When it comes to geometry, practice is the most important part of the tutoring process. This provides the student with different examples and forms of solving the problem. During the tutoring process I like to provide the student with different forms of solving a problem and asking them which they believe its easiest to remember and use. It is important that the student puts forth their best effort because without it the tutoring will not be effective. The student must attempt to practice and review his or her notes and problems on his own time. During this time if the student comes across a problem they can not solve they should write it down and ask their tutor to guide them through it. They must also be dedicated to achieving their fullest potential. If the dedication is there and the student is fully putting forth an effort, there is no way the student can not get an A in the course.