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The Princeton Review

The Princeton Review is a massive multinational educational conglomerate that assisted more than 1.6 million students in 2017. It has offices in the majority of US states and maintains offices in 17 countries, primarily wealthy nations in Asia and the Middle East.  In addition to college consulting, its core business is college rankings, advice, applying to college assistance, and financial aid assistance. 

About Company

The Princeton Review is a well-known brand in the international educational sector, allowing it to attract millions of clients globally. It has several robust businesses and core competencies that allow it to gain credibility worldwide and diversify its operations. Interestingly, it is controlled by Primavera Holdings Limited, a firm owned by Chinese nationals with a principal place of business in Hong Kong, China. This represents the firm's strong pivot toward the Asia region, a key market in the global educational sector. It offers college prep programs in SAT, ACT, PSAT, AP Tests, and SAT subject tests. It also offers assistance in test prep for graduate tests, including the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, DAT, and OAT. They also offer homework help to all age groups in a variety of academic subjects. They offer tested curriculums, books, materials, and online resources that can help in admissions, test-taking, and academic performance. Moreover, they also offer assistance in obtaining professional licenses, such as CPA, CFA, CMA, CISA, and USMLE. Hence, there are very few firms that can offer the majority of services.

The Princeton Review Score

A Review of The Princeton Review

Princeton Review receives a 4 in web presence (third-page Google organic search result). It receives a 5 in reputation with 1765 verified third-party reviews. It receives a 2 in results with no known information about outcomes. It receives a 0 in team quality with no former admissions officers. It receives a 5 in team size with 61 college admissions consultants. It receives a score of 0 in combined intuitional knowledge with zero industry-specific experience. It receives a 5 as an educational influencer with 19,280 Twitter followers and 37,500 YouTube subscribers. Overall, it receives an average score of 3 across all categories.

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