Zach D'Angelo

San Francisco, CA
TEACHES

GMAT

EDUCATION Stanford University
BIO

After graduating from Stanford with a degree in product design, Zach developed a passion for education through teaching and developing curriculum. Now, with a 760 GMAT score in hand, he is excited to help students achieve their business school goals.

Zach has had a life-long passion for looking at things from multiple perspectives. Whether it was figuring out all the uses for a rubber band as a 6-year-old, developing alternative ways to teach arithmetic to autistic students as a product design major, or building programs to engage college students in strategic philanthropy while working at a foundation, the idea of developing new approaches to solving a problem has always been thrilling to him. As a GMAT instructor, he revels in the process of getting students to not only think of each problem from a number of angles but to rethink how they study and approach the exam as a whole.

While in college, Zach spent several summers working at a camp near Lake Tahoe, an experience leading him to not only become obsessed with hiking but also develop a very sophisticated costume collection. Other hobbies include West Coast swing dancing and creating an exhaustive ranking of the taquerias in San Francisco (let’s assume this counts as a hobby).