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May 5 - June 11

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

May 9 - June 13

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
New Brunswick
178 Ryders Lane
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

May 9 - June 13

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

May 31 - June 6

Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
9am - 4pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Immersion Course | $1,800 or 3 payments of $616

June 8 - July 15

Mondays, Wednesdays
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

June 13 - July 26

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

July 14 - August 20

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
New Brunswick
178 Ryders Lane
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

July 14 - August 20

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

July 18 - August 22

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

August 3 - September 9

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

August 23 - August 29

Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
9am - 4pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Immersion Course | $1,800 or 3 payments of $616

September 15 - October 22

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

September 19 - October 24

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

September 28 - November 4

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

October 10 - November 14

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
New Brunswick
178 Ryders Lane
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

October 13 - November 19

Tuesdays, Thursdays
6:30pm - 9:30pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

November 1 - November 7

Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
9am - 4pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Immersion Course | $1,800 or 3 payments of $616

November 2 - December 9

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

November 7 - December 12

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
Manhattan
109 East 42nd Street
Manhattan, NY 10017
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

April 21 - May 28

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
Live Online
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April 25 - May 31

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm (EDT)
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May 4 - June 10

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
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May 4 - June 10

Mondays, Wednesdays
9pm - 12am (EDT)
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May 5 - June 11

Tuesdays, Thursdays
1:30pm - 4:30pm (EDT)
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May 10 - June 17

Sundays, Wednesdays
8pm - 11pm (EDT)
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May 12 - June 18

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
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May 23 - June 28

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm (EDT)
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May 30 - July 12

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm (EDT)
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June 2 - July 9

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
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June 15 - July 22

Mondays, Wednesdays
9:30pm - 12:30am (EDT)
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June 20 - August 2

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (EDT)
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June 23 - July 30

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
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June 29 - August 5

Mondays, Wednesdays
8pm - 11pm (EDT)
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July 11 - August 16

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm (EDT)
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July 12 - August 18

Sundays, Tuesdays
8pm - 11pm (EDT)
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July 20 - August 26

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
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July 25 - August 30

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (EDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
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August 3 - September 9

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
Live Online
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August 8 - September 13

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 1pm (EDT)
Live Online
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August 22 - October 4

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm (EDT)
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August 24 - September 30

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
Live Online
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August 25 - October 1

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
Live Online
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September 1 - October 8

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
Live Online
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September 12 - October 18

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm (EDT)
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October 5 - November 11

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
Live Online
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October 11 - November 17

Sundays, Tuesdays
7pm - 10pm (EDT)
Live Online
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October 24 - November 29

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm (EDT)
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October 26 - December 2

Mondays, Wednesdays
8pm - 11pm (EDT)
Live Online
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November 7 - December 13

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm (EST)
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November 22 - December 29

Sundays, Tuesdays
8pm - 11pm (EST)
Live Online
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December 5 - January 10

Saturdays, Sundays
12pm - 3pm (EST)
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December 7 - January 13

Mondays, Wednesdays
8pm - 11pm (EST)
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Rob Stringham

Education:
BA, Bringham Young University
MBA, Columbia


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What does it take to win Veritas Prep’s Instructor of the Year award?  For Rob, it’s a combination of teaching excellence (Rob has not only scored in the 99th percentile on the GMAT but also ranked in the 99th percentile among Veritas Prep faculty on student evaluation scores in multiple years) and just plain dedication.  Famously, Rob went straight from the delivery room after the birth of his daughter to the classroom, making it to a 10am Saturday morning class on time after becoming a father in the middle of the night.  It’s also a function of experience; by now Rob has taught for Veritas Prep for over 10 years in several cities, allowing him to give students in Midtown Manhattan the benefit of years of breakthrough shortcuts and lessons.
 
A graduate of Columbia Business School, Rob understands his students’ path much deeper than just the GMAT.  A valuation expert in the world of private equity, he’s seen the finish line that his students strive for, and serves not just as a coach on that journey but also as a motivator having seen it through himself.

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Rob did a fantastic job
Rob did a fantastic job helping us understand what the creators of the GMAT are looking for in successful test takers. Getting inside the head of the test maker was one of the most important takeaways from the course.  The books alone are worth the price of the class, but Rob really helped solidify what we were learning.  I honestly felt that he cared about how we did on the exam.

He has a very personal approach to every student.
Our teacher was Rob Stringham. He is very knowledgeable, professional and helpful. He would stay with us after the end of the class to answer our questions and do the problems together that we asked him about. Not at all like those teachers that behave like they know it all and you’ll never get even close to their level of understanding the topic. He has a very personal approach to every student. If you are suffering from anxiety passing the exam he will recommend the ways to work with this issue, good literature to read on this topic and some tricks that will help you to reduce the level of anxiety about the test.

One of the best teachers I've had in any classroom setting.
Rob Stringham was one of the best teachers I've had in any classroom setting. Yes, he's very knowledgeable about how to solve GMAT problems, but more importantly, he effectively communicated the importance of ongoing study outside of the classroom. He also offered a holistic view of the GMAT, covering everything from stress management to timing to additional helpful resources. Rob's instruction helped me get the most out of the six weeks in the class and understand fully what I still need to do to find success in taking the GMAT.


Joseph Dise

Education:
BS, Virginia Tech
MBA, William & Mary


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What is your favorite Veritas Prep success story?
I had a student who was sharp and focused and definitely capable of delivering a great score.  Then came test day: he’d underperformed by almost 100 points.  Definitely a disappointing result, but it can happen.  We got together and assessed what went wrong – it turned out that in studying he’d blown through hundreds of problems without making sure he fully understood how they worked.  Lesson: quantity is no substitute for quality!  With a renewed focus on studying for 100% comprehension, he came back with a score above his goal, a more than 100 point jump.  I couldn’t have been prouder.

Which movie/tv character would do best on the GMAT?
Patrick Jane from The Mentalist. As a master mind reader, almost nothing gets by Patrick Jane, though he always works with limited information: no criminal will ever tell the whole story, and there are of course always several wily suspects who hide their agendas too.  Kind of like those crafty GMAT test makers.  But with a cup of tea and a knowing smile, he mentally jujitsus everyone involved.  Knowing their limited capacity to deceive, he exploits all the info available to corner the right suspects – just as he would the right answer choices on the GMAT.

What is your favorite lesson to teach?  
Reading Comprehension. As it is for many, this was by far my worst skill set back before I took the SAT; the questions felt arbitrary!  Is the tone cautiously optimistic or more like hesitatingly hopeful?  The author’s purpose? How am I supposed to know??  But – no kidding – with only a few slight mental adjustments it quickly became my biggest strength.  So it’s a personal mission for me.  There may be a little bit less going on in terms of traps and shortcuts, but it’s a skill that, once developed, has immediate impact for a better understanding of nearly everything you’ll encounter in life.

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Went above and beyond the lesson text
My instructor, Joseph, was genuinely invested in helping students understand the material and went above and beyond the lesson text, offering time-saving strategies and giving thoughtful context throughout the lessons. He made himself available and offered relevant insights that extended beyond the GMAT.

Best GMAT instructor I have ever had
Joseph Dise by far is the best GMAT instructor/tutor I have ever had. I myself worked as a SAT tutor in the past for Princeton review and I can honestly say that they have no one on their staff as knowledgeable and passionate about beating the GMAT. I have already recommended him specifically to pretty much anyone who is willing to hear.


Joseph Dise is a class act.
Joseph Dise is a class act. He's a genuine instructor who promptly starts class on time, every-time. As a bright young man, he is clearly able to think on his feet in fielding questions from classmates while thoroughly walking through problems step by step for the audience to follow along. Unassumingly, he takes the time to SHOW us how to approach problem sets and expand one's own thinking to gain awareness of the situation by accurately and methodically teaching us solutions.


Ethan Todras-Whitehill

Education:
BA, Tufts


About Ethan

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Which is your favorite lesson to teach?
Data Sufficiency, no doubt. I love the hungry looks my students get in their eyes when it suddenly clicks and they realize they can use the GMAT's traps against it. The Princess Bride routine I do as part of it? That helps, I'm sure, but it might just be to keep us all entertained.

What is your favorite problem from the Official Guide and why?
13th Ed, SC #133

I really like teaching Sentence Correction because it's the one place in Verbal where significant strides can be made by learning a few key grammatical concepts. This problem does its best to hide its classic 3/2 verb agreement split by switching up the continuous/non-continuous aspect (not a concept tested on the GMAT) in the verb decision point at the end of the underlining. Once you notice that split, it also does its best to hide the subject behind a raft of modifiers, but again a simple rule (the subject you're looking for won't be found in a modifier unless the verb is part of that same modifier) helps us get rid of tempting plural candidates "nets," "devices," and "laws" to find the correct singular subject "compliance." From there it's relatively obvious.

So what I like is that this problem is very easy for someone who has mastered two of the key skills we teach: identifying the good decision points and identifying the proper subject for a verb. And yet for someone lacking those two skills it's fairly difficult. I find that while many students want to improve on Verbal, deep down they need to be sold on why they should relearn (or in many cases learn for the first time) basic grammar instead of just relying on their ears. And this problem does a good job of showing them.

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Ethan turns the cold, pragmatic GMAT into a humorous foe
Ethan took me from a 610 to a 690. I have learned from Ethan both in a group and one-on-one setting, and in both he is phenomenal. If you want an instructor who adjusts based off of your learning style,  reinforces both the technical and strategic sides of the GMAT while keeping the material engaging, he's your man. Ethan turns the cold, pragmatic GMAT into a humorous foe by using examples from life and film. After working with Ethan, you won't be able to watch The Princess Bride without thinking of Data Sufficiency... and that's not a bad thing. I went from being nervous and self-questioning on my first test to relaxed, optimistic, and (I didn't expect to say this) EXCITED on my final test day.

Ethan was a phenomenal teacher.
Ethan was a phenomenal teacher.  He genuinely cares that you learn, and more importantly, retain the material.  Everything was very well structured and easy to follow.  I highly recommend this class to anyone looking for GMAT prep.

Ethan was amazing
Ethan was amazing, and made the material very digestible.  His strategies are working and I can tell that he has spent a lot of time thinking about incorporating his style with the material (very polished).


David Ingber

Education:
AB, Harvard


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What is your favorite quote?
"If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea." - Antoine de Saint-Exupery. I'll admit that I first encountered this quote on reddit as opposed to in some scholarly text, but it's very much the way I feel about math. If math were a boat.  

What subject did you struggle with the most in school, and how did you overcome it?
The state of Massachusetts forced me to take a class in 9th grade called Applied Tech, in which we had to build things like boxes and bridges out of magnets, toothpicks, wood, etc. I was terrible at every skill necessary at doing well in this class. I grew frustrated when I realized I couldn't "out-study" the rest of my class; I simply had to become good at a skill I did not possess. My only path to success came from going half-speed, something that did not come naturally to someone who loved to whiz through more traditional homework assignments. Doing one thing at half-speed correctly is far more effective than frenetically failing at three things. 
 
That class was where I developed my lifelong admiration of people who make things with their hands. Seriously, the next time you walk past a construction site, watch the guy smoothing out sidewalk concrete or building a perfect fence. It's fascinating. 
 
The class also sparked my love of assembling Ikea furniture. 

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Seoaf
Thanks David for helping to push me to see the possible in what seemed impossible: understanding the GMAT!


Dave Halliday

Education:
BA, Stanford
MBA, Yale


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What do you love about teaching?
I love two things: the "aha" moments when students get a core concept and getting word from former students that they beat their target score.  In the classroom it's easy to tell whether students are getting it: frowns get turned upside down and faces brighten.  Online, this can be a bit tougher to gauge.  Students tend to be a bit reticent, so I'll usually interpret "yeah...." as sign that we need to go over the material one more time.  If I get back an exclamation point or an emoticon, that's when I know the class has it!

Which movie/TV character would do best on the GMAT and why?
It's a common misperception that Sherlock Holmes only uses deductive logic.  While his skills of deduction would allow him to wreck shop on Inference and Data Sufficiency questions, that alone doesn't guarantee a top GMAT score.  He also commonly uses inductive logic - creating and testing hypotheses while gathering facts to narrow down the range of possible solutions to a crime.  This would give him an edge on gap-spotting on Strengthen/Weaken problems, finding the purpose in Reading Comprehension questions, and narrowing down the possible strategies for Problem Solving questions.  If Benedict Cumberbatch (Sherlock) and Jonny Lee Miller (Elementary) went head-to-head, I think the more socially unaware portrayal by Cumberbatch would win because he would never let his intuition get in the way of his logic.

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He was great!
I really enjoy classes with Dave, he was clear with his explanation and always tried to address the topics in a way that all of us could understand. He was great!

Great instructor. 
Dave Halliday was a great instructor.  He was passionate about making sure everyone is on the same page and understands the questions perfectly.

I highly highly recommend Dave Halliday.
Dave Halliday is one of the best instructors i have come across in my life. He makes sure that entire class understands the course (each and every topic). His experiences, his teaching methods and always there to answer the questions with a lot of patience are few qualities of him, that makes him outstanding. I would recommend everyone if they get a chance, to be part of his class. I highly highly recommend Dave Halliday.



Ravi Sreerama

Education:
BS, UC Berkeley
JD, USC
MBA, UCLA


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What do you love about teaching?
Making a difference. Sometimes it's big, sometimes it's small. But in the end, you're always making a difference. And when you see your students achieve that success, you can't help but feel proud that you played a part in that process.

What is your favorite Veritas Prep success story?
The Chef! I learned on the first day of class that he was a high-school dropout who never went to college. So, I pulled him aside during a break and I told him that he would have to change his attitude if he wanted to achieve success with the GMAT. He was going to have to listen to me instead of those demons from his past. But if he could not do that, he should walk out right then and there. Fortunately, he said that he would try - which is all I could truly ask at that point. Over the following weeks, I motivated him to work hard and he succeeded... in a big way, ultimately scoring 760 and getting into INSEAD!

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Apart from his great teaching style, he kept the class motivated.
I took some of these trials with other companies and I can say I was easily bored after 1 hour. But not on Ravi's class. Apart from his great teaching style, he kept the class motivated. He made me try harder on each question one after the other. He reached out to everyone in the class and made sure that we understood where we did wrong and what we could do to avoid mistakes and I think that was the most important thing. He made sure everyone was satisfied at the end of the class and the show up to the classes represented that. It was a very dynamic class with everyone helping each other out and some of us are still in touch, helping each other with GMAT problems.

Ravi was easily one of the best teachers I have ever had.
I have never learned more from any other class I have taken in my history as a student. Ravi was easily one of the best teachers I have ever had. Ravi knew the ins and outs of every problem and explained his reasoning extremely well. I wouldn't recommend any other course or teacher if you are preparing to take the GMAT.

Ravi makes the GMAT looks so much more approachable.
As an international student non-native speaker, I was having a hard time with the verbal session - more specifically with the Sentence Correction. But after taking Ravi's classes, Sentence Correction became my favorite topic in the Verbal session. It's amazing how Ravi makes the GMAT looks so much more approachable. The way he teaches and explains all the GMAT stuffs is spectacular.


Josh Klemme

Education:
BA, Brown University MBA, Columbia


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What is your proudest accomplishment?
My proudest accomplishment so far has been raising my three young kids.  I love to teach them too - and sometimes my experience with GMAT logic even comes into play.  It’s amazing how use of reason can be used to even teach a first grader new and developing math concepts!

If you weren’t teaching the GMAT, What would you be teaching instead?
I would definitely teach music and entertainment marketing. I ran brand strategy for several huge properties over about a decade, and one of my favorite parts of the job was mentoring younger executives with problem solving techniques for their clients.  
 

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I would definitely recommend Josh to any of my friends.
My instructor was Josh Klemme. He was wonderful! Not only did he have a  very lovable and outgoing personality, but he's a great teacher. Very enthusiastic, friendly and really concerned about our improvement and overall GMAT score. He was very helpful and seemed really dedicated to his job. Josh provided all the students with great strategies, how to solve difficult tasks, manage, and save time during the exam, how to prepare ourselves psychologically and in general he made everyone believe in themselves and not to be afraid of the GMAT exam. I would definitely recommend Josh to any of my friends


Chris Kane

Education:
BA, Stanford


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What is your favorite quote?
My favorite quote is one by Benjamin Franklin on education: "Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." The entire Veritas Prep curriculum has been developed around the concept of Learning by Doing, and this quote captures exactly why we have done that. Rote memorization and rote learning are not effective approaches in education, and this is especially true when preparing for a reasoning and problem solving based test such as the GMAT.

What is your proudest accomplishment?
My proudest life accomplishment remains the first time I climbed El Capitan in Yosemite Valley. Although I had already been an active rock-climber while in high school on the coast of Maine, I was not prepared for the intimidating scale of Yosemite's huge granite walls when I moved to California to attend Stanford.  The first time I climbed there, I stood at the base of El Cap and thought I would never in my life climb this amazing piece of rock. One year later, after 4 days on the wall, I pulled onto the summit of El Cap, exhausted and elated; even though I have gone on to do many harder and more committing climbs, nothing will ever compare to the sense of accomplishment I felt that day.

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Chris is a master of the GMAT material
My instructor, Chris Kane, was outstanding and helped me understand the different types of questions that the GMAT will use and the best ways to conquer these questions. I also did individual tutoring sessions with Chris and would highly recommend him. Chris knows how to teach complex subject matter to students. Chris knows all the different types of questions and strategies that the GMAT will throw at you. Choose Veritas Prep and Chris Kane.

Amazing teacher!
I can confidently say that Chris is responsible for at least 100 points increase in my score. Amazing teacher!

Just an overall great instructor.
Chris Kane was enthusiastic, very knowledgeable in all facets of the GMAT and just an overall great instructor. The 12 books that are given are extremely helpful, especially the skillbuilder sections. I learned valuable techniques and strategies to assist with question approach and time management. It was an awesome experience that was very beneficial.


Brian Galvin

Education:
BBA, University of Michigan
MA, University of Michigan


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Which character would do best on the GMAT:  Larry David from Curb Your Enthusiasm.  The way he notices little things, fixates on them, and won’t let them go – he’d be a master of Data Sufficiency.  “Why is this word problem about bags of sugar and not just sugar?  Why wouldn’t they just say sugar?  Why the bags?  Ohh…it has to be an integer.  Got you, GMAT. Pretty, pretty, pretty good trick you tried to get me with…”

Favorite Veritas Prep Success Story:  I had a guy – Jason White, but not the Heisman winner - take one of our old weekend crash courses and he came in having just scored a 490 on the official test two days prior, and already had his next test scheduled for that coming Tuesday (back then you could take the test once per calendar month, not once per 30 days).  He told me “I need a 700…let’s get there” and I was skeptical, but he really took all of our lessons to heart – I’d highlight a trap answer and why you might pick it and he’d look up and say “I made that same mistake twice”…that kind of thing.  He made a ton of progress but I was still nervous for him.  Two days later I get the call and I was nervous to even take it knowing how hard it is to get from the 4s to the 7s in general, let alone that quickly.  He had hit 710, and the funniest thing was that I was much more surprised and excited.  Business as usual for him, but for me – 220 points in less than a week? That’s when I knew the stuff we were teaching was working.

Proudest accomplishment: Qualifying for the Boston Marathon.  It’s so much hard work to get in that kind of shape but then you also have to deliver on race day – you have to pace yourself, you have to stick to your plan, you have to push through pain and fatigue and stay upbeat and focused over all that distance.  And all that really matters when you’re gunning for a BQ is that final number – did you make the cut or not?  I like thinking back to that experience when I’m teaching because it’s pretty similar to what students with 700+ ambitions are going through.  Nerves, fatigue, uncertainty, but you have to keep a sense of optimism.  Having gone through that helps me relate to stressed-out students…particularly those who are trying to “qualify for Boston” (Harvard or MIT-Sloan, maybe) themselves.

Real reviews

Brian Galvin is AMAZING; knows his material in and out
Can I say amazing? Of course, I had the honor of being taught by Brian Galvin and Matt Douglas. I say "honor", because Brian Galvin is AMAZING; knows his material in and out, has clear cut methodologies of explaining them (even to idiots like me), engaging enough that I didn't fizzle out through the 9 hr session, but also didn't pace too quickly or too slowly. While grueling and jam-packed with info, it was probably the best investment I've made thus far in this whole GMAT process. The take-aways from the class were so valuable and added another dimension to the weekly Veritas course I'm taking.  I highly recommend the 2 day boot camp, but more so recommend taking the course specifically with Brian Galvin.

He's patient and just really good at his job.
Brian is wonderful. Some people do this just for money, Brian is genuinely interested in the success of his students. He's patient and just really good at his job. Brian is super smart, patient, will address each person's concerns and make sure we are always comfortable before moving on. It's a course 7-10pm after a long day of work, he makes the experience as pleasant as possible. He's also very sociable, talks to us before class or during break. You can tell he's a seasoned teacher and really enjoys teaching.

He is no ordinary tutor
That's where Brian Galvin comes in. He is no ordinary tutor :) . He is the Jesus of the GMATland. The son sent over to save the millions of test takers who are up against the test.


David Newland

Education:
BS,Truman State University
MA, History, Truman State University
MA, Education, Truman State University
JD, University of Michigan


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What is your favorite lesson to teach?
My favorite lesson to teach is data sufficiency. Everyone learns something in data sufficiency! Everyone has that “aha moment” that I love. Some people come to the lesson with a big fear of data sufficiency and I am able to give them the tools to build their confidence. Some people come in thinking that they know everything about data sufficiency and are shocked by how much they actually learn during that lesson. It really is a metaphor for all of the other sections of the GMAT, it is not just what you know, it is how you play the game and data sufficiency is all about learning to play the game. What can be more fun than that? 

If you were not teaching the GMAT what would you be teaching instead?
If I were not teaching the GMAT I would be a coach. In fact I think of what I do for Veritas Prep as coaching. Like a sports coach or a vocal coach, or even a life coach, a GMAT coach is doing more than conveying content. The students that I work with need more than knowledge, they need to be able to perform to the best of their abilities on test day and it is my pleasure to help them do it!

Real reviews

Could I have scored 700+ without David? Probably not
I paid for 28 hours of online tutoring with Veritas Prep. I was assigned David Newland as my instructor. It was the best money I could have spent. Within six weeks of working with David, I scored 770 and 760 on the GMAT Prep Software PP1 and PP2 tests. On the real exam I scored 700 (90%), comprising Quant 47 (73%) and Verbal 39 (88%). The drop between the PP tests and the real test was mostly due to nerves and bad time management on the day. Could I have scored 700+ without David? Probably not given I only had six weeks to prepare. David was excellent. With 8+ years of GMAT experience he knows how to solve every question the test can throw at you. He explained methodology in a clear and easy to apply fashion. He was also flexible and we could frequently schedule sessions on short notice.

This guy is smart and really knows the GMAT inside and out
Got so lucky to get David Newland as my instructor. I went into the course more confident in quant, and David is a verbal expert, specifically in Critical Reasoning. This guy is smart and really knows the GMAT inside and out, which was helpful since I had never taken the exam before. I could hear his voice inside my head as I did practice problems and during the actual GMAT.

David was excellent.
The instructor David was excellent. I found that he took the time to explain each section properly and in easy to understand language. I very much enjoyed this course and would recommend it to any one with a very hectic schedule.


Travis Morgan

Education:
MBA, Kellogg


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What do you love about teaching?
I always like to say, “I don’t teach lessons, I teach people.”  My favorite part of teaching is the ability to connect with other people and figure out how we may think about things differently. Just because you approach a subject, an idea or a problem differently than someone else, that doesn’t mean that it’s necessarily right or wrong—it’s just different.  I love to see how different people view the world around them in such vastly divergent ways. As a teacher, my goal is to meet them where they are now—how they think, what they see, the process they’re most comfortable with—and try to open their eyes to a different approach, a new discovery, or a beneficial thought process. Yes, it may help them on the GMAT, but hopefully it helps all of us to be a little more flexible in our outlooks on life.

Which is your favorite lesson to teach? 
One of the things I enjoy is bringing structure to seemingly nebulous things. Therefore, I love to teach Sentence Correction. Usually about half of my students absolutely HATE Sentence Correction when they start. Let’s face it, English is an absolute mess. Who came up with this disaster of a language? However, you don’t have to be an expert grammarian to do well on these problems. With a structured approach to the problem and implementing a strategy called “Decision Points,” you can get the right answer with limited knowledge (and effort). I just love to see my students’ eyes light up when we teach this strategy and it completely transforms their entire view of these problems.

Real reviews

My instructor, Travis Morgan, was phenomenal. 
  He was able to teach difficult concepts in simple ways so that everyone could understand.   Veritas Prep dissects the GMAT so that you know exactly what to expect and gives many helpful hints so that you know how to think like the test makers. The books that come with the course actually explain short cuts to doing the problems and walk you through step-by-step.  Seriously everyone in my class was very happy with the course and felt that it was well worth the money.

His classes were very dynamic
My instructor Travis Morgan (LA) was awesome!; he helped me to focus on effective strategies to tackle the GMAT! His classes were very dynamic and gave us advices out of the (material from his personal exprience as a test taker). My instructor and Veritas Prep are highly recomended!!

Special praise must be given to instructor Travis Morgan
whose upbeat personality kept me awake after a full day of work. Highly recommend