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SAT Writing and Language Tutoring review by Micaela in Bucks County, PA
The student had completed a reading section for me, so we went through the results together. She definitely needs to practice vocab but I feel she is improving on CR skills. She will complete an SAT Math test for me for next time.
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SAT Writing and Language Tutoring review by Claire in Bucks County, PA
We discussed CR strategy (especially SC) and methods to stay actively engaged in reading. The student is pleasure to work with!
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SAT Writing and Language Tutoring review by Kate in Bucks County, PA
We spent some time getting to know each other and going over the student's strengths, weaknesses and goals. She has not taken the SAT but scored around 1800 on the PSAT tests that she took. She would like to score over 2000 to improve her chances of getting into her choice of school. She told me that she struggles with Reading Comprehension. I will give her some strategies for improving her speed and accuracy on the comprehension section. To get a sense of where she needs some extra practice, I introduced a broad range of vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension questions. From her performance on these questions, I have identified several areas that we will focus on in the coming weeks. We finished the session with an introduction of SAT essay strategy that we will continue next week. I have emailed her a list of vocabulary words to study for our next session.
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SAT Writing and Language Tutoring review by Gabrielle in Bucks County, PA
We had a good number of math problems and vocabulary terms to review. After reviewing the practice test, we discussed her sample essay, which is showing great improvements in the structure and organization. For her next practice essay, she's going to try writing in 22 instead of 25 minutes, and she's going to work on having more "repetitive" topic/wrap-up sentences that restate her main argument. She also might try to include a counterargument paragraph on her next sample essay, since we discussed this concept in depth today. I concluded the session by introducing and discussing new vocabulary terms with her. She's doing a great job at writing practice sentences and linking vocabulary concepts (this word is the opposite of that other word, etc.), and I'm very pleased with her progress so far. We also squeezed in two practice reading comprehension passages, and the student answered the questions without hesitation. Great work in today's session!
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SAT Writing and Language Tutoring review by Brendan in Bucks County, PA
The student and I reviewed Reading passages, sentence completion and Math. He is very strong in the first two areas. Additional strategies discussed include 1. if any portion of an answer choice is false (reading) or doesn't fit (sentence completion), do not choose that answer. 2. Be aware of the presence of opposition words, (despite, although, however) and how they take a sentence in a different direction. Also emphasized was the need to answer questions based on what is stated or implied in the passage (as the directions state). Making assumptions based on knowledge one already brings to the table is not recommended. The student is good in Math as well. He has a decent comfort level with the content, but the stronger we can make that, the quicker he can answer questions and enjoy associated score increases.
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SAT Writing and Language Tutoring review by Michael in Bucks County, PA
We began by reviewing the student's homework, which was some reading and math questions. On reading she is consistently scoring above 80%. As per usual, we went back and looked for specific textual evidence on the couple of questions she had missed. She had a few questions from her math homework, so we addressed those. We then completed the section, reviewing such concepts as graphs of functions (specifically polynomial functions) and systems of equations. One strategy I highlighted was to always round to three decimal places when you are working with a long decimal -- otherwise you may lose accuracy. We worked on writing, which is her strongest. On her first passage, she answered 11/11 correct -- there's not so much she can be taught in that section, which is great! We finished with some non-calculator math questions, returning to functions and working through a couple of word problems, which she seems to be doing better with. For our next (final) session, she has a bit of homework: 3 reading passages and 2 writing.
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