6 Praxis Tutors Found Near Reno, NV



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Abby F.

Praxis Tutor

Danville, CA 94506

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 40 ratings

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Speaking, Writing, Medical/Social Sciences Tutoring by College Prof.

I possess a doctoral degree in Audiology and have taught in clinical Audiology which qualifies me to tutor for the Praxis exam in Audiology. I have had 13 lessons already with an Audiology Praxis exam student (Tiffany B.) I am a university instructor (sociology and social research) and have previous experience teaching in the clinical setting. I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Politics, a Master's Degree in Sociology, and a Doctorate (AuD) in clinical audiology. I love teaching and one-on-one tutoring because of the opportunity to use the student's interests to teach the information. I enjoy colla [more]


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Alana W.

Praxis Tutor

Reno, NV 89511

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

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Special Education/Elementary Education Tutor

I scored in the top 15% on the Praxis II, earning an ETS recognition of excellence. On the C-PPST Reading I scored a 186 out of 190 and on the C-PPST Writing I scored a 184 out of 190. On the C-PPST Math I scored a 183 out of 190. I have nine years experience teaching elementary age students in all subject areas. For eight of those years, I worked as a special education teacher to students with learning disabilities as well as students with autism spectrum disorder. I have experience using the Wilson Reading Program as well as Recipe for Reading to help students with dyslexia learn to read. I [more]


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Bonny F.

Praxis Tutor

Magalia, CA 95954

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.0 1 ratings

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Tutoring - Pre-K to Adult Learners

I have taken many different versions of Praxis. When I started teaching, in the 1980's, it was called the NTE (National Teacher Exam) for Subject knowledge and the CBEST for general academic knowledge. In the 1990's, I took a version of the Praxis, called the PLACE, (Professional Licensing Assessment for Colorado Educators). I have always passed the tests on the first try, for all subjects and grade levels that I am authorized to teach. I credit my passing to having had very good training and exposure to a variety of different teaching methods in the course of my teaching and tutoring career. [more]



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Jeanie L.

Praxis Tutor

Lafayette, CA 94549

Will travel 9 miles

$150 per hour.

4.89 254 ratings

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Academic Tutor Extraordinaire

I have been working as an academic tutor for approximately ten years. During that time, I have discovered that I am especially gifted in the arena of test prep. As Praxis is for potential teachers, it covers all the essential skills (reading, writing, and math)--all of which are easy for me to teach effectively. In fact, I have three California teaching credentials (English, Math, and Multiple Subject). I have also taught both English and Math in public Summer School and for a private high school. Over my teaching experience, I have worked with high- and low-achieving students (and everything [more]


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David F.

Praxis Tutor

Modesto, CA 95356

Will travel 40 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 328 ratings

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Piano Teacher (and Polymath!)

Praxis Core testing in reading, writing, and mathematics parallels other ETS offerings. I have successfully tutored for more than 40 years in these basic test prep subjects. I believe that excellent exam preparation does not depend on gimmicks, but on time-tested strategies. Post-graduate studies in education in Berkeley, supplemented by long experience in helping test-takers maximize their scores and achieve their goals, have afforded me exceptional qualifications for assisting Praxis test-takers. [more]


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Don M.

Praxis Tutor

Moraga, CA 94556

Will travel 5 miles

$50 per hour.

4.82 22 ratings

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UCSD grad, credentialed English teacher, published author, editor

In order to enroll in a teacher education program some years ago, I had to pass two very long and difficult tests, the PRAXIS and the SSAT. Since that time, those latter two tests have been replaced by one that is shorter and, I am told, much easier: the CSET. As a teacher in adult education programs, I was responsible for both standard high school subjects and the GED for those who did not wish to complete their diploma courses. I have demonstrated my subject proficiency, and have taught many students how to prepare for timed tests. [more]