Jane M.
1903 ratings
Hazelwood, MO (63042)
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Hourly Fee $ 40.00
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Background and experience: •Retired high school math and science teacher with 25 years experience •Master's degree •Lifetime teaching certificate, grades 7-12, from the state of Missouri •Two years of experience in teaching college algebra courses •8 years plus of tutoring experience •Have taken courses in ACT, SAT, and GED test preps to learn how to prepare a student for that particular test. Taken courses in Medical Math Have also taken courses in Medical Mat...


  • ACT English

  • ACT Math

  • ACT Reading

  • ACT Science

  • algebra 1

  • algebra 2


  • chemistry

  • elementary math

    Depending on the grade level, elementary math consists of counting, place values, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percentages, fractions, mixed numbers, decimals, pre-algebra, elementary algebra, and more. Most students benefit from one-on-one tutoring because of the individual attention they receive. In addition, in a classroom full of learners of all abilities, a particular child’s needs can’t be suitably met. I have about two years experience tutoring math to students in Grades 1-8.

  • elementary science

    Although my science certification is in grades 7-12, I have tutored science at the elementary level. More importantly, I have years of experience in tutoring children of elementary school age. I have learned how to approach the topics in science simply and clearly to avoid overwhelming and/or scaring the child. Actually, I use that approach in all my tutoring.

  • GED

  • geometry

    Some students like it, others dislike it; whatever the emotion, geometry is usually required in high school and necessary to know to do well on college-prep tests and the ASVAB (military entrance test). I have taught Geometry at the high school level and now teach and review it often when tutoring.

  • GMAT

    My certification and qualifications as a (now retired) high school teacher has enabled me to teach the math part of the GMAT test. The math part of the test, (37 questions, 75 minutes) consists of basic arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and word problems. Most college students have already learned these subjects, but need some math-refreshing to bring it all back. I can certainly help with that.

  • physical science

  • prealgebra

  • precalculus

  • PSAT

  • SAT math

  • SAT reading

  • SAT writing

  • study skills

  • TEAS

  • trigonometry

    I am qualified to teach high school trigonometry. This is am important subject to know for pre-calculus. There are always a few trig problems on the ACT test.

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