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Jennifer J.

Camas, WA

$25/hour

Math, Science, Reading, Writing, SAT, ACT Tutor

50+ Hours
Background check passed as of 2/17/13
4.8 average from 34 ratings
Very pleased with the tutoring.
— Kerry, Vancouver, WA on 1/14/14

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University of Texas (B.S. Chemistry)

University of Texas (MEd)

University of Oregon (PhD)

About Jennifer

MY BACKGROUND AND TEACHING BELIEFS:

I am a certified teacher, with a B.S., M.Ed., PhD ABD in Education. My tutoring sessions are individualized for each student. All students can learn and improve. Often students just need to be taught in a different way. I also believe that each student has one or more special skills that, when identified and developed, will increase his or her confidence in learning.

SUBJECTS I TUTOR:

TEST PREPARATION
SAT and ACT Math, Reading, Writing and Essay Test Preparation

READING AND WRITING:
I teach reading and writing with a phonics-based approach. As a Harvard University-trained college admissions consultant, I can teach students how to write superb college admissions essays.

MATH:
Elementary, Pre-algebra, Algebra I and II, Geometry, and Pre-Calculus

SCIENCE:
Science in grades 3 through 12

SOCIAL STUDIES:
American history, World history, U.S. Government, and Psychology

SPANISH:
I teach students to read and speak Spanish.

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE:
I have taught speaking, reading, and writing English in both grade school and college. I have tutored both children and adults whose native languages were, among others, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Mandarin, and Russian. I teach correct mouth, lips, teeth and tongue placements for accurate pronunciation of the more difficult letter sounds.

STANDARDIZED EXAM PREPARATION:
I have taught SAT, ACT, SAT II, AP, PSAT, and SSAT prep. to more than 200 students. Every one of my exam preparation. students has improved - and some by a great number of points. Several have become National Merit Finalists and National Merit Scholars as a result of their PSAT and SAT scores.

1. AP EXAM PREP --- AP Biology, AP English Language, AP English Literature, AP United States History, AP European History, AP World History, AP U.S. Government and Politics, AP Psychology, AP Spanish Language and Culture, and AP Environmental Science.

2. SAT II TEST PREP --- SAT II Literature, SAT II U.S. History, SAT II World History, SAT II Math Level I, SAT II Biology, and SAT II Spanish.

HELPING STUDENTS WHO LEARN IN DIFFERENT WAYS:
I am also available to tutor students who learn in different ways and who may have learning disabilities, ADD, ADHD, or Aspergers. I help these students with study skills, as well as with their specific subjects.

SPECIAL EDUCATION AND IEP's:
I am an education attorney. I can explain your child's IEP, and if you wish, accompany and/or represent you at school IEP conferences.

A STORY ABOUT ONE OF MY SPECIAL STUDENTS - JOSH:
I met Josh when he was in 4th grade, He needed help in reading, writing and social skills. He excelled in math, and I found and helped him compete in several math contests. He won two gold medals.
"I am a mathematician," he stated proudly. He had found his niche, and was held in higher esteem by the other students and teachers at his school. Josh graduated with a degree in Chemical Mechanical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin.
MY BACKGROUND AND TEACHING BELIEFS:

I am a certified teacher, with a B.S., M.Ed., PhD ABD in Education. My tutoring sessions are individualized for each student. All students can learn and improve. Often students just need to be taught in a different way. I also believe that each student has one or more special skills that, when
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Travels within 22 miles of Camas, WA 98607
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"Very pleased with the tutoring."

- Kerry, Vancouver, WA on 1/14/14

"Extremely knowledgeable and helpful to my daughter."

- Thea, Vancouver, WA on 12/6/16

"Excited for our new tutor!"

- Shayna, Battle Ground, WA on 1/7/14
Math:
ACT Math, Algebra 1,
Algebra 2, Elementary Math,
Geometry, Prealgebra,
Precalculus, Probability, SAT Math,
Statistics, Trigonometry
Science:
ACT Science,
Anthropology, Biology, Ecology, Nursing, Organic Chemistry,
Physical Science, Physics, Psychology, Sociology
English:
ACT English,
ACT Reading, English,
ESL/ESOL,
Grammar, Literature, Proofreading,
Public Speaking,
Reading,
SAT Reading,
SAT Writing,
Vocabulary, Writing
Test Preparation:
ACT English,
ACT Math, ACT Reading, ACT Science,
Bar Exam,
CBEST, College Counseling,
Common Core, COOP/HSPT, GMAT, GRE, ISEE,
Praxis, PSAT,
SAT Math,
SAT Reading,
SAT Writing,
SSAT, STAAR, TAKS, TEAS
Language:
ESL/ESOL,
Spanish
History:
American History, Anthropology, Classics, European History, Geography, Political Science, Social Studies, World History
Elementary Education:
Common Core, Elementary (K-6th),
Elementary Math,
Elementary Science, Grammar, Handwriting, Homeschool,
Phonics,
Reading,
Spelling, Study Skills,
Vocabulary
Business:
Business, GMAT, GRE, Public Speaking

Approved subjects are in bold.

Approved subjects

In most cases, tutors gain approval in a subject by passing a proficiency exam. For some subject areas, like music and art, tutors submit written requests to demonstrate their proficiency to potential students. If a tutor is interested but not yet approved in a subject, the subject will appear in non-bold font. Tutors need to be approved in a subject prior to beginning lessons.

ACT English

I have taught ACT English, as well as other ACT subjects for a number of years to more than 200 students. All of my students have improved. I have a Masters in Education, a major in English, and an certified to teach English, as well.

ACT Science

I have tutored the Science section of the ACT many times. I am a certified teacher, with a B.S. in Chemistry. I have tutored students for many standardized entrance tests, such as the ACT and the SAT.

ADHD

I have a Masters and ABD PhD in Special Education. I have been taught how to teach students who have attention difficulties in both the verbal and mathematics areas. I have tutored many students who had ADD and/or ADHD. Most of these students were very intelligent. Together we found ways to help them stay more interested in their subjects. The student and I also worked together to create ways for their teacher to assist the student in staying on track and on topic during the class. I have also written IEPs and have advocated for, and implemented, accommodations for students with ADD/ADHD.

Algebra 1

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I am a certified teacher. I enjoy tutoring Algebra I because it is the foundation for other mathematics. If a student can succeed in Algebra I, he or she will feel confident when/if they take Algebra II.

Even though they may not plan or think that they want to take other math classes in high school, often they change their mind when they see they can "do" algebra I. Often students will say, "This isn't so bad, after all."

I work with home-school students and sometimes am able to offer a group rate.

I also tutor Pre-Algebra, which is a nice foundation for Algebra I, so consider a "tune-up" with a little Pre-Algebra tutoring first.

"Very pleased with the tutoring. — Jennifer is very great algebra tutor. We are very pleased with Jennifer and the results we are having with her tutoring our son. Jennifer is very positive, encouraging, and patient and communicates clearly. Our son has been coming home after tutoring with a smile on his face. His confidence is going by the day. Thanks, Jennifer, for helping!"


— Kerry from Vancouver, WA on 1/14/14

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

I have a Masters in Special Education and an ABD PhD in Special Education. I am also a teacher who is professionally certified to teach Special Education.

I very much enjoy helping students with Autism Spectrum Disorders, such as those with what has been referred to as High Functioning Autism, as well those with what used to be called Aspergers, but is now included in the DSM-5 under Autism Spectrum disorder (ASD.)

I have tutored many elementary, middle, high school, and college students who have been diagnosed to be on the Autism Spectrum. Some of my students were also diagnosed with Pervasive Development Disorder PDD), High Functioning Autism, ADHD, ADD Non-hyperactive Type, and what used to be referred to as "Aspergers" but which is now, of course, included in the category of Autism Spectrum Disorders.

What do we know about these wonderful children who are high functioning on the Autism Scale? Invariably, these students are quite bright, and some are just plain brilliant. MIT in Massachusetts and Cal Tech in California is full of these students! It just depends if students want to learn on the west coast or the east coast ;-)

So, we know that many of these students have levels of special abilities and/or talents. They often excel remarkably in certain types of learning, knowledge, and skills.

How so I tutor my students on the Autism Spectrum Disorder? My answer is that I differentiate my teaching for each student because each child excels in certain areas. And each child has room to grow in other areas. With all of them, however, I remain patient and encouraging. I let them know by how I treat them that I value them and I like them.

I also try to find ways to creatively highlight and reward the special talents that every ASD student possesses, by helping them enroll in and prepare for contests or projects at which they can masterfully excel. This helps their teachers, as well as their peers, appreciate and take notice of the amazing gifts of my ASD students.

What about Social Skills and Peer Relationships, you ask? I work with ASD students in various academic areas, but importantly, I also work with them on their social skills, if desired.

We work on ways to make friends. We can do this by role-playing. I give them ideas to help them determine and understand what is happening at a particular time in the world around them, and why other people might be doing or saying certain things.

What About IEPs and the Least Restrictive Environment for ASD Children? I am also an Attorney and I specialize in Special Education law. I have helped parents understand the ins and the outs of their child's IEP (Individual Education Plan), as well as the types of classes and accommodations to which their children are entitled.

Bar Exam

I have been an attorney for 32 years. I earned a scholarship to law school for my LSAT score.

College Counseling

I have been trained at Harvard University in College Admissions Counseling. I have 11 years of experience helping students and parents prepare for, and complete, the admissions requirements for a number of different colleges and universities. I help them from the beginning of the search for several ideal colleges to which to apply, to ensuring that the student's college essay is appropriate, well-written and unique. I help students decide which advanced tests to take, such as AP Exams or SAT II tests, and I help them prepare for those tests, as well. Finally, I look at their "extracurriculars" to make sure we are using them in the best way to highlight the uniqueness of the student.

Dyslexia

I am qualified to tutor students with dyslexia, by virtue of both my formal education and my experience. I am a licensed teacher with certification in Special Education. l also have an M.Ed. in Special Education, for which I took classes in dyslexia, and taught reading and writing to students with dyslexia. I have also taught reading and writing privately to more than 30 children with dyslexia. Every one of my students has improved his or her reading and writing skills.

Elementary (K-6th)

I have been an educator for more than 25 years. I am certified, with a Master's in Education, to teach Elementary (K-6th) students. I am also certified to teach Special Education, and have taught many students who do learn differently. I am ESL certified and have taught more than 30 ESL students.

Over the past 25 years, I have taught and tutored more than 170 elementary students. I have tutored elementary students for a total of more than 1700 hours. I also teach Pre-School, Kindergarten Readiness, and Kindergarten.

I teach all elementary math, including pre-Algebra and geometry, when warranted. I like to emphasize the importance of a thorough grounding in the skills of using multiplication, fractions, decimals, and percent.

I also tutor elementary science, history, geography, English, researching, note taking, grammar, spelling and writing (both block and cursive.)

Along with learning the mechanics of writing, we learn how to create a four or five paragraph essay, as well as how to include those ever-so-important details in the essays.

I teach reading by incorporating both phonics and site words. The student combines several initial letters with different word endings. For example, the student puts a card with the initial letter "C" next to a card with the ending letters "AT." The student can then sound out the letters until hearing the word CAT come from their own mouths!

I speak and teach Spanish. I encourage my students, whenever possible, to try to speak only Spanish during our lesson.

Lastly, I available to prepare students to take standardized tests, such as the ISEE, the SSAT (and, for older students, the PSAT, SAT and ACT).

Elementary Math

I have a college minor in math and am a certified teacher. I have taught elementary students in grades K - 6 in both math and reading.

English

I have a Masters in English education with a concentration in teaching English as a Second language. I have taught many students of various cultures and languages, both privately, and as a university professor.

ESL/ESOL

I am a teacher and I have been awarded certification in teaching English as a Second Language (ESL and ELL certification.) I also have a Masters in Education.

I have taught both English writing and English speaking at Richardson Community College to students for whom English was not their first language.

I have also privately tutored English as a Second Language to both students and adults through my private educational business, Pathfinders Education.

I speak Spanish.

Homeschool

I have taught homeschooled students algebra, geometry, science, reading, English grammar, and writing, as well as test preparation for exams such as the PSAT, SAT and ACT. I am a certified teacher in English, Special Education, and Chemistry with a minor in mathematics. I have both a B.S. in Chemistry and English, a J.D. in law, and a PhD ABD in teaching Reading and mathematics. I have taught more than 200 students. Every one of my students has improved. As a matter of fact, several of my students were awarded the titles of National Merit Finalists and National Merit Scholars. They received college scholarships, some as high as $60,000, for their achievements. My students have gained admission and graduated from such colleges and universities as the University of Oregon, Oregon State, Portland State, the University of Texas, Texas A&M University, MIT, Stanford, Harvard, Yale, Cornell, University of North Carolina, and UCLA.

ISEE

The ISEE is the Independent Schools Entrance Examination. As a student's performance on the ISEE will partially determine whether they are admitted to a particular school or not, it is crucial to make sure your student will perform well on this test.
I have a Masters in Education and an ABD PhD in Education. In my academic programs, I received training in administering and interpreting standardized tests. Moreover, I have taught and prepared many students for the ISEE. All of my students have increased their scores from their score on the first of the ISEE practice tests we use. I believe in teaching more than just "tips and tricks" for these exams, so I also teach students the substantive subject matter of the exams, such as mathematics, reading, grammar and/or writing. ISEE tutoring helps level the playing field. Students are more confident taking the ISEE, after having seen for themselves, through tutoring practice, what they are capable of achieving on the exam.

Organic Chemistry

I have a B.S. in Chemistry from The University of Texas. My coursework consisted of 42 hours in Chemistry, and of this, eight hours (two classes, plus labs) were in Organic Chemistry. I made the highest grade in Organic Chemistry I, and the second highest grade in Organic Chemistry II.

In that same degree program, I took 24 more hours in other sciences: physics, biology, meteorology and environmental science, bringing my Total Hours of science to 66 hours.

Additionally, I took 18 hours in mathematics, which included Advanced Algebra, Analytic Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus I, and Calculus II.

Finally, I took coursework in "teaching science and math," and became a Certified Chemistry teacher.

Phonics

I have a Masters in Education and a PhD ABD in Education. I was trained to teach reading and spelling by teaching according to the instructional method of phonics (vs. "whole language.")

Phonics is an instructional method by which students are taught to read by correlating sounds with letters or groups of letters in an alphabetic writing system, as opposed to merely "memorizing" words. It is through the acquisition of phonemic awareness skills that students can begin to read, spell, and write.

I have used phonics to teach reading, and spelling to my reading students. They have all increased their abilities to read and spell. Each one of them has also improved his or her writing skills and reading comprehension.

I begin my phonics instruction by helping my students understand and practice making the sound or sounds for each alphabet letter, each set of blended letters (ex. "bl"), and digraphs, two or more letters that make only one sound, even though they are "next to each other" (ex. "ph".)

Then, my students and I begin "making" what are referred to as "C-V-C words." For example, we use small squares of paper or cardboard, each of which has a letter written on them. We might take, for example, a square with the vowel "A" written on it and a square with the letter "T" written on it, and place them on a table so that they touch each other, and form "AT." Then we will experiment by placing squares of various consonants in front of the "AT." For example, we might slide the square with the letter "C" in front of the "AT" to form the word "CAT." The child sounds out each letter individually, first slowly and then more quickly, until he or she realizes that they are reading the word "CAT."

Prealgebra

I am qualified to teach Pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Algebra 2. I have a Masters in Education, and am a certified teacher, with double major in English (and Chemistry.) Moreover, I am professionally certified to teach English. I have 36 undergraduate hours and 12 graduate hours in English from the University of Texas at Dallas, Texas and Texas Women's University in Denton, Texas.

Proofreading

I have written and proofread many research papers.

PSAT

I have tutored for the PSAT for several years. Of course, you probably know that it is the test that determines the National Merit Scholars, which translates to greater chances of admission to a very selective college or university and/or a great deal of scholarship money.

Other students are taking the PSAT to practice and gain familiarity with the SAT, which they usually will have to take in the upcoming year in order to submit their highest scores to the college of their choice.

When I tutor for the PSAT (and the SAT and ACT, as well), I help students see why they missed a certain problem. Then I teach the concept again and the student works a couple more very similar problems. I am available to actually teach the student the subject matter, such as the math/reading/vocabulary/writing.

I am proud to say that each one of my PSAT, SAT and ACT students improved. My SAT students increased their scores by an average of 150 points.

I have letters of thanks and praise from both parents and students. I am glad to share those with you.

Public Speaking

I practiced law for 13 years, and in doing so, made many presentations to the Federal Courts, and to U.S. agencies, such as the U.S. Patent Office. I represented the State Bar of Texas in presenting six years of Continuing Legal Education seminars to near capacity crowds of several hundred attorneys.

I taught law school at the University of Houston College of Law, as well as business law at several community colleges to more than 180 students total.

In my university studies, I took speech and debate. In my law school studies I participated in a rigorous year-long class, "Practice Court," in which we learned to speak and think quickly on our feet, as well as convincingly present our case to a jury of our peers. My partner and I won our case.

Reading

I have taught reading, including phonics, for more than 20 years. I am a certified teacher in English.

SAT Math

I am a certified teacher. I have a double major BS in Chemistry and English. during my undergraduate graduation, I took more than 70 hours of math and science courses, including calculus, organic chemistry, trigonometry, statistics, etc. I also have a Masters and a PhD ABD in Special Education.

I first began teaching SAT prep with the Princeton Review. In 1999, I opened up my own test prep company, Pathfinders College Preparatory. I teach all three sections of the SAT - math, reading, and writing.

Over the years, I have collected many copies of ACTUAL SAT TESTS. We use these past tests, as well as other College Board materials, in our preparation.

I am proud to tell you that every one of my SAT students has improved his or her score. Some of my students have even gone on to become National Merit Semi-Finalists and Finalists because of their stellar PSAT and SAT scores. Many of them received substantial scholarships.

I teach the mathematics portion of the SAT by working with the student through problem after problem from actual SAT tests. When the student gets stuck, I ask him or her to show me where he or she became confused. Then we usually work backwards to find the error, or the place at which they veered off course.

Sure, there are a few tips and tricks that are of use for the mathematics section, but after 15 years of teaching the SAT, I strongly believe that the best way to prepare for the math portion of the SAT is to simply work problem after problem. This allows you to not only become amazingly familiar with the types of problems on the test, but to also learn the way the test writers think that you should think!

My SAT math students have been admitted to MIT, Stanford University, USC, The University of Texas, and many, many other universities and colleges.

How do I teach the SAT math section prep?
When I teach SAT prep, I do not emphasize "tips and tricks," like some tutors do. I believe that students need more substantive preparation for the SAT. Instead, I teach the actual subject matter on the test. For example, if you need a refresher in algebra or geometry, I will teach that to you.

I do, and have, actually taught a math class "from scratch" to several students who did poorly on the math section the first time they took the SAT (for example, under 475.) Somehow they had not picked up on math in their classes in school, or sometimes they were just too young then to absorb the intricacies of mathematics, and now, they can more easily.

If this type of student has some basic math knowledge; for example, he or she can multiply and divide, and has a basic understanding of what fractions represent, I will usually be able to teach him or her enough math "from scratch" to enable them to make a satisfactory SAT math score. I will be able to assess this quickly for you.

I am certified to work with students with Special Needs. I have tutored a number of students with Special Needs for the SAT, and they have all have improved.

One of my students with Special Needs, V.G. from Dallas, increased his SAT math score by 250+ points. He began with a score of only 410 and finished with a score of 660! He did this even without an extra time accommodation on the test. It took a lot of work, and let me tell you, that boy worked hard! But he made the score he wanted, and he gained admission to his first choice university - Wake Forest University. (He was extra thrilled because his two best friends were going there.)

Not everyone will be able to perform like V.G., above, but I can promise that you will be amazed at what you can accomplish with help of a patient tutor with a lot of SAT teaching experience.

Parents tell me that my SAT math preparation has helped their children improve in their remaining high school math classes, as well. When my students enter college, they are ready to do college mathematics.

SAT Reading

I am a certified teacher and educator. I taught SAT Test Prep for Princeton Review, and then in 1999, I began my own SAT test prep business, Pathfinders College Preparatory. Since then, I have tutored hundreds of SAT students in groups and privately.

I am proud to say that every one of my students has improved his or her score. Many increased their scores by 100-200 points and more. Some even became National Merit Scholars, a distinction that requires stellar PSAT and SAT scores.

I always teach SAT using actual College Board materials. Over the years, I have collected the actual SAT tests given, and we use these for practice, as well.

I teach the Reading Comprehension section in a way that helps the student see the "big picture" in the passages. At the same time, I teach a special underlining technique that works so well in answering the reading questions.

I also have a technique for teaching the Sentence Completions that is actually fun, because once you see how the Sentence Completions writers always use a certain type of punctuation to indicate the clue to the answer, you realize how easy they really are.

You can expect to substantially improve your Sentence Completion and Reading Comprehension scores if you work privately with me.

I am certified to work with students with Special Needs. I have tutored a number of students with Special Needs for the SAT, and they have all have improved. One student with Special Needs increased his total SAT score by 250+ points. He did this without even having extra time on the test. It took a lot of work, but he made the score he needed, and was admitted to the university that was his first choice.

SAT Writing

I am a certified teacher and educator. I taught SAT Test Prep for Princeton Review, and then in 1999, I began my own SAT test prep business, Pathfinders College Preparatory. Since then, I have tutored hundreds of SAT students in groups and privately.

I am proud to say that every one of my students has improved his or her score. Many increased their scores by 100-200 points and more. Some even became National Merit Scholars, a distinction that requires stellar PSAT and SAT scores.

I always teach SAT using actual College Board materials. Over the years, I have collected the actual SAT tests given, and we use these for practice, as well.

I teach the SAT Writing sections in two parts. First we learn what constitutes a great Essay on the SAT. I take my time working with you, reviewing and helping you decide upon the position you will take for the question the writers present you. Then we craft an outline of what your essay will contain. I help you begin with an eye-catching opening sentence. We make sure that you have topic sentences at the beginning of each paragraph. Most importantly, I will teach you how to come up with colorful examples of your experiences that make the reader want to be present. We will use transition words for some of your paragraphs, and finally wind up with a closing paragraph that refers back to the position you took. We will end with a pop!

The second part of the Writing score consists of sentences and articles in which you are asked to select the best way in which they can be corrected. I teach you the basic types of information they want you to know, and I show you how to spot those errors. I have a special reading aloud tip that I will also show you. If you want me to, I will teach the reasons behind why our grammar works the way it does.

I am certified for working with students with Special Needs. I have tutored a number of students with Special Needs for the SAT, and they have all have improved. One student with Special Needs increased his total SAT score by 250+ points. He did this without even having extra time on the test. It took a lot of work, but he made the score he needed, and was admitted to the university that was his first choice.

Spanish

I speak, read, and write Spanish. I have taken Spanish classes in college. I stay current by participating in three different Spanish Conversation Circles in Vancouver and Portland. In these "circles" we speak only Spanish. I also enjoy speaking Spanish in "real life" circumstances. I think it is valuable for children to be able to use, and apply, their Spanish language skills in real life.

Special Needs

I have a Master's in Special Education and a PhD ABD in Special Education. I have tutored and taught students with special needs for about eight years. I have worked with students with ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, and Learning Disabilities (both Verbal learning disabilities and Performance learning disabilities. I have worked with children on the autism scale, particularly those with Asperger's.

I seem to connect very well with students with special needs, and they like me because I am understanding, patient and fair. I think this is partly because I believe in differentiating a lesson for each child, according to his or her abilities and present skills. Also, my daughter had a learning disability and I tutored her, so I know what specials needs academic issues are like for both the parent and the child.

Study Skills

I have a B.S. in Chemistry and English and a Masters in Education. My PhD AND is in Special Education. I have tutored and taught over 200 students. I am also a state certified teacher. I am currently teaching study skills and algebra to a brother and sister in Battleground. I help them with backpack organization and homework, test studying.

Writing

I have a Masters and am a certified teacher in English. I have taught Essay Writing to students who are preparing for the SAT, as well as those who need help in writing for classes and their jobs.

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University of Oregon
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University of Texas (B.S. Chemistry)

University of Texas (MEd)

University of Oregon (PhD)

Very pleased with the tutoring.

Jennifer is very great algebra tutor. We are very pleased with Jennifer and the results we are having with her tutoring our son. Jennifer is very positive, encouraging, and patient and communicates clearly. Our son has been coming home after tutoring with a smile on his face. His confidence is going by the day. Thanks, Jennifer, for helping!

— Kerry, Vancouver, WA on 1/14/14

Hourly rate

Standard Hourly Rate: $25.00

Cancellation: 1 hour notice required

Travel policy

Jennifer will travel within 22 miles of Camas, WA 98607.