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REGENTS Tutoring review by Esther in Hempstead, NY
We got acquainted with the SAT--the different parts, the timing, the scoring. We then familiarized ourselves with the sentence completion questions in the critical reading sections. The student is able to figure out what should go in the blank/ blanks but has trouble with the more difficult vocabulary words. We worked on memorizing some vocab together and I assigned some sentence completion sections for homework.
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REGENTS Tutoring review by Andrea in Hempstead, NY
The first thing we did today was go over the student's 40 vocab words from last week. 40 words is a lot, but since she is testing in early December, I think it's good for her to remain ambitious in this area. She feels it is her greatest weakness on the test, so I gave her some tips on how to manage such a large word bank. I'm giving her some definitions; others I ask her to look up on her own. The main thing we worked on this week was shortening her definitions - she had a few defining words for each vocab item, which I think is too much for her to remember. We also only added 10 additional words for this week, to allow her to catch up with the words from last week and adjust a little. We'll try different quizzing and mnemonic strategies in the coming sessions. After the vocab, I drilled her on arithmetic. She did a bunch of arithmetic and division problems, for speed and accuracy. She did really well on this. She momentarily forgot, and then remembered, some shortcuts that will be useful for the test. I think it's a good idea to keep doing speed drills. Next, we went through her SSAT math prep book. We skipped the problems and concepts that were easy for her; I worked with her on some of the more difficult concepts. She has some "strange symbols" algebra problems to work through this week, as homework. I gave her a measurement conversion method that is good for combating test fatigue; we'll practice it a couple more times to make sure it's fast for her. She learned basic factoring techniques for polynomials -- she picked this up so quickly. At the very end of the session, we talked about the types of geometry problems she's likely to be tested on. She definitely has the math skills to do well on the geometry problems on the test; it will just be a matter of learning what to expect and learning how to deal with problems that synthesize multiple skills - which she can do.
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REGENTS Tutoring review by Priyanka in Hempstead, NY
I gave the student grammar packets, math packets and vocabulary packets since we will only be meeting bi-weekly. We reviewed numbers and operations.
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REGENTS Tutoring review by Mary in Hempstead, NY
The student is having more trouble with critical reading than the other two sections, so we focused on that today. We started the sentence completions on page 232 and did a timed critical reading section. We spent a lot of time going over her math and reading homework, and I asked her to complete CR 780 and math 785 for next time.
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REGENTS Tutoring review by Evan in Hempstead, NY
The student and I began our session by talking about the critical reading section of the SAT. We took a look at some sentence completion questions as a warm-up. He has a strong grasp on the strategy for eliminating incorrect answers on vocab questions, but he still needs to work on improving his vocabulary, which should help him narrow down his answers even further. Similarly, he did well with the reading comprehension passages we examined, but needs to keep practicing in order to get confident enough to work through them quickly. We will go through some new strategies for reading comprehension at our next session. To complete the session, we did a practice math section. The student is very good at solving problems in creative ways, but he sometimes works too quickly and loses track of numbers. He also had some questions on certain problem types, including systems of equations and unusual functions. Next session, we will focus in on these particular topics. However, in general, he will be best served by practice, so I left him a math section to do on his own.
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