Headquarters Natick, MA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1981
Type Company - Private
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year

The Princeton Review is a leading test preparation and college admission services company. Every year it helps millions of college- and graduate school-bound students achieve their education and career goals through its test preparation, tutoring, and admissions services, its online resources, and its more than 150 print and digital books published by Random House LLC. The... More

Mission: We believe all students should have the opportunity to go to their best fit college or grad school. No matter where they start, our mission is to get them there.

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About The Princeton Review

Founded in 1981, The Princeton Review has long been a leader in helping college and graduate school–bound students achieve their higher-education goals through our test-preparation services, tutoring and admissions resources, as well as through online courses and resources and print and digital books. We deliver our programs via a network of more than 5,000 teachers and tutors in the U.S., Canada and international franchises. We also partner with schools and guidance counselors worldwide to help provide students with college-readiness, test-preparation and career-planning services.

Our Products and Services

We offer test preparation programs for all the major admissions exams, including the SAT®, ACT®, SAT Subject Tests, AP® Exams, MCAT®, LSAT®, GMAT®, GRE®, DAT® and OAT®. Our flexible course options and tutoring programs are designed to fit students' schedules, learning styles and academic goals. Princeton Review teachers are simply smarter, more dedicated and better trained. We have the most rigorous and predictive practice tests, and our programs are uniquely engineered to produce higher scores.

The Princeton Review's line of 150+ books -- all published by Random House, Inc. -- includes more than 75 test-prep guides, 16 books on colleges and graduate schools, and 25 study aid books. Among the most popular: Cracking the SAT (the only test-prep guide ever to be a New York Times bestseller), Word Smart (of which more than 3.5 million copies have been sold), and The Best 377 Colleges(known for its 62 categories of college rankings).

Our website, PrincetonReview.com, is the ultimate resource for college research and admissions advice. With school rankings and profiles, financial aid and scholarship information, insiders' admissions advice, planning tools and more, this unique hub is specifically designed to help students find and get into their best-fit schools.

Our Results

We are the undisputed test-preparation and admissions experts, and our results speak for themselves. Last year, The Princeton Review helped 3.5 million students realize their college dreams with outstanding results.

Over 4 out of 5 Princeton Review graduates are accepted into at least one of their top-choice schools.*

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Pros: - Training really prepares you for the job
- The pay for tutoring hours is quite high (almost $20/hr)
- If you enjoy working with students individually, it's a great option to compliment a full-time job.
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No Offer – Interviewed in Jul 2014 Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Interview Details – Territory manager was friendly, energetic, and straightforward. For the interview, i was asked to prepare a 5 minute teachback on any non-academic subject. Afterward, I took a shortened SAT exam. Office was small and casual. I can tell that they are looking for instructors who can make the SAT…Full Interview

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Princeton Review Awards & Accolades

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Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts, The Globe Magazine & The Commonwealth Institute, 2012

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