6 TEAS Tutors Found Near Sacramento, CA



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Alyza S.

TEAS Tutor

Hercules, CA 94547

Will travel 7 miles

$40 per hour.

4.6 85 ratings

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Not afraid of Virginia Woolf or math formulas!

I have experience in both taking and tutoring standardized tests. Last year I took and passed all three sections of the CBEST in one sitting. I am currently tutoring a student to prepare for the TOEFL, and I recently helped a student preparing for the ASVAB. Part of testing involves competency with the material. But there are also specific test-taking strategies that can make the actual test process more manageable. Most standardized tests involve some math content and some verbal content--and I know how to help students to approach these areas more confidently. [more]


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Karla R.

TEAS Tutor

Grass Valley, CA 95949

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

4.98 41 ratings

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Let Me Help You With Your Math!(Elem Math thru Pre-Calc and SAT Math)

I have been tutoring for almost 30 years now, and have a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics. Many of my adult students who come to me for tutoring are Nursing students who need to pass their Math courses in order to move on and/or be accepted into the Nursing program. One of the last requirements in being accepted into the Nursing program is passing the TEAS. I like to teach my students test strategy. The more you practice the actual format of the test, the more comfortable and confident you'll feel taking the real test. Less anxiety going into the test will allow you to think better! [more]


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Christine L.

TEAS Tutor

Antioch, CA 94531

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

4.8 180 ratings

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UCB Grad & HS Teacher: HS/College Subjects, Math, Test Prep, etc

I have experience preparing students for the TEAS and HESI exam. This includes math drills, reading comprehension, and study strategies. I combine both targeted prep books and supplementary materials to best help my students prepare for their exams. If they have taken the TEAS or HESI before, we also look at the feedback from score reports to determine how to best structure the preparation. I am a UC Berkeley graduate who is currently in the Cal Teach Credential program which is preparing me to teach High School Math meaning I have a lot of experience teaching and presenting content in differe [more]



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Richard L.

TEAS Tutor

Vallejo, CA 94589

Will travel 25 miles

$75 per hour.

4.93 983 ratings

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Highly Reviewed Top Tutor Specializing in Math and Science:2000+ hours

I am an expert on math standardized testing, as stated in my reviews from previous students. I have worked on thousands of these types of problems and can show your student how to do every single one, which will dramatically increase their test scores! I can help your student ace the following standardized math tests: SAT, ACT, GED, SSAT, PSAT, ASVAB, TEAS, and more. I have the Study Manual for the TEAS Test that we can go over. Your tutor search ends here! I have been successfully tutoring for 10+ years with over 2,000 WyzAnt hours and the most 5 star ratings of all the tutors in the Ba [more]


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Zeshaan K.

TEAS Tutor

Fairfield, CA 94534

Will travel 19 miles

$35 per hour.

4.95 37 ratings

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TEAS, Math, and Science!

I have successfully tutored students who have taken the exam and have been admitted into their respective nursing programs. My knowledge in the four subject areas, combined with my experience in tutoring TEAS students, has allowed me to create an organized approach when preparing students for this exam. My detailed approach to the exam covers all the content for each subject. Specifically: Reading Comprehension - Paragraph Comprehension - Passage Comprehension Mathematics - Numbers and Operations - Algebraic Applications - Data Interpretation - Measurement Science - Human Body Science - L [more]


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Ron B.

TEAS Tutor

Sacramento, CA 95833

Will travel 40 miles

$35 per hour.

4.92 26 ratings

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graduate level teaching at major universities

My teaching career began in the early 1970s, when I was a law student, and I was asked to be the youngest lecturer within the University of San Francisco, teaching within the Sociology Department to undergraduates. My students were, initially, mostly nursing students. I was teaching a legal survey course called Civil Liberties, but I covered a great deal of material that the nursing students were not getting anywhere else within their curriculum. As a result, I became very familiar with what my students needed to learn in their chosen field, not merely the subject matter advertised within my l [more]