require more energy. Sn2 is bimolecular and Sn1 is unimolecular."
"We continued working with exponential functions. We also worked on quadratic functions
 identifying shifts, shape, and how to graph.
 we began to work on factoring as a means to solve quadratic functions by finding xintercepts.
 in this session, I gave the student a strategy for how to approach quadratic functions; first by plotting points to understand the shape of the graph, and second to be able to identify the vertex. The student has been very receptive to tutoring and willing to put in the effort to learn the material."
 identifying shifts, shape, and how to graph.
 we began to work on factoring as a means to solve quadratic functions by finding xintercepts.
 in this session, I gave the student a strategy for how to approach quadratic functions; first by plotting points to understand the shape of the graph, and second to be able to identify the vertex. The student has been very receptive to tutoring and willing to put in the effort to learn the material."
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