So after studying about 30 hours a week for the last two weeks I have noticed no increase (possibly even a decrease) in my quant skills from studying the veritas prep
books and going to class.
On the suggestion of you guys I have ordered the MGMAT Quant books along with the OG Quant
review. these books are far better than the veritas
ones and after one day of studying from them I can see the difference.
However I am now 67 days away from my GMAT appointment and have a lot of ground to cover. So myself and a fellow veritas
student met with a private tutor today and after a 2 hour discussion we are nearly certain we are going to drop the veritas
class and simply go with the semi-private tutor for two 2 hour sessions per week for the next 9 weeks.
Coincidentally 20 sessions with him is going to be cheaper than the entire veritas
program. which has 1 teacher to 17 students, mean while semi private tutoring is 1 teacher to 2 students and the lessons will be taylored directly to each of our problem area's. I feel this will be best for me as right now in the quant lessons at veritas
it is going by too fast for me to grasp and the entire veritas
program is design around the false assumption of its students having a strong fundamental math knowledge... which I don't have.
I know its a fairly sudden change in strategy this close to the test, however veritas
was not teaching me what I needed to learn in a way that was going to help so a new approach was needed