My mindset, I tell the students to make something out of it and mostly just try to motivate them or focus on what is motivating them. Also to build healthy habits overall so that the studying isn’t unhealthy.
Because ultimately we know an endless amount about the test but how much of it’s going to rub off or what the outcome will be who knows
@Thersh: It should say somewhere whether it's per year or total. It is not per semester; Minnesota's cost of attendance is $74K/year ($84K/year out of state); even if they were offering you full tuition, room+board+expenses, and some kind of stipend, that would not add up to $114K per year
@Thersh: I think a major point of what tutors should do is create an experience you cannot get anywhere else every lesson and so yeah it sounds like that didn’t happen. Ultimately though you standing on your own is the biggest thing because nobody will be there with you on test day.