I know this question has been answered many times...

inthefuture
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I know this question has been answered many times...

Postby inthefuture » Sat Apr 10, 2010 4:42 pm

But very briefly (for your sake), can someone tell me the differences among the top prep classes? Kaplan, Princeton Review, Powerscore, etc etc.

tomwatts
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Re: I know this question has been answered many times...

Postby tomwatts » Sat Apr 10, 2010 6:44 pm

Price, real score requirements for teachers, availability in various areas, schedules, some methodology (though not as much as you'd think), class size, availability of instructors for extra help vs. phone-in help line, online options... these are what come to mind. There's probably more.

Don't trust any test prep company's website to describe a competitor accurately. I teach for Princeton Review and am shocked at the way that some other companies have misrepresented facts about us in the past. You actually have to check up on each company separately.

If you want to know anything about Princeton Review, I can give you the run down, but we have a lot of options, so it would be worth knowing what you're considering.




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