My boss and I have a meeting every Tuesday to discuss happenings and current events. These discussions are by no means unprofessional or irrelevant, and some of them are incredibly important to my overall productivity.
Recently I had a performance review, and I am confused by the feedback I received. On one hand, my boss gave me a good review along with a 6% raise. However, there were also comments about things I could improve on, and they included references to resources that I'd never heard of previously. At the time of the evaluation, I was unable to ask my boss about those comments.
Should I ask my questions about this review before the next Tuesday meeting, or wait?
I don't want to be pushy, but some of my questions may lead into other issues or questions (If that's true, why's it on my review?). These are important questions to me, and the longer I wait to address them, the worse of a place I will be in to ask more.
Please keep in mind: my manager has been managing me for about 9 months, and I'm her only and first ever employee. I don't want to be difficult, but I feel I'm missing an opportunity for both of us to learn how to better handle both of our respective positions.
ETA: Please note that this is not a question about the questions, but rather one about the timing of asking those questions. Without knowing the entire situation (or me explaining it fully) it is hard to determine these are the right questions to ask, although I've verified these questions are fair to ask with a third party who knows the situation. I'd like to thank the answers so far for the feedback regarding them, but unfortunately it's not my issue.