Award-Winning LSAT Tutors in Sterling Heights, MI

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Session Summaries by LSAT Tutors

LSAT Tutoring review by Flora in Sterling Heights, MI
Today we reviewed one practice test with 25 questions which allowed us to pinpoint the areas of weakness in taking the GRE Math exam. The main points of focus for the next few days until the day of the exam will be: fractions/ percentages, algebra, and geometry. The student has an understanding of word problems but becomes unsure with how it should be expressed in mathematical terms. She is also able to understand the concept of fractions and percentages, but is rusty when it comes to manipulating them. I think with a solid week of practice, there should be a jump in improvement on her scores, with the goal of passing the exam.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Melissa in Sterling Heights, MI
The student and I reviewed her GRE Literature diagnostic exam and identified three areas for further study: literary criticism, poetry contexts, and poetic forms. To address literary criticism, she can read pages 66-70 in her review book and make flashcards on basic tenets, representative critics, and notable titles. To address poetic contexts, she can use a timeline that I will create for her of key poetic periods with dates, key authors/works, and general themes of the periods. To address poetic form, she can read pages 61-65 in her review book and make note cards on stanza/verse/sonnet types as well as representative titles, authors, and dates. Reviewing contemporary poets from the 20th century will be useful. Getting a sense of periods and their characteristics will be very helpful.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Andrew in Sterling Heights, MI
We went over answers for the student's second full-length practice GRE subject test in which he improved by 15% from his first full-length practice GRE subject test in only four weeks. I'm very proud of him. I will be sending him material (illustrations, links, etc.) for the questions that he missed on the test.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Najla in Sterling Heights, MI
Today we reviewed several math topics for the GRE. The student will complete a practice test to help us gauge her progress and establish a baseline, and we will meet again afterwards to review algebra and geometry. Overall very good session!
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LSAT Tutoring review by Elizabeth in Sterling Heights, MI
We reviewed a homework prompt I provided to the student. We checked for grammar, flow, and clarity of ideas. I suggested he not time himself for this assignment, but work on quality. We did a practice prompt where I gave him 45 minutes, again asking him to focus on quality. We reviewed his work the same way. I am seeing improvements. I provided him with sample essays at various score ranges (6-3) and scorer comments explaining why each essay earned its score. I also provided some tips for analysis of the prompt and we applied them to both topics we worked on for this session. He has been given a new prompt to work on so we can review it in our next lesson. Again, I encouraged him to focus on quality of writing; then we can work on keeping the high quality when given the time limit.
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LSAT Tutoring review by Irina in Sterling Heights, MI
We looked at the three Analyze an Issue essays the student wrote based on the brainstorming we did last time. Her essays were technically sound with regards to punctuation, spelling, and grammar, so we did not address those. Where she needs to focus more is on organizing her ideas and the logical flow of ideas within her body paragraphs. We also discussed the use of specific transition word or phrase at the beginning of body paragraphs. We brainstormed more topics for both Analyze an Issue and Analyze an Argument, for which she will write two more sample essays for next time.
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