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Daniel is a First-class Cambridge graduate with an MSC in the Natural Sciences, and has trained as a patent attorney in Chemical Sciences. Outside of tutoring, he enjoys taking part in triathlon and maintaining a high level of fitness.


Daniel has seven years of full-time experience as an education consultant and tutor, teaching at all levels in the sciences and working with students preparing for their GCSEs, A levels, University applications, and undergraduate exams. He also specializes in helping students make successful applications to study science at Oxbridge and other Universities.

Daniel delivers a premium mentoring service to all his students. In addition to covering subject material, he stretches students beyond the syllabus and offers general advice and guidance with the aim of giving self-sufficiency outside of lessons in all areas of study.

Last year Daniel guided five students through the Oxbridge application process. This covered the Natural Sciences Admissions Assessment, reviewing and amending personal statements, pushing capable students beyond the A-level syllabus, and conducting mock interviews to help candidates prepare for the university interview.

Over the last seven years Daniel has worked with students studying towards all the main exam boards at GCSE and A level. This extensive experience gives him an understanding of the key components of each, with a deep knowledge of their requirements and mark schemes.


Motivated by an inquisitive nature and keen desire to learn, I have a passion for the sciences and find the process of explaining scientific ideas highly rewarding.

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