...Overall, he is an amazing tutor."
Also, I've been on the Harvard admissions committee as as an alumni interviewer for 12 years. As a Harvard undergrad and Biology concentrator (Class of '03), I took Principles of Organic Chemistry (Chem 17) and Organic Chemistry of Life (Chem 27). In college, I... (read more)
...Prior to Dan, I had been cramming for midterms the week before they occurred hoping to pull off an A or B. Dan taught me how to teach myself the information by using the resources that were at my disposal, aka my book. Prior to Dan, I really did not know how to study and it showed in the material that I actually conceptualized and could repeat from past classes, which was not too much. (read more)
...I also worked at small CPA practices using Quickbooks for bookkeeping. I have taught Quickbooks classes at Evergreen College in Los Angeles and held several Quickbooks certifications in 2008, 2009 and 2010 and also the Quickbooks Pro Advisor certification. I have graduated from Wharton School a... (read more)
...As a potential student of mine, I will expect you to know yourself enough to communicate to me your learning style so that we can get started quickly and efficiently. As a suggestion, I recommend taking a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) evaluation prior to contacting your first tutor. Check the internet for evaluations. (read more)
...I had 5 years of Spanish in high school and use it frequently. I studied German in college, lived briefly in Germany, and have a native German speaker in my household. During tutoring, continuous feedback (having the student use the point just discussed) helps us find what is specifically needed so we can reinforce it on the spot. (read more)