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Instructor Brian Galvin
I enrolled myself for Veritas prep nline course almost an year back. The web interface is hihly organized and the problem sets are available both on the internet and in printed form. The skill builder lessons build up the base in short span of time. The Quants portion is very detailed and very thorough. There are few trap questions that will open your eyes and teach you what to expect from the test makers.
Verbal course is a equally appreciable. Each and every topic of SC has been covered with a detailed insight on the rules.
RC is extremely good. Their techniques are sound and flaw-proof.
CR is could have been better. They userd lot of LSAT question and i don't prefer that idea of theirs. i would say CR could have been better.
The bouqet of goodness continues with 10 CATs and few other added benefits.
Overall the course is totally worth the money. This course along with official guides can guide any1 to 700+ score.
I joined e-gmat around 10 days back. Since then i am a huge fan of the e-gmat family. The course structure is segregated in such a way that one can cover all the required concepts one needs to apply on a gmat question.
SC as reviewed by everyone else is out of the world. The concepts are designed in a such a way that a noob can also crack the gmat SC after going through their module.
CR- their idea of pre-thinking is a superhit. I am still going through the CR module and till now i am quite impressed with the flow.
RC - I am yet to start their RC module.
This review is for Terry
Class of 2018
1st Semester - the best and the worst. The coursework is designed to be very hectic. A lot of classes, quizzes, job applications, career fairs will not leave you wit anytime. The best part is that everything is still very new and still exciting. You always wanted to be in the B-school and now that your sitting inside the class takes sometime to settle in. Of course new peers, soaking a lot of cultural shocks, learning from the diversity. Overall, i still laugh when i recall those memories.
2nd - career management started reaching out to every single company i wanted to work with. Every other day They would give me a contact or try to set up an interview with an alum. Few weeks into 2nd sem i landed up with an internship.
3rd - converted my internship at Silicon Valley but i was still looking for a more marketing and Brand oriented role. My professor, who was a senior director at a healthcare company helped me with few contacts and eventually that got converted into a fulltime offer over a few weeks time. I am stting in my office right now and my super cool boss doesn’t give me freaky looks when he noticed i am writing a comment on Gmatclub. He went to Tepper !!
4th - time to give back!! Helped mentoring the juniors and incoming class. Worked riorously with the admission committee to bring in more companies , expand our wings. Helped few of those classmates who were still seeking. And of course a lot of fun and party, afterall i earned it!!
Terry MBa is quite flexible in choosing courses that are offered in the university as long as you know why you need to be in that class.
I personally took some statistics courses that were not included just to understand nuances of the Retail industry from Analytics perspective.
Overall, Terry is super duper flexible when it comes to choosing curriculum. Albeit there are few mandatory courses and you gotta earn credits on those.
Terry has an extremely strong hold on the Southern market and almost every top company from South hires from Terry. A lot of alums can be found in Marketing/Finance. Retail/CPG are thos two main pillars
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