I recently completed a GMAT prep class via Veritas Prep
; was thoroughly impressed with the course; most significantly, the instructor (Ravi Sreerama). I am an entrepreneur with a background in film finance/production. I am choosing to obtain an M.B.A. in order to further enhance various administrative skills; of which are applicable in the building/development of various ventures that I manage/operate. I am also in the process of obtaining a JD (my skill set is currently more aligned with critical reasoning and reading comprehension attributes). Simultaneously, I am working on my ability to enhance my capacity; essentially grow my quantitative analysis score.
The course was broken down into twelve sections; over the span of six weeks. Additionally, there is approximately an even amount of time that is dedicated to both the various verbal and quantitative sections. If you choose an "in person" class setting, there is an extensive level of material that is available online (previously recorded courses, skill builders, practice exams, etc.).
Our instructor (Ravi), was likely the best teacher I have ever had with regards to preparing for a standardized test. Clearly, his affinity pertaining to this matter relates to his connection to the overall material. Previously being an attorney in the state of California, he obviously has the requisite experience that is involved in passing the state bar exam, amongst other competitive requirements. He also attended the Anderson school of business at UCLA (public ivy), of which is one of the most competitive schools in the nation; he scored within the 99th percentile on both the verbal and quantitative sections.
It is said that in order to truly master a subject, you have to seek out and learn from the best in a given field. Without a doubt, Ravi is exceptionally brilliant; a transformational teacher.
I feel very well prepared for the GMAT due to the extensive training from Veritas Prep
. However, I want to be clear that you absolutely need to put in the work outside of class, in order to truly perfect your skills; earn the highest yield on your potential. Very highly recommended.