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The Princeton Review Overview

New York, NY
1001 to 5000 employees
1981
Company - Private
Education Training Services
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors

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The Princeton Review Reviews

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    Former Employee - Instructor in Atlanta, GA
    Former Employee - Instructor in Atlanta, GA
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    I worked at The Princeton Review part-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    Flexible schedule, competitive pay, great management

    Cons

    Requires knowledge of the content- not a job anyone can do

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The Princeton Review Interviews

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    Business Development Manager Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Declined Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at The Princeton Review.

    Interview

    Extremely curt and unprofessional.
    If the HR Rep did not pick the scheduling, I feel for them and they should have voiced an idea/ideas for the phone screening format. If the HR contact did choose the format, than that is their opportunity to learn to speak up as I could immediately sense stress/hurriedness in their voice.
    The phone screen was 15 minutes and 2 times during the conversation I was told something to the effect that "I have back, to back, to back appointments."
     As a sales professional, I understand that everyone's time is scarce, but I sincerely felt that their HR/Recruiting is a 'check the box' organization. If you're newer to sales and would like to work on your "elevator pitch" than I'd recommend accepting the phone screen to help your skills and perhaps it will lead to a sales role.
    Otherwise, I'd say this organization is a "pass"

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The Princeton Review Awards & Accolades

  • Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts, The Globe Magazine & The Commonwealth Institute, 2013
  • Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts, The Globe Magazine & The Commonwealth Institute, 2012

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