Instructor Hand-off Form: Test Preparation

Progress report
Instructor Name *
Instructor Name
Student Name *
Student Name
Parent Name *
Parent Name
Next Targeted Test Date *
Next Targeted Test Date
Rank the Student's Performance
Consistent Schedule *
Student Preparedness *
Test-Taking Proficiency *
Coachability/Motivation *
Session Efficacy *
Consistent Schedule
Please list the days and times of your established scheduled.
Is a consistent tutoring scheduled being maintained by you and your student? *
A consistent schedule is at the heart of effectively coaching and sustainably improving our students' academics! (be sure to include if the days/times of the sessions change frequently)
Session Preparedness
Test-taking Proficiency
Critical information to ensure a smooth hand-off, mitigate student/parent anxiety about the switch and maximize student performance in future sessions.
Accuracy and pace ultimately need to be improved and optimized to secure significant test score gains. What insight can you share to establish the most accurate expectations?
Individual test preparation must be valuable to the student's performance to make it worthwhile to parents. The value hinges on the student's attitude and engagement, so your feedback is integral.
Critical to a student's ability to secure dependable test-score gains.
These fields are not seen by parents; only Scholastic Success.
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.
Candor is appreciated. If you have any complaints, doubts, concerns, etc., this is your opportunity to convey these important matters to management.
If yes, please also email management ASAP.
Internal projections of our student's likely, current performance (state the sectional scores you are confident the student would achieve).
Vital to know what has been accomplished officially and unofficially (projected performances from homework assigned and in-session work) and ultimately, what the realistic goals should be - including sectional scores.