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Chad Casarotto has a master’s degree in mathematics education as well as undergraduate degrees in mathematics and statistics from The University of Chicago. He earned a perfect GRE math score and has been tutoring GMAT and GRE since 2015. He currently serves as the Director of Content and Quant Lead for Bloomberg Prep’s GMAT course.
Dr. Johnson teaches courses in economics, finance, and mathematics at universities in the U.S. and Europe, at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Aaron earned his Ph.D. and M.A. in Economics at the Walton College of Business, served as an MBA program director, and as a non-profit finance director. His research interests are focused in development economics, specifically microlending and poverty alleviation efforts, with working papers also in ODA and family economics.
Jake is a senior instructor with Bloomberg Prep and teaches all sections and question types on the GMAT. Starting his test prep career with Kaplan, he has been involved in the industry for close to 16 years and has helped over 3,000 students raise their scores and meet their graduate business program goals.
Dr. Arugaslan is Professor of Finance and Commercial Law at Western Michigan University’s Haworth College of Business in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Onur holds a Ph.D. in Finance from the University of Texas at Dallas. He has extensive experience teaching a variety of finance courses — concentrating in personal financial planning, corporate finance, and financial strategy. He has been recognized for his award-winning research on many financial topics and has published numerous articles.
Sam is a Quant tutor for the GMAT and GRE. He graduated in 2007 from Wesleyan University with degrees in math and music and has been tutoring math for about five years. Sam likes to explain a concept and walk through a problem or two before letting the student take the lead with similar problems. Sam is getting a PhD in music composition at the University of Georgia.
Kasia is a Verbal Senior Instructor and will help anyone out of a critical reasoning jam with her lucid logical analyses of difficult word problems! She has over 15 years of experience preparing test-takers for the GMAT and 20 years of experience with standardized tests such IELTS, TOEFL and Cambridge exams. She has a Master’s Degree in English Philology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics. Kasia loves learning foreign languages and is very keen on brain-teasers (especially the ones that require logical thinking).
Bloomberg GMAT tutor was exactly what I needed in an online prep course. There is lots of flexibility in the course, from the order in which you tackle topics (given those topics don’t have prerequisite material) to the speed at which you advance through lessons. I didn’t want to do a course with videos, because some lessons I knew would take me longer to learn, while others I already knew and wanted to skip through. It gave me this freedom with clickable, interactive lessons and the ability to “ask a tutor” anytime I wanted extra explanation.
“I just want to say that I am thankful to have Bloomberg Exam Prep for my Level I; it’s saving my life right now. I did a section in Bloomberg Prep and redid the section in the CFAI material because I thought Bloomberg Prep wasn’t as comprehensive. I found that Bloomberg Prep not only covered everything in the CFAI material, but made it much more engaging. There’s nothing out there that compares… keep up the good work!”
I researched a lot of other prep programs before choosing
and I ultimately chose
Bloomberg based on the interactive and engaging lesson format and the ability to reach live,
human help when I had questions. I am generally a pretty nervous test-taker,
but Bloomberg gave me enough tips and tricks to feel really confident testing.
In all, this course was exactly what I needed, and it helped me improve my score so that I hit the 99th percentile in just a few months. It offers a ton of flexibility and I would recommend it to all!
“I’m truly enjoying the organization of the material and think this is a wonderful program. You’ve all certainly done a wonderful job at raising the bar for CFA® exam prep materials, and the ability to try the program for 14 days before committing is the absolute best I’ve seen. Hats off to Bloomberg!”
After taking a Manhattan Prep class and still not hitting my target score, I decided to give Bloomberg GMAT a try. I can now say it was the best decision. If you are taking the GMAT soon, I recommend you spend money on this program - it is worth it! They have a score increase guarantee, so it is really a no-brainer. My favorite aspects of the Bloomberg were that the program is self-paced and that they focus a lot on strategies to reach the right answer. It was also really nice not having to take books everywhere.
“Bloomberg Prep is a new way to learn methodical straight forward learning outcomes of the CFA® Level I exam in a very time efficient way. The proactive learning is like a one to one conversation with a professor. Thanks to the well-structured micro lessons, I am able to get deeper and deeper into the topics. This works very well for me.”
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