Seattle GMAT Prep Courses

If you can stand the rain, Seattle is arguably one of the best cities for young professionals to live. It’s also one of the best cities to attend a Veritas Prep GMAT class. Our Seattle GMAT courses combine 36 hours of in-class instruction, 12-full length practice tests, unlimited homework support and a free retake of the entire class. So, you can see that Veritas Prep offers the best GMAT class in Seattle. Scroll down to find a GMAT course for you.

Why you’ll love Veritas Prep:

INSTRUCTORS

I thought prepping for the test on my own would be sufficient. It was only after enrolling in the class that I realized the magnitude of the GMAT. My Veritas instructor provided me with an understanding of the test that I could not have experienced on my own.
-Adam H.

CURRICULUM

The material is exceptionally well presented. I love the order of higher thinking they introduce and the concept of thinking like the test makers! There is no other GMAT program that compares to Veritas.
-Craig T.

RESOURCES

Veritas exceeded all of my expectations. There is a resource for any need a student might have. And it's great that we still have access to all of the resources even after the course wrapped up!
-Lisa H.

RETAKE

I just can't see how another test prep course could be more complete. Also the ability to retake the course within a year is an incredible bonus.
-Anna D.

Seattle GMAT
Course Schedule

May 7 - June 12

Saturdays, Sundays
7am - 10am (PDT)
Live Online
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction.
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June 11 - June 19

Saturdays, Sundays
9am - 7pm
Seattle
1420 Fifth Avenue
Suite 2200
Seattle, WA 98101
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

October 11 - November 17

Tuesdays, Thursdays
7pm - 10pm
Seattle
1420 Fifth Avenue
Suite 2200
Seattle, WA 98101
In person: Full Course | $1,650 or 3 payments of $566

May 7 - Jun 12 S/Su 7am - 10am (PDT)

David Newland
Live Online
$1,650

Jun 11 - Jun 19 S/Su 9am - 7pm

Matt Douglas
Seattle
$1,650

Oct 11 - Nov 17 T/Th 7-10pm

Nick Strauss
Seattle
$1,650

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


Education:
BA, McGill
MA, Claremont
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 demonstrated his ability to solve any question
Matt was simply fantastic. He demonstrated his ability to solve any question and answer every question. His knowledge went beyond just learning about the GMAT. He also made the class enjoyable and fun. He proved his willingness to assist each and everyone one of the students based on their ability and understanding of the topic.

I would highly recommend Matt
Matt is a wonderful instructor. He's very engaging and is eager to help you improve your GMAT score. I really enjoyed his style of teaching, working through pieces of the lesson then reinforcing it with homework problems. I really enjoyed his class and never felt intimidated if I didn't understand a concept and had more questions. I get the sense in his eyes there's no such thing as a dumb question. He's happy to help any student that is eager to learn and improve their score. I would highly recommend Matt to anyone in need of a good instructor.


Education:
BA, Stanford
M.Ed., Seattle
Which is your favorite lesson to teach?
I'd have to say my favorite lesson is combinatorics and probability. Not only is it a topic I find truly fascinating, but from my day job in business intelligence I've learned just now lacking is an understanding of these concepts among business decision makers. So it feels like, while reviewing the fundamentals that the GMAT requires, there's a chance to make the business world a little smarter about how data behaves...that my students might just be a little better positioned even once they graduate from their MBA programs. It's also a topic that can be fearfully dull, honestly. A lot of people dread it because they've had bad instructors who drone on about formulae without explaining why things work the way they do. I try to upset that preconception and put all the passion I've got into delivering the content.

What is your favorite Veritas Prep success story?
Several years ago I had a student, a Captain in the Army from Fort Lewis just south of Seattle (now ”Joint Base Lewis-McChord). He was a veteran of combat in Bosnia, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Came in sorting in the mid-400s but had some really awesome goals for top-tier schools. You could really see the discipline of military experience and a certain resilience to being ruffled that probably built up from his time overseas. Anyway, the guy was also clearly sharp as a tack and it was great to see the combination of native intelligence and focused effort come together. He emailed me later, after taking the test, to say that he'd ended up with a choice between Harvard and Stanford and went with Stanford because they gave him a better aid package...and I guess that's all there is left to say about that!
 
If you weren’t teaching the GMAT, What would you be teaching instead?
My day job actually is teaching! I develop and deliver business intelligence training programs. A lot of the delivery is online, and sometimes all I do is make recordings, since most companies large enough to have BI organizations are pretty geographically distributed. That's one of the reasons I love teaching for Veritas Prep, it gives me a chance to get up in front of a live audience and have a little more interactive time.

Real reviews

It is clear that he is brilliant and well suited to share his knowledge.
Nick Strauss was the perfect blend of humor and academic focus. It is clear that he is brilliant and well suited to share his knowledge. He continually demonstrated the many different approaches to simplifying the problem solving process required to be successful on the GMAT.

Nick is awesome.
Nick is awesome.  He presented the material in a way that made it interesting and really engaged us.  He also provided lots of great advice and tips/tricks on how to be successful at this test.  He is very approachable and extremely helfpul.

He was very engaging.
Nick did a great job!  He was very engaging.  If I know of anyone that wants to do a GMAT prep course, I will make sure that they do the Veritas course when Nick is an instructor.