Rachel Dan studied neuroscience and creative writing at Oberlin College, as well as psychology at Maastricht University. She has worked in biology and neurophysiology laboratories, and was inducted into the National Honor Society in Neuroscience in 2017.
In working with students on various levels of mathematics, Rachel has helped them not only improve their grades significantly but also gain deeper understanding of the topics and improved confidence with the material. She understands that not every student learns the same way, and tailors each session to her client’s individual needs. A steadfast advocate for people with attention disorders and other learning challenges, Rachel believes every student has unique natural strengths that can propel them to success.
Rachel is especially dedicated to raising her students’ self-confidence, reminding them of the progress they’ve made whenever they reach a milestone. Through an innovative and creative approach, she helps students prove to themselves that they can tackle even the most difficult challenges.