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Veritas - too short? [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2009, 09:47
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Hi everyone.

Although I feel comfortable with the verbal portion of GMAT, math still makes me nervous. With that in mind, I will probably enroll in a quant prep-course. One option is Veritas. Overall, this company gets positive reviews. However, the only quant course available in my my city lasts two days!

To be honest, this doesn't sound long enough. And it doesn't seem possible to absorb all the study material on a 9:30AM - 7:30PM schedule. Should I even consider this as a realistic option?

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Re: Veritas - too short? [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2009, 10:40
Personally I cannot learn anything in a crash course, I prefer something over a period of 2 or 3 weeks so that they allow me to digest the stuff they teach me.

try out the quant only portion of gmaxonline.com ... gmatclub has reviewed it and its supposed to be good
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Re: Veritas - too short? [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2009, 10:46
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bmillan01 wrote:
Although I feel comfortable with the verbal portion of GMAT, math still makes me nervous. With that in mind, I will probably enroll in a quant prep-course. One option is Veritas. Overall, this company gets positive reviews. However, the only quant course available in my my city lasts two days!


Hi! I actually work for Veritas Prep, and I can tell you that our Quant Focus students have very good success with the program. More than anything, it all comes down to you: If you feel that you can stay focused through the two days, and if you think you have the discipline to do the work outside the classroom that's necessary for you to reinforce everything you learned, then you should also find the course to be very effective.

For all of our courses, if you aren't happy with your GMAT score or feel that you didn't quite absorb it all, you can retake the course within six months, free of charge. No questions asked and no need to prove that you did all the work the first time... Just call us up and ask to be added to the next course running in your city.

You also have access to our lessons online for six months, giving you another way to review the material again if it went too quickly the first time'.

PM me if you have more questions!

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Re: Veritas - too short? [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2009, 11:28
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Also, here is a collection of reviews of all Prep Courses: gmat-prep-courses-classes-reviews-ratings-and-comparison-78451.html

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Re: Veritas - too short? [#permalink] New post 03 Oct 2009, 12:46
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Wow, very prompt and helpful info! Thanks everyone.

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