Daniel recently completed an MA in Anthropology and Arabic at SOAS, University of London, and is a BA graduate of NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study.
He is passionate about working with students to hone their writing and argumentation skills in the humanities, for courses ranging from AP English to AP U.S. History. He believes that perceptively analyzing texts and crafting a strong argument are skills all students can learn that will benefit them far beyond the classroom—even if they pursue STEM subjects later on.
Furthermore, Daniel enjoys teaching test prep and helping students reach their ISEE/SSAT and SAT/ACT potential.
If you would like to learn how Daniel or another mentor of our team can help position you for success, please reach out to us anytime!
The Path to Medicine
The path to becoming a healthcare professional is winding and can be filled with uncertainty, but the good news is that there are many options and opportunities to participate in healthcare.