Don't take our word for it...

Here's just a sample of what a handful of previous students and parents have said about Dan and DC Tutoring. More references are available on request.

"Dan has tutored all three of my children in Maths and English at key stages over the past nine years, from SATS to GCSE level. His ability to bring out the best in them by raising their level of knowledge and confidence has ensured they not only achieved, but often exceeded their target grades." 

A. Hampshire, Epsom.

"Dan worked extremley hard at transferring his great wealth of knowledge in all subjects to my son and also taught with enthusiasm, which has given Kurtis new found confidence"

L. Lowe, Chesterfield.

"Dan has turned around an unwilling, dyslexic pupil, lacking in confidence into a boy who happily looked forward to tuition. He has undoudbtedly helped Rupert to gain confidence in his own abilities to achieve what he wants, not only academically, but also as a person."

E. Thorne, Ockley.

"Dan has always been so encouraging, giving both of our sons confidence to move forward with their studies and far surpass the grades they were expecting. Dan is very amiable and easy to get on with - a wonderful teacher" 

Mr & Mrs Hoadley, Cheam.

"My son was an extremely difficult student and Dan battled a lot of negativity from him but, in my opinion, achieved as much potential as possible from my son and I would have no hestitation whatsoever in recommending Dan as a tutor"

H. O'Mara, Epsom.

"Dan's ability to provide humour and relevance in his teaching sessions has resulted in my son developing a high level of respect for him as an educator."

J. Lawrence, Bookham.

"Dan is a very professional teacher who got on well with our sons and was undoubtedly instrumental in them achieving good results in all the subjects he assisted in. He is extremely reliable and personable and we would have no hesitation in recommending him." 

Mr & Mrs Taylor, Ashtead.

"I always found Dan to be very flexible and most importantly approachable and both my boys had excellent working relationships with him." 

J Hill, Worcester Park.

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