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PSAT Scores…Now What?
These free workshops are designed to help students and parents make sense of PSAT scores and jump-start the college admissions process. Topics covered include: how the PSAT correlates to the SAT and ACT, the next steps in the college admissions process, the ideal SAT and/or ACT testing timeline.
Strategy Sessions
Strategy Sessions offer a general overview of the tests, and the role they play in admissions. We'll also teach you test-taking strategies, give you access to tools to help you research colleges and financial aid options, and much more.
Practice Tests
How will you score? Find out by taking a full-length practice test given under the same testing conditions as the actual exams. You'll learn about the endurance and skill needed to score high on your test, and you'll get a personalized score report that shows your strengths and weaknesses.
Free Classes
Our free classes are a great way to figure out if a Princeton Review course is for you. You'll go through sample problems with one of our expert instructors, and see how the course can help you prepare now and score higher later.
Admissions Seminars
In this free seminar, we'll share our in-depth knowledge of the tests and demystify the admissions process. At the end of the session, you'll know how to put together an application that will impress any admissions committee.
Parent Info Session
This seminar informs parents about the college entrance tests (PSAT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests, and the ACT) and the college admissions process. Learn the most recent news about standardized testing, critical factors in college admissions, and how to help your child prepare.
Math Bootcamps
Refresh you math skills at our GRE & GMAT Math Bootcamps. We'll do a quick review of the basic math concepts tested on the GRE and GMAT, show you how to approach problems and review math fundamentals.