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1) I took the CBEST in order to become a teacher and I received a near perfect score on the math portion. 2) Most of the test is either basic math or basic algebra. I have taught basic math, algebra, geometry, and algebra 2 at the high school level for 20 years. 3) I have qualified myself as a teacher of mathematics by successfully completing the CSET for both Algebra and Geometry. Again, I received near perfect scores. I am a high school math teacher with more than a decade of experience teaching algebra, geometry, and algebra 2. I am comfortable working with students of any age, level, or [more]

I took the CBEST in order to become a teacher, and I passed it the first time in. My math score was a sufficiently high score and, with my reading and writing scores, all scores were high enough for me to pass. In order to become a credentialed teacher in 2002, I needed higher scores in each topic, math reading and writing, so I retook the writing part later to obtain a higher score in reading, so I could get my teaching credential. I enjoy working with students who want to learn. I am a retired California public high school math and science teacher. I have a single subject California teac [more]

My first accomplishment towards my California teaching credential back in 1997 was passing my CBEST (California Basic Educational Skills Test). At that point, I'd taken so many standardized tests and was so comfortable with the sample questions they provided that I went into my test with the goal of not just passing the CBEST, but *acing* it. Having taken and aced the CBEST on my first try, I'm certain that I can help others prepare for their CBEST. My greatest strength as a tutor (beyond really knowing the subjects I tutor) is my ability to adapt to and match the way you learn. A close second [more]

I have a Master's Degree in Pure Math and a Master's in Education. I can tutor a Math portion of any standardized test. What engenders a love of math? How can the door to its beautiful and fun aspects to be opened onto the numbers and their qualities, then remain open through algebra and beyond? Or, how and why do fear and lack of confidence close that door? A child-centered, developmental key can open that door. I am happy to help your child develop a sense of confidence, enthusiasm and capacity that will permeate all math lessons and tests. I have been teaching for the last 20 years, and I [more]

In 2005 I took the CBEST exam so that I could do substitute teaching while pursuing my teaching credential. I have helped other teacher candidates study for this exam, and each one has passed the first time. Hi! I am an experienced and credentialed teacher in the state of California, with a background in computer information systems. In 2012, I published four books, which I am very excited about! For many years I worked in the insurance industry, before pursuing my teaching credential. My love of teaching comes from a lifelong love of learning. As a master's graduate, I know that hard wo [more]

I can help you with the Math portion of CBEST. When I took the test I got perfect score in math. I am an experienced math instructor and I can help you pass. My goal is to help my students understand the math concepts, become good in problem solving, get good grades at school or in college, and ace their tests with confidence. If my student struggles with math, I will help him/her to overcome the difficulties and do well. I have a passion for math and teaching, and I can help my students accomplish their goals in a much more efficient way than if they had to study alone. I have taught for man [more]

The California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST) is a standardized test administered throughout the state of California and Oregon for individuals who want to teach at public schools and gain a credential. It is divided into 3 sections; the Reading section and the Math section each contain 50 multiple-choice questions, while the Writing section consists of two essay questions. The test must be completed in four hours, but test-takers may use that time to work on any or all of the three sections. For the past 3 years, I have successfully tutored numerous students who were preparing to tak [more]

I passed the CBEST in 1987. I have been teaching since that time. During my career, I have provided support for fellow teachers as a BTSA mentor and have served as Dept. Chair and part of Leadership Team. I currently teach full time as well as tutor SAT Writing. With thirty years as an educator, my knowledge, enthusiasm and passion for the profession have led me to a wide range of experiences. My background in creative arts/theater performance is instrumental in my work with students which is based on experiential learning and facilitating and modeling appropriate behaviors for the classro [more]

I am qualified because I have passed the CBEST exam. I passed this exam in order to acquire my LAUSD credential. I have a credential in K-12 + adult (multiple subjects). I stayed current with topics on the CBEST by teaching adults and high school students. I would enjoy a tutoring assignment where I could offer strategies for passing the CBEST exam. I have several years' experience as a Business Education teacher. Being that I have taught Business English, which emphasized grammar and punctuation, I feel very confident in helping students improve their writing skills. I have passed Wyzan [more]

I took the CBEST in order to obtain my BA in Liberal Arts and qualify for entering the Credential Program. Passed the test on the first try and received high scores. CBEST, historically, has been subject matter up to 6th grade level. I taught upper Elementary School. The best way to prepare is to use a study guide together with test strategies. I have always enjoyed teaching and learning. I am a retired Assistant Principal and a certificated teacher for grades K through 6. I have been successfully tutoring students for over 3 years now as well as acting in the capacity of an Educational A [more]

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