About The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review offers tutoring services for college admissions; grad school, law school, business and medical school entrance exam preparation and guidance. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Framingham, Massachusetts. Today, students can prepare for a variety of high school, college and grad school exams; they offer SAT, ACT, AP, TOEFL, PSAT, SHSAT, MCAT, GRE, GMAT, CFA, LSAT, USMLE, and more tests. The academy covers a wide variety of subjects, including Math, Science, English, and Social Studies; the students get personalized, innovative, with real-time and adaptive online practice tests, as well as personalized, one-on-one tutoring for special needs, along with videos, advice articles and webinars - the students have an endless resource to prepare, find the right school and college and degree for them, and shine bright in their future academic endeavors. Students need to register online for test preparations.
The Princeton review doesn’t specify a price-match guarantee.
The student will be refunded the test preparation fee, if they do not score and achieve the guaranteed test sore.
The Princeton Review doesn’t specify a loyalty program. Customers will have to register an account to start using paid resources; students can choose from essentials, to private tutoring packages, and study material is available online and lectures are available in person, too. If the student isn’t satisfied with their score, they can repeat the program, once for free.
Seasonal sales, discount coupons and promo codes are advertised on the official website.
The Princeton Review doesn’t specify qualified customer discounts.
The company doesn’t specify a trade-in policy.
The Princeton Review doesn’t offer a credit card to its customers.