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Contents of CBEST include: arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and formulas. Actually problems in the "formulas" category are formulas taken from the previous three categories. Problems from the "algebra" category are taken only from algebra 1. So there are actually three categories in CBEST. In light of the above categories, CBEST is less complicated than SAT tests because SAT requires more than CBEST. The latter has problems taken from algebra 2 and some introductory trigonometry, which are subjects beyond algebra 1. Since I am certified for tutoring SAT at WyzAnt, I should be certified for tut [more]

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I took the CBEST as part of joining the Santa Clara Teacher Credentialing program and passed without studying on the first try. I regularly tutor almost all of its topics at an equal or higher level than they are presented in the exam. Tutoring is an act of observation. It succeeds where normal instruction fails because it is geared toward a student's particular strengths. My best experiences as a tutor have been with the students who needed me most, learning how they needed to learn. I have been a tutor in one setting or another since childhood. As an undergraduate I was a teacher's assi [more]

To gain State of California teaching certification, sitting for the CBEST is a requirement. I passed the test on my first attempt. To help me help you... 1. Please, be sure to have payment information on file. I will not respond to you otherwise. 2. Know that messages sent during holidays do not receive responses until the next business day. 3. Know that diagnostic exams are given to everyone at the regular hourly rate. No exceptions. 4. Serious inquiries only. Be ready to state and honor a definite start date. Thanks for understanding. Focusing on students' different learning modalities, g [more]

I took the CBEST on 08/21/10 and achieved a total passing score of 217. Specific section scores include: Reading - Scaled Score: 77; Mathematics - Scaled Score: 65; Writing - Scaled Score: 75. I have helped students pass courses and standardized tests for the past 10 years, tutoring suburban private middle school students, urban public high school students, Ivy League college students, and everyone in between. I have been teaching middle and high school math and science full-time for 9 years, and before grad school, I taught in Bolivia as a Peace Corps Volunteer. If you are concerned about p [more]

I have just retired from teaching in California after 22 years, having passed the CBEST myself. In addition, I worked for several years as a Mentor teacher on various projects. As well, I served as a BTSA Mentor for first- and second-year teachers who were fulfilling their clear-credential requirements. I have also worked as an Alameda County Mentor for an intern teacher who was working and studying simultaneously. All this serves me well for CBEST-based knowledge and experience. With the 2010-2011 school year, Mr. P celebrated his twentieth year as a teacher with the Alameda Unified Schoo [more]

I have over 10 years of experience helping students prepare for all sections of the CBEST. My background in standardized test prep - SSAT, ACT, SAT, GRE, and GMAT - is extensive. With the math section, I find many adults need a solid refresher of the fundamentals of number properties, algebra, and geometry. A friend once commented to me that my success as a tutor is due to the fact that I am, "a Renaissance man in the age of specialization." In other words, I can tutor most subjects K-12, I speak French and Portuguese fluently and have an intermediate Spanish level, and I am highly experienced [more]

I believe I'm qualified to teach CBEST preparation because I have passed successfully many courses in obtaining my undergraduate BA degree, my MA degree and my teaching credential. As an elementary teacher for 13 years and specialty teacher in elementary, intermediate school, and high school I have attained all the skills I believe prepare me quite sufficiently for preparing a student to take the CBEST. As a WyzAnt tutor for three years as well as mathematics CBEST tutor for a high school teacher planning on taking the CBEST I also believe I'm quite specially qualified. [more]

The CBEST consists of three sections: Reading, Mathematics, and Writing, all of which I teach on a regular basis. Whether you need help in one, two, or all three areas, I can guide you to master the subject matter and ace the test. Working with me will give you confidence you need, we'll have fun learning the material, and we can accomplish your goal quickly. I have three CA teaching credentials and I have tutored this test before. Let me help you achieve your goal. My goal is to teach my students *how* to learn so they no longer need to rely on me. In addition to three Clear California Teachi [more]

I tutor any level of math including the math portion of the CBEST test which I took myself successfully. I also help with test strategies to master this part specifically for candidates who haven't studied math for some time. I don't tutor the language parts. I hold a M.S. in Mathematics and an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Mathematics, Computer Science, and Physics. Over time I have been working at universities in Germany and France, at research labs and a company in Germany and the US. I have been teaching math and computer science as a tutor and lecturer in multiple countries at high school [more]

You don't have to let the math portion of the CBEST interfere with your plans to enter the field of education. I have helped many adults pass the math portion of the test with only a few weeks of study. My students feel at ease with my gentle and supportive style, yet I don't skip over important concepts needed for the test. I have a bag of tricks to help you remember key concepts as well. It doesn't matter how long ago you took your last math class or your prior grades. We'll set up a study schedule that helps balance work and family with studying. [more]

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