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The phrase “going above and beyond” can be taken quite literally when you live a mile high. Our Denver GMAT course truly follows suit by offering 36 hours of in-class instruction, 12-full length practice tests, more than 1,500 practice problems and unlimited homework support outside of class (not to mention a free retake). So if you want to take your GMAT score above and beyond, scroll below to find a Denver GMAT prep course near you.

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If I could go back and have all of my teachers and coaches since I was old enough to start kindergarten modeled after one particular person, it would be my Veritas Prep instructor.
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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.
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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.
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February 24 - April 2

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If you want expert assistance to help you pursue your goals, Veritas Prep can provide a comprehensive Denver GMAT course or another service to help you improve your study skills. Whether you're an undergraduate student interested in pursuing a career in business or a working professional looking to advance your career, earning an MBA from a local school such as University of Colorado Denver Business School or the University of Denver - Daniels College of Business can help you set yourself apart. Of course, earning an MBA is not easy. The first step is to earn admission into your preferred business program, a competitive process that may involve a high-stakes exam called the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). This test is written specifically to help graduate business admissions departments to identify applicants who are ready for the rigors of their program. 

The GMAT has a total of four sections that add up to about three and a half hours of testing time, not including breaks. Each section evaluates candidates in a different area to mimic the broad array of skills business executives use every day. You can try to prepare for everything on your own, but it can feel very overwhelming. You are also left with no recourse if you get stuck on a particular concept. Instead, you might want to consider investing in a Denver GMAT prep course to guide your self-study.

What Material Does the GMAT Cover?

The four sections of the GMAT are as follows: Analytical Writing Assessment, Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, and Integrated Reasoning. There is no set order you take them in, allowing test-takers to start with something they feel confident about in order to build momentum for the rest of the test. For example, a math whiz might begin with the Quantitative Reasoning section to boost their confidence.

Here is a look at all four of the exam's sections:

1. Analytical Writing Assessment

The GMAT Analytical Writing Assessment is a timed, 30-minute essay that requires test-takers to evaluate an argument. The argument may not be about business or any other topic you're familiar with, but you won't need any prior knowledge of the subject material to craft your response. Instead, you're graded on your essay's clarity, syntactic diversity, topical analysis, and understanding of the argument you are evaluating. Essays are scored on a scale from 0-6 by a combination of electronic and human scorers.

One of the best ways to prepare for the Analytical Writing Assessment is to brush up on your outlining skills. Working from an outline virtually ensures that you present your case in a logical manner, as you have a plan of attack instead of just jotting down whatever comes to mind in the moment. Your outline can also serve as a refresher on what you wanted to say next, mitigating the time you waste trying to recall it. If you aren't already in the habit of outlining written assignments, you can practice in a Denver GMAT class before your exam.

Likewise, a solid understanding of the argument you are critiquing is very important for your essay. Some students make notes about any passages they want to quote or simply spend some time with so that they don't need to dig through the entire passage every time they need to reference it. If your active reading skills aren't up to snuff, you can practice during a Denver GMAT course to help improve your information retention.

2. Quantitative Reasoning

The Quantitative Reasoning section is basically the exam's math section. It consists of 31 multiple-choice questions over 62 minutes and is scored on a scale from 0-60, though most students land somewhere in the 6-51 range. Quantitative Reasoning measures your logical thinking, mathematical knowledge, and analytical thinking skills. There are two types of questions you can expect to see on exam day: problem-solving and data sufficiency.

The test's problem-solving items generally require you to interpret data in order to solve a math problem in a business context. If you have ever taken a standardized math exam before, the format should feel fairly comparable. That said, you shouldn't confuse familiarity with lack of difficulty. You might be able to handle these questions more efficiently if you spend some Denver GMAT prep course time practicing them.

The data sufficiency problems might feel a little novel to you. Instead of simply asking you to solve a math problem, these questions require you to identify when you have enough information to arrive at a valid solution. If you jump the gun and make a business decision before you've gathered the information to do so, you probably won't make the best decision. If you over-analyze the situation, you may become paralyzed and left unable to make any decision. Striking the proper balance is often a key focus while reviewing Denver GMAT course materials.

3. Verbal Reasoning

If Quantitative Reasoning is the exam's math section, then Verbal Reasoning is the English Language Arts section. You have a total of 65 minutes to answer 36 multiple-choice questions, and it's scored the same way as the Quantitative section. The questions on this section fit into three broad categories: critical thinking, reading comprehension, and sentence completions.

The test's critical reasoning questions generally revolve around how to make and analyze an argument or action plan, while the reading comprehension items assess your ability to understand and interpret reading passages. There is a great deal of overlap between them, so you might want to review both question types together during your Denver GMAT course. Since evaluating and crafting arguments is also a key piece of the Analytical Writing Assessment, any work you put into preparing for it may also pay dividends on this section.

If you've ever taken a grammar test before, the sentence completions should feel familiar. You are tasked with selecting the most grammatically-correct answer from the choices provided. That said, you shouldn't slouch in your test prep just because you've been doing similar exercises since you were five. The GMAT questions are harder than those on other tests you've taken, and many test-takers benefit from spending some Denver GMAT course time on them.

4. Integrated Reasoning

Finally, the Integrated Reasoning section is probably the most unique section on the test. You have 30 minutes to answer 12 questions, each of which has multiple parts that require multiple answers. The general idea is to evaluate how well you can apply what you have learned in school to real-world business scenarios. There are a variety of problem types on this section, including two-part analysis, graphic interpretation, table analysis, and multi-source reasoning. Your score will range from 1-8 on this section.

You probably don't have much experience with these question formats, so you might want to answer some practice questions in your Denver GMAT prep course to get a handle on them. For example, two-step analysis questions might ask you to find the solution that satisfies two completely different criteria. You can't just pick the first answer choice that satisfies one or the other, so make sure to read everything carefully before selecting a response.

Likewise, the table analysis questions require you to sort spreadsheets full of data to find what you need to answer them. You're likely already familiar with the basics of how spreadsheets work, but a little practice in advance of your testing date is probably a good idea.

What Types of Test Prep Solutions Are Available to Me?

Veritas Prep can set you up with three test prep options: a Denver GMAT prep course, Live Class, or one-on-one tutoring. Each Denver GMAT course consists of pre-recorded interactive video lessons that you may view at any time on your computer, tablet, or phone for optimal convenience. Everything can be downloaded in HD quality, and you get access to live homework help to address any questions you have.

Each course also includes practice tests you can use to get a sense of what the actual exam feels like. For instance, the GMAT uses a CAT (Computer-Adaptive Testing) format that allows the computer to select your next question as a response to your previous answers. Some students stress out over their previous answers whenever they perceive a question as easier, but it is best to devote your undivided attention to the question in front of you.

If you study best in a classroom setting, a Denver GMAT class may be a better option for you. Each class is taught by a knowledgeable instructor who personally scored within the 99th percentile on the GMAT, making them an excellent source of all kinds of information about the test. All instruction happens live in an innovative online classroom, making you feel as though you are in the same room anywhere with a strong internet connection.

Veritas Prep offers multiple Live Classes concurrently to make it easier to find one that suits your needs, and every class includes the course materials to facilitate study sessions between class sections. If you want even more flexibility, one-on-one tutoring allows you to learn at your own pace in a private learning environment. A tutor can design study sessions around your learning style to help improve your study efficiency.

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Education: BA, Brigham Young University | MBA, Brigham Young University | Doctoral coursework, University of Utah
Aaron Pond truly loves connecting with his students who count on Aaron to be a mentor, a friend, and a resource throughout the entire MBA application process. While the GMAT isn’t rocket science, Aaron could do that as well after receiving his undergraduate degree in Astrophysics from BYU. Since then, Aaron graduated first in his MBA cohort (also from BYU), and finished his doctoral coursework in Educational Leadership at the University of Utah. Aaron’s engaging teaching style and creative methodologies help students look at questions from a totally different perspective, turning horrendous problems into simple, 20-second solutions.
Even though Aaron has read all of the Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings books in German (which seems like one of those “genius-y” type of things), Aaron likes to say, The major work of the world is not done by geniuses. It is done by ordinary people, with balance in their lives, who have learned to work in an extraordinary manner. (Gordon B. Hinckley) As Aaron explains, “It is not just super-geniuses who ace the GMAT. It takes a balanced, calculated approach and it certainly takes work, but anybody can drastically improve their score.”

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Aaron was a great teacher.
Aaron was a great teacher. He knows great techniques that  will help you improve your GMAT score. Thanks to Veritas Prep and Aaron, I'm a second year MBA student at one of the nation’s top MBA programs  and already have a full time job offer for when I finish my second year. I recommend Veritas Prep and Aaron to all my friends.

I really could feel like he cared about each student
My teacher Aaron went out of his way and put in extra time and effort to make sure all my questions were answered. He took time in each class to make sure each student understood the concepts clearly and still moved at an appropriate pace.  I really could feel like he cared about each student, not just his contract with Veritas Prep.

I haven't seen an instructor as well prepared as he is.
Our instructor Aaron Pond is a great guy always concerned with each student in our individual needs. I haven't seen an instructor as well prepared as he is.

BS, Georgia Tech
JD, Georgetown
Anthony Ritz: he’s really, really skilled at chess (he’s a U.S. Chess Federation-rated Expert), so unless you have some serious Gambit Game, we’d recommend you avoid facing him on the chessboard, and instead, take advantage of his exceptional math mind.  A native of Stone Mountain, Georgia, and a graduate of Georgia Tech and Georgetown Law, Anthony’s passionate about getting his students to the GMAT score they want.
“It’s great to be able to show people that math on the GMAT isn’t really about grinding harder or being a genius. It’s about understanding what’s really important and then combining that realization with a skill set that every prospective MBA student is capable of possessing. It’s exciting stuff!”
Anthony’s track record speaks for itself (he’s helped students lift their scores by as much as 230 points), and honestly -- he’s just a great guy.  But again, for the sake of your own self-esteem, ask him about his cats, talk to him about the Braves… but if you’re killing time with him between lessons, avoid the chessboard.

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Anthony is a fantastic teacher!
Anthony is a fantastic teacher! He is not only great at getting the concepts across, but also changing the way you think about numbers and logic in general.  He changed the way I will add, subtract, and multiply for the rest of my life! You can tell by the way he talks and teaches that he genuinely cares about his students and our success.

He always went above and beyond
My instructor, Anthony Ritz, was absolutely amazing. He is very knowledgeable on the test material and takes pride in making sure each class member understands each problem type. He has an endless book of tricks that he is able to articulate in a very easy to remember way. I emailed and instant messaged him many times during the week, outside of class, and he was always quick to respond with multiple ways to look at problems that were confusing me. He always went above and beyond to ensure that everyone was clear on what was going to be tested. He always offered to stay late to review any additional problems that may be confusing.

You never feel like your time is being wasted.
I took a 6 week GMAT course with Anthony Ritz and was so impressed by the professionalism of Veritas instructors. Anthony is one of those super-humans, who received perfect scores on every standardized test from the LSAT to the GMAT to the GRE. My past experience with SAT tutors was to stay away from the wiz kids because they didn't know how to teach/translate their genius, but Anthony does. His lessons were content rich, but contained added bonuses like calculation shortcuts and tricks to approaching problems. Anthony edited many of the Veritas books, so his familiarity with them is impressive. He knows exactly which problems are most challenging so he cherry picks the best examples to work through in class. You never feel like your time is being wasted.

BA, University of Washington
After receiving her degree in Physiology from the University of Washington, Erika took what she thought would be a short-term position teaching at a private tutoring academy while she finished her grad school applications. Several years and many score reports later, she was directing the academy, developing all new curricula for a wealth of standardized tests, and loving every minute of it. When an opportunity arose to write test content for an edtech company in Boston, Massachusetts, she bade the Pacific Northwest farewell and took a harrowing cross-country plane ride with her two very unhappy cats (for concerned readers, they have since forgiven her).
Since arriving in the Northeast, Erika has contributed to writing and editing thousands of GMAT and GRE questions and explanations, hundreds of lessons, and a growing number of instructional YouTube videos. She uses her experience being a testmaker to teach her students how to truly think like one — a process that not only yields impressive score improvements, but also empowers students to develop long-lasting critical thinking habits.
In her spare time, Erika enjoys making the most of her tiny kitchen and scoping out new taco joints. She still hasn’t finished a single grad school application, but at this point, she’d much rather help you with yours!