Daniel double-majored in Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology (PNP) and Economics at Washington University in St. Louis. From there, he decided that two decades in school weren’t enough, so he pursued a graduate degree in psychology. In December 2017, he earned his Ph.D. in Psychology and Social Behavior from the University of California, Irvine, researching false memories. He has enjoyed tutoring since high school, and he has taught quite a bit since then.
Throughout his graduate studies, Daniel took advantage of every teaching opportunity that he came across. He served as a teaching assistant for 18 psychology courses, and this past fall he taught his own class on Psychology and the Law at UC Irvine. Daniel specializes in tutoring for test prep, psychology courses, statistics, and mathematics.
When he’s not tutoring, Daniel enjoys playing with his two dogs and two cats, going rock climbing, watching movies, and solving the New York Times crosswords.