First Session: Test Preparation

1st Session Report: Test Preparation
Instructor Name *
Instructor Name
Student Name *
Student Name
Parent Name *
Parent Name
Targeted Test Date *
Targeted Test Date
Which test date are we targeting to comprehensively prepare the Student (not necessarily the same as their upcoming test date)?
Rank the Student's Performance
Session Preparedness *
Measure of Student's readiness to begin upon arrival, including calculator, paper, pencils and prep book (if applicable).
Standardized Test-taking Proficiency *
Measure of Student's natural test-taking skills and intuition. Discount Student's scores if your consistent prompting and hints were required.
Coachability/Motivation *
Measure of the Student's motivation to receive coaching and help versus the session being an obligation established by the Parent.
Session Efficacy *
Measure of the student's productivity and benefit from your session together? This is not a grade of your intentions or efforts but instead, a measure of the value of the session towards the student's upcoming standardized test.
Established Consistent, Weekly Schedule
Was a consistent, weekly tutoring schedule established? *
Between your interactions and requests with the Student and Parent(s), was a consistent, weekly schedule established, per our policies and suggestion?
A consistent schedule is at the heart of effectively coaching and sustainably improving our students' academics!
Please list the days and times of your established scheduled.
First Session Production
Important to highlight the value proposition delivered in the 1st session due to our insight gained from the diagnostic and assessment process.
These fields are not seen by parents; only reviewed by management.
It is SS policy that a parental guardian is present for any of our sessions. This is a liability concern for our staff, clients and our company, so please inform us.
Candid, constructive conversations with parents are always valuable to the tutoring process, as it enables instructors to manage expectations properly and to speak freely about concerns - however small or large.
Rapport is a foundational element of creating a social contract with a Student, so they will adhere to our coaching.
Candor is appreciated. If you have any complaints, doubts, concerns, etc., this is your opportunity to convey these important matters to management.