Daniel Bloss is the Director of Tutoring & Test Prep for Marks Education’s McLean office, and he has been a full-time tutor with Marks since December 2006. In that time, Dan has used his testing and academic expertise to work with students at every skill level, seeking always to encourage each individual to achieve his or her personal best, through targeted skill-building and clear, understandable test strategies.
In addition to his work with Marks Education clients, Dan offers pro bono tutoring and test preparation to the scholars of Collegiate Directions, Inc.
Along with preparing students for a range of standardized tests (PSAT, SAT, ACT, SSAT, GRE, and GMAT), Dan tutors the following high school subjects through the AP levels: Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, and Math.
As a seasoned test-taker and tutor, Dan is familiar with the challenges and learning approaches associated with standardized tests. Like all our tutors, he annually takes the tests he teaches, and follows the same three-part test preparation method as the rest of the tutoring team, based on Customized Test Planning, Targeted Skill Building, and Test Strategy.
Dan attended Montgomery County Public Schools, where he was recognized as a National Merit Semi-Finalist. He then attended James Madison University on a Presidential Scholarship. While earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry, he performed undergraduate research in Analytical Chemistry.