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About The Princeton Review

Attaching a name like “Princeton” onto your company, one would naturally associate this with the Ivy League crowd. This company is actually part of The Match Group. After looking beyond the masthead, these fellows count 30 years of experience with assisting over 3.5 million students get into the college of their choice.

They instruct students to use a Process of Elimination (POE) system when it comes to utilizing speed and accuracy to score higher on their test scores. In preparing for these tests, with GMAT and GRE tutoring options, the prices and availability for these sessions is dependent upon one’s location, schedule and whether the sessions will be one-on-one or with small groups.

Basics

Their programs come in three different tiers for both GMAT and GRE courses, which include a “private” level with personal, one-on-one attention, an “ultimate” package with live and/or online instruction, practice tests and online office time to answer specific questions. The GMAT course also offers a “self-paced” program with practice resources, questions, videos, exams and personal feedback on the essay portion of the testing process.

The Princeton Review Cost and Contact Info

The prices on the packages described are as follows:

GMAT Semi-Private (in person, groups with a maximum of four students) starts at $1,699.

  • 27 hours live instruction, 10 computer adaptive exams and 30 hours of online office time

GMAT Ultimate starting at $999.

  • 27 hours of both online and in person instruction, 10 computer adaptive exams and 30 hours of office time.

GRE Semi-Private (in person, groups with a maximum of four students) starts at $1,599.

  • 24 hours of personalized, live instruction, 8 computer adaptive exams and 184 hours of online resources with drills, questions and videos.

GRE Ultimate In Person starting at $999.

  • 24 hours of in person, live instruction, 8 computer adaptive exams and 184 hours of online resources with drills, questions and videos.

GRE Ultimate Online starting at $799.

  • 24 hours of online, live instruction, 8 computer adaptive exams and 184 hours of online resources with drills, questions and videos.

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Reviews Statistic

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77 reviews for The Princeton Review Overview

  1. 5 out of 5
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    The Princeton Review was extremely helpful in my preparation for the GMAT. The book is organized very effectively, from teaching you what to expect on exam day logistically to giving you plenty of practice questions. Most importantly, you get to do two practice exams that are very similar to the actual test center experience. That was probably the most helpful component of my exam preparation.

    Furthermore, this book made it easy for me to organize my study plans and focus on what I needed help with the most. Given that I had not done some of the math on the exam for ten years, that was my biggest hurdle. The Princeton Review laid out formulas, including which ones you need to know and which ones you don’t, and plenty of drills to get you comfortable with the questions.

    I was able to score a 690 on my exam, exceeding my personal goal, so I really had a good experience with this test prep.

    • Business School Attended / Year Graduated: University of Georgia / 2019 (Expected)
    • Your MBA Application Advice*: Be honest with yourself about your goals in getting your MBA. This action will help inform what kind of school you want to attend and the tuition you're willing to pay for it. On a micro level, it will also make it easier for you to write your application essay and ask for recommendations.
  2. 5 out of 5
    Rated 5 out of 5

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    Princeton Review did a phenomenal job preparing me for the GMAT exam. I was super confident going in to take the exam. I highly recommend Princeton Review if you want to get a good score on your GMAT exam. The practice tests gives you a good idea of what to expect when you go take the test. Princeton Review has a name that speaks for itself and is not as mystery as to why. There the best, hands down.

    • Business School Attended / Year Graduated: St. Johns University, class of 2019
    • Your MBA Application Advice*: Going to business school and pursuing and MBA is one of the most rewarding choices you can make in your life. The key is choosing the right MBA program that fits your needs and goals. Take your time choosing the right MBA program for you. Ask lots of questions and go visit the schools you are considering.
  3. 4 out of 5
    Rated 4 out of 5

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    I recommend taking the GMAT more than once. The first time provides a good baseline and focus points.

    • Business School Attended / Year Graduated: Texas A&M / 2019
    • Your MBA Application Advice*: I recommend starting the essays at least three months in advance. Write the first draft and then come back to it in a month with fresh eyes and a new perspective. There are always areas for improvement.
  4. 4 out of 5
    Rated 4 out of 5

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    So I used the book and the 2 free online tests that were included in the book. I also used the GMAT’s site tests as well. The Princeton Review was awesome! It really helped me tackle the Data Sufficiency problems in the Quantitative Section. I should have taken all the free tests available, I probably read more than I should have. And should have just been taking the test over and over again. But the book is a great resource, super smart people who wrote it. Basically the P.R. puts you in the mindset of the test writer and allows you to have hacks of completing the test. My best advice and where I messed up was the test day, I took the Essay and Integrative reasoning first(don’t do that). I really should have taken the Quantitative and Verbal first. By the time I got to them, I was drained mentally, even with the quick 8-minute break I got in between. Not gonna take the GMAT again, cause my school has already accepted my scores, but I could have done a lot better if I took more of the practice tests and did Quantitative and Verbal first. Best of luck to you!

    • Business School Attended / Year Graduated: Texas A&M- Commerce / 2019
    • Your MBA Application Advice*: Fortunately the school I have been accepted into is not super competitive, cause I got in. Obviously if I applied to a harder school, my work experience would be a big consideration, the organizations I belonged to, my undergrad GPA, and ofcourse the GMAT score, would have all been taken into consideration. My advice, do really well on the GMAT.
  5. 4 out of 5
    Rated 4 out of 5

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    princeton was a great tool for me. I didn’t have much time to prepare and princeton review does a great job of getting to the point

    • Business School Attended / Year Graduated: Rice/2019
    • Your MBA Application Advice*: Start early, be diligent and thorough
  6. 2 out of 5
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    It was the most unhelpful class.

    • Business School Attended / Year Graduated: University of Michigan/2019
    • Your MBA Application Advice*: N/a
  7. 4 out of 5
    Rated 4 out of 5

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    princeton review was great – i found that the practice tests were more challenging than the actual gmat, so was over-prepared, which was good

    • Business School Attended / Year Graduated: Stanford GSB 2018

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