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The Princeton Review GRE Review

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The Princeton Review GRE Review [#permalink] New post 28 May 2014, 01:57
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The Good



On-site, online, and on-demand courses:


On-site and live online prep courses include 24 hours of live instruction, in addition to 184 hours of online video lessons, drills, and other course content. On-site courses are available in cities across 25 states, while live online courses are available to students around the world. The Princeton Review on-demand, self-paced course provides full access to the 184 hours of online content made available to live-course students. As a self-paced student, you only miss out on the live instruction component of the standard GRE prep course.

Abundant practice tests and study resources:


As a Princeton Review student, you get access to eight full-length practice tests with follow-up diagnostic reports to help you identify your main areas of weakness and to track your progress through the length of the course. If you're a student in an on-site or live online course, you also get the chance to review practice test results one-on-one with your instructor, a great opportunity to get to the bottom of your biggest GRE challenges. In addition to the practice tests, you also get access to a variety of online resources, including content drilling tools and a full on-demand video archive of the Princeton Review GRE prep course.

Missing a quiz bank:
Other top companies in the industry, such as TestMasters and Kaplan, provide access to thousands of practice questions online. These questions are typically stored in quiz banks that enable you to select the specific types of questions you want to work on at any given moment. Although The Princeton Review offers eight practice GRE tests, which is twice as many as some other top GRE prep companies, introducing a good online quiz bank would add a lot of value for many students.

Flexible tutoring options:


Princeton Review tutors are available online and in cities across the country. Choose a comprehensive, 18-hour tutoring package if you're interested in covering all aspects of the GRE test. This package can serve as a replacement for a standard course or as a complement to a standard course, depending on your personal study needs. If you want more flexibility in how much tutoring time you use, the pay-as-you-go tutoring plan is just what you need. This plan requires a minimum commitment of only three hours. Add additional hours whenever you feel you need the extra help.

Full satisfaction guarantee:


As a Princeton Review on-site or online student, you are entitled to repeat your course for any reason at no extra charge. If you don't feel fully prepared after your first course attempt, re-enroll immediately. If you take the GRE after completing a course and you're unhappy with your score, re-enroll in your course to get more training for free. In order to take advantage of this guarantee, you must attend all course sessions, complete all homework assignments, and finish all assigned practice tests during your initial course attempt. To exercise your right to a free course, you must take advantage of the opportunity within certain time limits.

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Missing a quiz bank:


Other top companies in the industry, such as TestMasters and Kaplan, provide access to thousands of practice questions online. These questions are typically stored in quiz banks that enable you to select the specific types of questions you want to work on at any given moment. Although The Princeton Review offers eight practice GRE tests, which is twice as many as some other top GRE prep companies, introducing a good online quiz bank would add a lot of value for many students.

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Re: The Princeton Review GRE Review [#permalink] New post 30 Jul 2015, 03:16
Hello! What courses could you recommend for GRE prep except The Princeton Review?
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