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David Newland
Works at Veritas Prep
Attended University of Michigan
Lives in Brownington, VT
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March is a hot time for the GMAT with application deadlines looming -- But it is a cold time in Vermont where we have been below freezing since early November!
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GMAT (and LSAT) instructor, tutor and author
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  • Veritas Prep
    Instructor, 2006 - present
  • National Park Service - Isle Royale National Park
    Environmental Compliance Specialist, 2003 - 2006
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Brownington, VT
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"Improve your GMAT score, Improve your life"
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Veritas Prep GMAT instructor, tutor, and author located in Vermont, USA. 

My current research is all about how habits and lifestyle can impact the ability to learn. In particular I am focusing on sleep, exercise, nutrition, and especially mindfulness (which is really the ability to focus and to live in the moment).

My other articles all about making the key concepts of the GMAT more approachable.
 
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Veritas Prep Worldwide Instructor of the Year for 2008, Contributing Writer to the Veritas Prep Course Materials
Education
  • University of Michigan
    Law
  • Truman State University
    Master of Education
  • Truman State University
    Master of Arts in History
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We have traveled around Vermont and New England and we are always glad to come back home, because there is no place like this anywhere. Other Co-ops often have a small cafe with a few healthy items that are hit-or-miss. Montgomery's Cafe is all hits and no misses. The salad bar is innovative and fresh. The food on the Hot Bar is accurately described as "cuisine" since the menu items are chosen and prepared by chefs. The Sandwiches are great but I rarely get to order one since some soup, hot dish, and of course, salad, always seems to catch my eye. I will list a few menu items to consider: The world-famous local "beefalo chili," the "to-die-for" turkey-apricot meatloaf (on Thursdays!), the various vegetarian Tempeh options (usually with an Asian flavor), the turkey salad and curried chicken salad on the salad bar, any of the hearty soups, the many gluten-free options, the quiche!, the breakfast burrito, I could go on... The food store section is very nice with lots of healthy options. The basement section recently opened with great bulk items and a wine cellar. The local Vermont cheeses (stocked near the produce section) are incredible. Every Christmas someone gets me a gift certificate to Newport Natural and I use it in the store or the cafe or both. It is my favorite present every year.
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