3 CLAST Tutors Found Near Gainesville, FL



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Deborah J.

CLAST Tutor

New Port Richey, FL 34654

Will travel 15 miles

$50 per hour.

4.98 99 ratings

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Elementary math and reading, Basic Computer, English - Miss Debbie

When I took my CLAST tests in 2007, I was very nervous. Even though my grades were high enough to exempt me from taking the CLAST, I was told that it was necessary to take and pass it if I wanted to be a teacher. It has been several years and many tests later that I now feel qualified to tutor someone who is studying for their CLAST. I have passed my General Knowledge test and my Professional test in order to become a teacher in Florida. I also passed my test that was required to teach Elementary Education. Anytime that I want to add a subject to my teaching certificate, I must study and take [more]


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Linda W.

CLAST Tutor

Plant City, FL 33563

Will travel 30 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 42 ratings

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Tutoring to make connections in learning

I am qualified to tutor the CLAST because I have taken the it and passed. Please note scores acquired: Essay-10, Math-306, Reading-296, Writing-324. In conjunction with the above I am also certified to teach and the skills that I use with instruction can be incorporated to teach the CLAST. As I matriculated through K-12, I often found myself struggling. It was not because I could not do the work--instead, it was because so many of my lessons were taught the same way. I loved reading and could read just about anything put before me, but, for a number of reasons, my comprehension level was no [more]


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James L.

CLAST Tutor

Largo, FL 33770

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

4.89 37 ratings

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Math and business tutor

I have tutored the CLAST test given at community and junior colleges for the past 18 years. I create practice tests for students based on prior test questions and sit next to them as they think through each question. I am interested in the answers (as the student should be) but am more interested in having the student talk out their thinking and computing processes. By using this method I may more accurately diagnose student difficulties in calculations and thinking processes. This leads me to more easily propose solutions in these areas. [more]