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November 4 - December 10

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Mondays
7pm - 10pm
San Francisco
1 Market St
36th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

November 4 - December 11

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
San Jose
1727 Technology Drive
San Jose, CA 95110-1310
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

November 8 - November 22

Saturdays, Sundays
10am - 5pm
Palo Alto
4290 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

January 12 - February 18

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm
San Jose
1727 Technology Drive
San Jose, CA 95110-1310
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

January 13 - February 19

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
San Francisco
1 Market St
36th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

January 17 - February 21

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
Palo Alto
4290 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

January 17 - February 21

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
San Francisco
1 Market St
36th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

January 27 - March 5

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
Palo Alto
4290 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

March 9 - April 15

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm
San Francisco
1 Market St
36th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

March 10 - April 16

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
San Jose
1727 Technology Drive
San Jose, CA 95110-1310
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

March 14 - April 18

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
San Francisco
1 Market St
36th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

April 7 - May 14

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
Palo Alto
4290 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

May 5 - June 11

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
San Francisco
1 Market St
36th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94105
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

May 9 - June 13

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
San Jose
1727 Technology Drive
San Jose, CA 95110-1310
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

June 16 - July 23

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
Palo Alto
4290 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94306
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

October 27 - December 3

Mondays, Wednesdays, Tuesdays
5pm - 8pm (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

November 3 - December 10

Mondays, Wednesdays
3am - 6am (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

November 3 - December 10

Mondays, Wednesdays, Tuesdays
6:30pm - 9:30pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

November 4 - December 11

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Mondays
4pm - 7pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

November 8 - December 14

Saturdays, Sundays
9am - 12pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

November 9 - December 16

Sundays, Tuesdays
5pm - 8pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

November 10 - December 17

Mondays, Wednesdays
10:30am - 1:30pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

November 17 - December 23

Mondays, Wednesdays, Tuesdays
4pm - 7pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

December 1 - January 7

Mondays, Wednesdays, Tuesdays
4pm - 7pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

December 6 - January 11

Saturdays, Sundays
9am - 12pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

December 7 - December 13

Sundays, Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays
7am - 2pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Immersion Course | $1,250 or 3 payments of $433

December 14 - January 20

Sundays, Tuesdays
5pm - 8pm (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

December 20 - January 25

Saturdays, Sundays
7am - 10am (PST)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
Live Online: Full Course | $1,350 or 3 payments of $466

Matt Douglas

Education:
BA, McGill
MA, Claremont


Hear from Matt

What is your favorite lesson to teach?
Arithmetic, and it isn't even close. Learning how numbers are built and where their quirky properties come from is about as wonderful as thinking gets. In the hands of most high school instructors, math feels lukewarm and premade: "Here's a theorem some dead guy thought of. We won't tell you why or how this is relevant to anything, just repeat it 700 times. And make it quick. We have another dead guy's theorem to get to." But number theory is all about felicity and improvisation: how do we know that every number that ends in 7 has a multiple that consists entirely of 1's? Why can I square any prime greater than 3, subtract one, and get a multiple of 24? Why on earth does that divisibility test for 11 work? The methods of proof are usually different and nothing is dull and predetermined, so you really get a chance to see what those philosophers meant when they called math the music of reason. 

What is your favorite problem from the Official Guide?
My favorite math problem ever is 'Andrey's Broken Calculator', a great bit of whimsy from the old Soviet Union (and who knew they even had mathematical whimsy in the old Soviet Union! I thought all the math problems involved optimizing the output of a tractor). In it, your luckless friend Andrey has nothing but a sheet of paper with three integers on it - 0, m, and n, where m and n are unknown, coprime positive integers - and a calculator that can only perform one operation: taking the average of two even numbers, or the average of two odd numbers.
Andrey has been asked by the party officials to prove that no matter what m and n are, he can eventually produce ANY integer from 0 to n simply by performing computations on his calculator over and over again, and your task is to save him from plonking away miserably on the thing for eternity by coming up with a general proof. Poor Andrey had to wait a while for me to rescue him: considering I didn't even try the problem until 2008, he must've been holed up in some dour grey building for decades fretting over his calculations.

Real reviews

Matt Douglas is the King of Prep courses!
Matt Douglas is the King of Prep courses! If you want to take a GMAT prep course, take it with Matt! He knows his stuff and he keeps it interesting. He genuinely cares and wants you to do well. Its rare to find people that do it for more than a paycheck. Matt does it because he wants you to do well, he wants to help you succeed.

He knows more than one way to explain why that's the answer.
In a word, my instructor Matt is upbeat. He has a goofy laugh that is very disarming. His refrain after a tough problem is "good! good! good!" He's also on top of his game. Definitely a 750+ scorer, because he knows more than one way to explain why that's the answer. What I find with Veritas Prep  is that the instructors have taken the GMAT not just 2 years ago but very recently - in this case Matt took one half-way into the course, and was able to speak to the trends.


Cliff Smith

Education:
BS, Northeastern
MS, Northeastern
MBA, Stanford University


Hear from Cliff

What is your favorite Veritas Prep success story?
Before taking the full Veritas Prep course online with me, Alexandra had already taken the GMAT and scored just 470. Her score was low in large part because she was in just the 8th percentile on quant. She signed up for three or four hours of tutoring with me and we worked on her areas of difficulty. Using materials which evolved into the current Veritas Prep Skillbuilders, we improved her performance – and her confidence level. After just four weeks, she took the GMAT again and scored a 640 – and had improved to the 55th percentile on quant. She called me right after finishing the test and was absolutely elated. She was on cloud nine – and hearing her delight got me there, too.

What is your favorite lesson to teach?
Foundations of GMAT Logic (the first lesson). The GMAT is about problem solving and reasoning, so knowing how to apply logic is essential. That first lesson explains the structure of arguments, which is helpful. The lesson also helps students understand the tricky wording of questions. But the most important part of the lesson shows how to apply logic to get to the right answer quickly and accurately. Logic rules!

Also, I should mention that I've done live online GMAT tutoring with students in at least 30 countries. I love helping Veritas Prep grow its footprint around the world!


Which movie/TV character would do best on the GMAT?
It’s elementary:  Sherlock Holmes. The GMAT might be described as a collection of logical puzzles:  a series of questions that require one to apply reason (and a well-defined but limited range of knowledge and skills) to solve problems. Who could do better than Sherlock Holmes in applying logic to sort out puzzling situations? Also, Sherlock is intensely aware of the bounds of his knowledge:  He recognizes both what he knows and what he doesn’t know. That clarity about the limits of evidence would help him do well on Data Sufficiency and Critical Reasoning questions. However, Sherlock would likely be frustrated that the GMAT would give him no opportunity to apply his vaunted sense of smell. Perhaps he would request an accommodation:  an odorized version of the GMAT. Now that would truly be Integrated Reasoning.

Real reviews

His mix of encouragement and enthusiasm really made the process much less painful than it could've been
Working with Cliff was such a pleasure - he really helped fill in the gaps for me and work to be very 'zen' as he called it, on the exam. His mix of encouragement and enthusiasm really made the process much less painful that it could've been -  I really enjoyed working through the problems with him. It worked! I went in prepared, and on the first try ...- 780/6.0 (up from sub 700 on practice exams taken independently). Just got the acceptance letter from Stanford GSB, and I know it wouldn't have been possible without Veritas Prep.
 
He's well-prepared, extremely personable, funny
First and foremost, I would like to say that Cliff Smith is an amazing instructor. He's well-prepared, extremely personable, funny (albeit a bit corny at times, =) ), and excellent in going through/explaining the material. If I could give him a Yelp rating, he'd get 5 stars!

Cliff was quietly passionate about the material
 He made the course engaging through twelve 3-hour sessions.  He taught with slides that were well designed and executed.  He covered all of the course material and provided useful summary handouts.  He knew the material well, sometimes providing alternative solutions to problems.


Laura Cook

Education:
BA, Texas A&M
PhD, Stanford


Hear from Laura

What is your favorite quote?
“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” –Mark Twain

What do you like best about teaching?
That moment when you see someone - particularly someone who has been struggling - go from confusion to understanding.

Real reviews

She is able to gauge the level of each student
I highly recommend Veritas Prep, particularly with Laura! She explains everything in a manner that makes it easy to understand. She also is able to gauge the level of each student and provides more challenging review for those who desire a higher score. She keeps class interesting and engaging, which is very important for a 3-hour course that takes place in the evenings during the work week!

Laura was engaging and knowledgeable
Laura was engaging and knowledgeable about the material.  For every example problem we worked on, she would give us several ways to figure out the problem.  Leaving us to choose which method was easier for us.  Furthermore at the beginning of each class she would give us a brief overview of the key principles of the day’s lessons, very helpful if you have been out of school for a few years.


Chris Kane

Education:
BA, Stanford


Hear from Chris

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.

Real reviews

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.

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.


Rich Zwelling

Education:
BS, Duke
MA, NYU


Hear from Rich

Which movie/TV character would do best on the GMAT and why?
Gotta be Walter White (a.k.a. Heisenberg) from Breaking Bad. As morally reprehensible as he is, one can't deny that he's an inveterate and adaptive problem solver.  And as a chemistry Ph.D. and erstwhile proprietor of a technology firm, his quantitative prowess is beyond reproach.

What is your favorite quote?
"Every jumbled pile of a person has a thinking part that wonders what the part that isn't thinking isn't thinking of." - They Might Be Giants, "Where Your Eyes Don't Go"

Real reviews

Because of this class, I was able to get into my first choice school!!
Rich Zwelling was a phenomenal teacher-- so enthusiastic and knowledgeable about the course material, with the appropriate amount of anecdotes and fun asides to keep all the students fully engaged. He made the math seem accessible, which was where I struggled. Because of this class, I was able to get into my first choice school!!

Amazing instructor.
Rich Zwelilng was an amazing instructor. Very helpful during tough problems, and took multiple approaches to solve problems when students got stuck.


Ron Awad

Education:
BSc, McGill
MBA, Concordia


Hear from Ron

Which is your favorite lesson to teach?
My favorite class to teach is Advanced Verbal, which is lesson 9 in the curriculum. We cover advanced concepts in Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction and Reading Comprehension, all in the same class. I find that's really the class where we lay bare the GMAT's entire verbal strategy, how the exam tries to trip you up. In football terms, it's the equivalent of having Bill Belichick's "alleged" Spygate tapes a few weeks before test day. You've got the whole playbook at your fingertips. On game day, you may not necessarily win by 4 touchdowns, but you won't be blindsided by much.

What is your favorite quote?
I believe I've successfully propagated a quote I heard attributed to Veritas Prep's own Bill Robinson that "the less math I do, the better I am at math". Math on the GMAT is so frequently about logic that I may start a petition for a name change. Often the exam questions contain portions such as is 4/7 > 26/53. Before you start trying to put them both on a common denominator (371, FYI), recognize that 4/7 is more than half while 26/53 isn't. Little differences can make the difference between getting the question right in 1 minute and getting the question right in 15 seconds.

Which movie/TV character would do best on the GMAT and why?
Tyrion Lannister would ace the GMAT, if such a thing existed in Westeros. While the older Jamie was known as the attractive one, Tyrion was undoubtedly the clever brother. In season 2 of the TV show Game of Thrones, Tyrion wasn't sure who he could trust, so he told three separate stories to three different advisors and then waited to see which story would get leaked to the queen. Using this cunning ruse, Tyrion could quickly ascertain who he could trust and who would be sent to the dungeon. The same logical approach will demystify critical reasoning traps as well as data sufficiency questions. You may not be the king of the seven kingdoms, but you'll be the king of the GMAT.

Real reviews

Made me want to come to class even when I  was exhausted
Funniest guy I've ever met. Made me want to come to class even when I  was exhausted and didn't feel like it. Gave us some great tips and  tricks and taught in a way that I will remember them. Great class, great experience!
 
Ron was an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and motivating instructor.
Ron was an enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and motivating instructor. I would definitely retake the course knowing he would be the instructor.

He had a lot of enthusiasm as was very patient with us.
Ron did a great job introducing us to the material which he was very knowledgeable on. He had a lot of enthusiasm as was very patient with us. I learnt a lot of little tricks from Ron which I know will come in handy when I write. He was always open for any questions as really helped create a great learning experience.

Couldn't of asked for any better.
Couldn't of asked for any better. Thank you Ron!


David Newland

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


Hear from David

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.


Ravi Sreerama

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


Hear from Ravi

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!

Real reviews

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.


Jen Brown

Education:
BS, Kettering
MBA, Harvard


Hear from Jen

What is your favorite lesson to teach?
This is a tough question to answer and the truth is, my favorite lesson changes every week!  My students tend to make fun of me because each time we meet I'm totally excited to teach them "my favorite part of the GMAT." However, I guess if I had to choose, I'd say geometry.  I love the "a-ha" moments in geometry, when a student realizes that even the seemingly most complex of problems is made of simple shapes.
 
What do you love about teaching?
I come from a family of teachers, so maybe it's in my blood…I love meeting new students, learning about their goals and watching them grow from week to week. I enjoy the challenge of adapting explanations, guidance and advice to different learning styles and seeing the light in a students eyes when it all makes sense.  Most of all, though, I think the GMAT is really fun, and I enjoy helping others to find the fun in it as well!

Real reviews

Jen was outstanding!!!
She came to each session with energy and with a passion for the GMAT. Emails to her were quickly responded to with a thoughtful reply, and I could count her following up on the email at the next session. She even had a clever way of getting the students to respond to practice questions. I noticed a difference in my own willingness to share my answers on problems, and the class as a whole seemed to get more responsive.


Ethan Todras-Whitehill

Education:
BA, Tufts


Hear from Ethan

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.

Real reviews

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).