Evanston GMAT Prep Courses

Veritas Prep was the first to offer GMAT prep in Evanstan directly from an instructor who has scored in the 99th percentile. Combine that with 36 hours of in-class instruction, 12-full length practice tests, unlimited homework support and a complete free retake, and you can see that Veritas Prep offers the most bullish GMAT class in Chicagoland. Scroll down to find the best GMAT course for you.

Why you’ll love Veritas Prep:

INSTRUCTORS

I owe my instructor a huge thanks as the course not only gave me practical application of the GMAT but it gave me confidence. I now "think like the testmaker" which is an amazing feeling!
-Rhonda B.

CURRICULUM

After months of studying on my own it didn't seem like I was making a big improvement. Then, after 5 weeks of my Veritas Prep course, my score increased by 100 points. This class has been a huge life saver!
-Christine D.

RESOURCES

The course materials set up the content in an easily digestible format and allowed me to slowly build up competencies. I'm confident I could not have prepared for the test as comprehensively on my own
-Jonathan P.

RETAKE

Veritas has pleasantly surpassed my high expectations. Retaining a full year of online resources and the privilege to retake the course at a later time has proven immeasurably valuable to my journey.
-Jim S.

Evanston GMAT
Course Schedule

November 6 - December 13

Mondays, Wednesdays
7pm - 10pm
Chicago
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, IL 60611-4316
In Person | $1,950 $1,700 or 3 payments of $584

January 6 - February 10

Saturdays
10am - 5pm
Chicago
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, IL 60611-4316
In Person | $1,950 $1,700 or 3 payments of $584

January 9 - February 15

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
Chicago
450 North Cityfront Plaza Drive
Chicago, IL 60611-4316
In Person | $1,950 $1,700 or 3 payments of $584

Nov 6 - Dec 13 M/W 7-10pm

Alexander Fore
Chicago
$1,950 $1,700

Jan 6 - Feb 10 S 10am - 5pm

Richard Swartz
Chicago
$1,950 $1,700

Jan 9 - Feb 15 T/Th 7-10pm

Neel Tummala
Chicago
$1,950 $1,700

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Education:
MBA, University of Chicago
MA, United States Naval War College
BA, University of Southern California
What is your proudest accomplishment?
I think my proudest moments occurred while flying medical evacuation sorties as a Navy helicopter pilot.  To be able to say, definitively, that I was a part of a crew that saved somebody's life and that person is around today because I did my job, that's humbling.
 
What do you love about teaching?
Everything.  It's meant to be organized but it's often messy, which can be fun.  It's where discovery happens, even for the teacher.  It's personal.  And the people that do it really well are the ones that really care about the person on the receiving end.

Which movie/TV character would do best on the GMAT?
Mark Watney, lead character in The Martian.  The guy figured out how to life hack Mars.  I think he is your prototype of a GMAT problem solver.
 


Education:
MBA, Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand
MS, Stanford University
BS, Indiana University
What do you love about teaching?
The amazing thing about teaching is that you have the chance to change the way that a person thinks in ways that you may not see. You never know the result at the time that you are teaching, but sometimes you meet a student years later who tells you how you changed their life.

What subject did you struggle with the most in school and how did you overcome it?
I thought marketing management was pretty boring, so I adopted a technique to help me stay focused. Whenever I realized my mind was wandering, I would always write down the next word that I heard the professor say, no matter what it was. My notes were strewn with all kinds of random words, but, believe it or not, I could review my notes and recall exactly what the professor was saying at the time.

What is your proudest accomplishment? 
Getting a perfect score on the GMAT.
 


Education:
BA, Loyola University
MA, Boston University
If you weren’t teaching the GMAT, What would you be teaching instead?
To some extent, I am cheating on the answer to this one. I currently teach economics to community college students in Chicago. I am one of the few people in the world who feels this way, but economic theory is endlessly fascinating to discuss. Teaching it is a fantastic job, and it is why I teach the GMAT now. I fell into teaching, but I learned that I really love it and really appreciate the opportunity to teach in other contexts (like the GMAT).
 
What do you love about teaching?
Teaching is great because it allows me to discuss intellectually interesting problems and ideas in a way that is not really possible in any other context. When I try to break down a GMAT question or economic theory into a process or argument that students can understand and internalize, I am forced to think about things I know quite well in a very different way. The act itself is rewarding, and in addition there is tremendous satisfaction in being able to help students achieve their goals in some small way, whether it be completing their undergraduate education or scoring well on their GMAT.