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Corporate History

The Princeton Review is one of the world's leading test preparation companies. Every year, it helps millions of students navigate standardized tests and school admissions processes. This is accomplished via a comprehensive suite of test prep courses, books, software and web-based services.

The company was founded in 1981 when John Katzman prepared 15 students to take the Scholastic Aptitude Test ("SAT") in New York City. The program, which he dubbed "The Princeton Review", offered an intensive six-week preparation course featuring small classes, detailed computer analyses of test performances, and a systematic approach to achieving higher test scores. Today, The Princeton Review is represented by offices in over 41 states in the United States and 12 countries around the world. Although much has changed since then, the focus of the company remains the same: TPR will deliver a premier learning experience with guaranteed results through

     •  Small, personalized classes 
     •  Innovative material 
     •  Knowledgeable, dynamic instructors 
     •  Proven test-taking strategies 
     •  Technological tools

By combining cutting edge technology with the company's test expertise, The Princeton Review has led the way in developing new products and innovative ways of using online tools to help students raise their scores on standardized tests. Students can now take test preparation courses in the classroom, online, or they may mix and match these as their needs dictate.

For more information, check out The Princeton Review's U.S. website at: www.princetonreview.com.

 
 
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