SAT Online or Classroom Courses
The Princeton Review offers test preparation for a number of standardized tests that help you get into college, like the PSAT, ACT, SAT, and AP exams, and into graduate school like the LSAT, GRE, GMAT, and other tests. The company was founded in 1981 by John Katzman, a graduate of Princeton University and typically employs instructors that are familiar to the test they're instructing: enrolled undergraduates often teach the ACT and SAT courses and most of the graduate test teachers are graduate students headed toward their Masters or Doctorate degrees.
The training experience of Princeton Review is one of the best in the industry and they offer three levels of guarantees:
• Readiness Guarantee: If at the end of our course, you do not feel ready to take the test for which you are preparing, you may repeat the course you have just completed or, if available, take a refresher course.
• Satisfaction Guarantee: If at the end of our program, you are not satisfied, regardless of how much your score improves, you may continue to work with them for up to a year.
• Money Back Guarantee: If, after taking their program, your score doesn't improve, you may receive a tuition refund.
Please note that The Princeton Review's Guarantees apply to their Private Tutoring and Small Group Instruction programs, and selected classroom and online courses listed on their website.
• Private SAT Tutoring: Work one-on-one with your own instructor who will design a prep plan targeted to your specific needs. This training format is flexible, completely custom and convenient and the tutor will keep you motivated and help you to focus on achieving your best score.
• Small Group Tutoring: This program consists of 24 hours of live instruction and 4 practice tests, which adds up to 40 hours total prep. This choice is recommended if you are looking for tailored instruction and individual attention, or if you want to prep with friends. You should choose private tutoring instead of this choice, if sitting in a classroom with others distract you.
• SAT Ultimate: This program consists of 30 hours of live instruction, 4 practice tests, and 46 hours total SAT preparation. It comes with extensive additional online practice tools and exclusive Princeton Review test-taking strategies.
• SAT Classroom Courses: Learn in a larger setting with an instructor and set hours. This training choice is recommended for students that are self-motivated, are willing to work on their own outside of class and want to focus more on strategy and not so much on content.
• SAT LiveOnline Courses: Recommended for students that need the flexibility of online prep and are willing to work extensively outside of class.
• SAT Online: Work at your own pace with customizable, interactive classrooms, tutoring, and tests. This choice consists of 20-30 hours of highly interactive, self-paced online test prep lessons and 3 full-length practice tests and online drills.