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When I entered California and decided to become certified to teach high school, mathematics, I was required to take both the CBEST and CSET examinations. I passed all four of them (CBEST and CSET I, II, and III for Mathematics) on my first attempts. The reports I received also indicated that my work was of excellent quality, especially in mathematics. In my 12 years as a high school and college instructor in California, I have taught all math courses through AP Calculus and IB Mathematics HL. "Why study mathematics?" and "How will I ever understand this stuff?" are two of the most real and com [more]

I taught math and physics at a private school in the Caribbean for 5th-12th graders, including SAT Math. I also have a B.S. in Chemical Engineering and an MBA degree. I've taken this test and finished it an hour early. My scores were in the highest percentiles. It was a part of my application to become a high school teacher. The math is pretty easy, and was less difficult than the SAT. I did so well on the test that the exam proctor offered me a job as the Math teacher at the Adult Learning Center that I took the test at. [more]

I passed the CBEST at first attempt, though many teachers told me it was very difficult. I did not find this to be true. I am qualified to teach math and basic English skills. I ran several California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) "Boot Camps,' as well as having taught this class. Passing the CAHSEE requires that students be proficient in 8th grade math and 10th grade English, as without a passing score, students will not receive a high school diploma. I have also taught GED materials and test-taking strategies. Additionally, I've written and published a book and am published in my law [more]

I took the CBEST in 1997 as part of my Secondary Education Teaching Credential program. I passed the test and went on to enroll in a master's program in Secondary Education at SFSU. I then taught HS math with a California CTC Emergency Credential. I have recently reinstated my credential for substitute teaching in CA. The exam is fairly straightforward; it is (+/-) comparable to the SAT. By DM (6/29/13) Over the past five years I've worked with hundreds of students in math and statistics courses. Subject matter ranges from Pre-Algebra through Calculus, Introduction/Elementary Statistics, AP [more]

I received the Ed.D degree in School Administration acquired from the University of San Francisco. My professional experience includes 22 years of teaching in the California Public Schools precisely Twin Rivers School District (formerly Grant School District). I served as Vice-Principal and principal at Highlands High School, Grant High School, Rio Tierra and Rio Linda Preparatory Junior High School. The completion of the CBEST is required prior to obtaining a teaching credential in the State of California. Both my teaching experiences at the school district and at National University as an [more]

I passed the CBEST Exam 2/10/2001, earning a 79 in Reading, 67 in Math, and 63 in Writing, with a total score of 209, considered "highest results." I am an English Instructor, poet, musician, and yoga teacher living in Sacramento, California. Since 1997, I have tutored students aged eight through sixty-plus in English literature and composition; creative writing; writing in all subjects; and music history, music theory, and flute. Additionally, I teach English composition to adults online part-time for University of Phoenix and Ashford University. I began teaching at the college level in 20 [more]

I have taken and passed the Cbest. I tutored my wife and have taught the contents for a very long time. Hi there! I am Herman and I have been teaching for the past 25 years. I have a wide field of experience teaching Math and Science to culturally diverse populations which includes teaching at an International School with a Baccalaureate Program. I have also taught in the Fiji Islands. I have a clinical approach to teaching. I conduct diagnostic tests to determine where the students are and then go on from there. I have some experience in teaching At-Risk Students. Thank you.... [more]

I am qualified to tutor CBEST test preparation because I have taken and passed the CBEST myself. Additionally, I went on and successfully earned my teaching credential this year. I have been tutoring and teaching secondary level mathematics for 7 years. I have a bachelor's degree in mathematics from UCLA and a master's degree in math education from CSULA. Currently I teach math full time and offer tutoring in the afternoons. Students and colleagues frequently tell me that my presence and attitude toward the subject of mathematics is calming. I wasn't always good at math so I know how frustr [more]

The CBEST is an exam that's not very difficult. The math it requires is mostly just standard algebra and geometry. Any decent math tutor is sufficiently knowledgeable to tutor for this test. In my case, I have 30 years of experience in tutoring not only algebra and geometry, but also trigonometry, calculus, differential equations, statistics, number theory, and more. I have also tutored specifically for the CBEST on a number of occasions. I am highly qualified to tutor students needing help in preparing for the CBEST exam. [more]

I am credentialed through the State of California as a Special Education Teacher. I have experience working as a substitute teacher on an emergency permit. I successfully passed the CBEST in 2008. I am a permanent CBEST card holder. I have always had a natural knack for reading, writing, and grammar, even prior to becoming a credentialed teacher. This is my 11th year teaching special education. I have more than 20 years of experience working with special needs kids. I am trained, licensed, and considered highly qualified in the State of California to teach general education elementary subjects [more]

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