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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Joni in St. Louis, MO
Student was on time and had completed his homework. He had some questions with the mini-lesson on semicolons that I assigned, but we cleared those up. We did science for the whole session today. I quizzed him briefly at the end with some things from his daily homework, and he knew the answers, so I can tell he's been doing those assignments. We'll cover science and math next week.
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Ilana in St. Louis, MO
We started by doing reading comprehension questions and discussing strategies for finding the relevant information in the passages as quickly and efficiently as possible: reading the question and answers first so you know what to look for, starting with a topic you're interested in so that you can settle into the test (but being careful not to spend too much time on that section), and reading the first and last sentences/paragraphs to get a general sense before tackling the whole essay, etc. It's hard to find relevant sentences, so I'd suggest underlining key words that pertain to the questions as you go through so that you can find them later. The student has trouble retaining the information if she skims, so if possible, I'd say read in depth the parts that have relevance to the question, and do the questions that say "what is the meaning of this passage?" last, once you've already answered some questions about it. After that, we did science and discussed how rates are distance/time. Also, how the slope of a distance/time graph is the same as an object's speed. Like with any of these subjects, it's important to really know what they're asking. For instance, for one question about dominant and recessive alleles, the answer was "there is not enough information" because a plant that expresses the dominant gene may actually have the recessive gene as well. The diagram given was for two plants that did not have the correct genotype for what the question was asking, but it's tempting to use the diagram given. After going through science questions, we started on math again. We just did one question where you have to recognize that you can substitute one variable for something much more complicated, if the complicated thing appears in both of the equations you are using.
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Ian in St. Louis, MO
This session we finished looking over a practice test. After finishing our review of the practice test, we worked on practice problems that involved physics passages for the science section and defining words through context for the reading section.
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Robert in St. Louis, MO
We went over a little bit of everything. She did particularly well on reading and English. The science and math are still a bit tougher, but I think she will do well on the actual test.
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Benjamin in St. Louis, MO
We reviewed basic trig identities, complex numbers, how to find the nth term of an arithmetic sequence, how to find simple interest, how to find percent increase/decrease, how to find profit, and how to find sale price. I'll send him more ACT Math practice tests.
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ACT Writing Tutoring review by Jeanne in St. Louis, MO
The student and I covered the ACT English section this session. She seems to be skilled in intuitively answering the English questions, but we went through several of the grammar rules that are repeatedly covered on the ACT, and I think these will very much help her increase her score by realizing what the error is in the question. She will practice these skills, and I think with the increased grammar knowledge and strategies such as redundancy and conciseness, she can do quite well. Next session, we will do an overview of the ACT sections, as the exam approaches.
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