- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+
- Teaching since:
My name is Daniel and I am an honors student at Tulane University. I'm majoring in Physics, and have earned a place on the Dean's List for all my semesters. I'm both an AP Scholar and an HSF Scholar. I have been teaching and tutoring many different groups from elementary to college level since the time I was 11 years old. Love to help people understand difficult topics, and I believe anything can be understood by anyone, it's just a matter of time and patience.
I started learning of my love for teaching people when I was quite young, and I've been running with it ever since. In middle school I launched my own science club for elementary and middle school students. I put together lessons on interesting scientific topics and new research and then presented it to the club members. In high school I created a biology course and taught it to middle schoolers. I used it in part to strengthen my own understanding of biology, in preparation for an AP test. I also had a business tutoring math and science for K-12 students during this time. In college I helped my classmates with difficult physics concepts, and helped them solve hard homework problems provided by our professor.
My areas of expertise are Physics and Math, though I occasionally like to help with Chemistry and Biology (especially Evolutionary). I try to find the point of disconnect or misunderstanding, and break down the topic in a way the student can digest it. I believe that a tutor's job is not only to help increase understanding for a given subject, but also to inspire curiosity for the wonderful universe we live in.
I scored nationally in the top 5% for the 2016 AP Physics 1 Test (naturally, I scored a 5), got a 4 on the 2016 AP Calculus AB Test, got a 4 on the 2015 AP Biology Test, and earned a 700 on the SAT II Math Test.
If you need someone to break down a weird concept, or help you see beyond the rigid framework of some idea, please hit me up, send me a message and let's get started! :)