The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review (TPR) is an American-based standardized test preparation and admissions consulting company. The Princeton Review operates in 41 states and 22 countries across the globe. It offers test preparation for standardized aptitude tests such as the SAT and advice regarding college admissions. Approximately 70% of the company's revenue comes from test preparation. The company was founded in 1981 by John Katzman, after graduating from Princeton University, and is based in Framingham, Massachusetts. It is not affiliated with Princeton University or the Educational Testing Service.

The Princeton Review Bookstore publishes various guides to colleges, including The Best 371 Colleges, the Complete Book of Colleges, the Parents' Guide to College Life, College Essays That Make a Difference, Guide to College Majors, and Guide to Colleges For Students With Learning Disabilities. It also publishes test preparation books for various exams. The Princeton Review website provides free advice and tools for college admissions. It also provides the rankings from The Best 371 Colleges, including "Top 20" lists in categories such as "Professors Get High Marks," "Happiest Students," "Party Schools," and "Dorms Like Dungeons." The admissions division also offers services to high school guidance departments and colleges.


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