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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Aleena in Bucks County, PA
The student and I worked on ACT Math today. She is doing a great job applying the test-taking strategies we have discussed and has improved at staying within the time limit. She also did well on today's practice problems.
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Tal in Bucks County, PA
The student and I reviewed a little bit of English before jumping into the Science section for the ACT. We went through the rest of the sample passages on the ACT website; the first one we did together and on the rest I timed him, and we looked over the answers afterward. He did really well on the majority of the Science passages, and he finished in time for most of them as well!
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Ken in Bucks County, PA
The student and I covered two English passages, 20 math questions, 2 reading passages (Fiction and Humanities), and 3 science passages (Data Representation, Research Summary, and Conflicting Viewpoints). Once again, she was an active participant in our session and seems to be making solid progress in all sections of the test. Though she struggled most with English, this is perhaps the section in which a student can hope to make the most improvement.
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Asta in Bucks County, PA
The student was focused on his final exams last week. We continued today with ACT Reading. I taught him about the concepts of relevance and tone in regards to the ACT. Relevance will help him identify answer choices that are addressed by the passage, while tone will help him identify the positive/negative voice used by the author that will be reflected in the answer choices.
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Breta in Bucks County, PA
The student is taking her first ACT in a month, which gives us four more sessions. I have a lesson plan that is subject to change if we need to focus more or less on a particular area. Today, we focused on the English section. First, we went over the set-up of the English test; we then covered a few simple tips for how to conquer the test. Finally, we delved into the material. We went over punctuation rules, including the ever-tedious comma rules. For every rule, I had her come up with her own sample sentence in which the rule was used. Immediately after, we applied what we had just reviewed to a punctuation work sheet. She did very well. When I acknowledged that she made a mistake, she looked the question over again, and often corrected her own error. We then went over a few commonly missed and confused words such as fewer vs. less and well vs. good. From there, we did some practice with subject-verb agreement and tense consistency. Finally, we completed three short English passages to assess her understanding. She did very well. She finished with a significant amount of time left on each practice and managed to answer all, or nearly all, of the questions correctly. She was very receptive to the material. She asked questions and stayed focused on the material. In terms of the English section, I feel she is very prepared for the upcoming test. There were a few wrinkles in her punctuation usage that we quickly ironed out. I left her with a practice English test and directions to read a practice diagnostics test. I also asked her to go through each section (Math, Reading, English and Science), and read through the directions. The purpose of this was so that she may know the instructions prior to going into the testing room. In this way, she can save time on test day. I was quite content with our session; she did very well and maintained focus the entire time.
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Olivia in Bucks County, PA
Today, we went over some strategies for approaching the rhetorical skills section of the ACT English test. We looked at some different question types and together thought of ways to approach each of them. After we discussed the strategies, I had the student complete an English practice test to see him apply strategies from this week and last week. He did decently, though he does need to review some of the past concepts we've gone over, such as punctuation rules. This test was mainly diagnostic, to see how much he's retained, so we'll go over it during our next session and review. I'm happy to say that some of the important concepts that I emphasized, however, did stick.
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