The Princeton Review is a college admission services company offering test preparation services, tutoring and admissions resources, online courses, and books published by Random House. The company has more than 4,000 teachers and tutors in the United States and Canada and international franchises in 14 other countries. The company is headquartered in Natick, Massachusetts, and is privately held. It is not associated with Princeton University.

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  • NBC "TODAY": The Princeton Review reveals The Best 382 Colleges 2018 Edition
    Princeton Review editor-in-chief Robert Franek visited the TODAY Show studios to discuss the release of "The Best 382 Colleges" and its 2018 college rankings. "What I tell the students is that there is a best-fit college out there for everybody," Franek told Al Roker. "Academically, campus culture, great campus food, great financial aid as well."
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  • NY1: Ways a College Can Help Your Child Get a Head Start When They Graduate
    Sending a child to college is an increasingly expensive proposition, and more families are looking for schools that will help their child prepare for the years after graduation. Rob Franek, editor-in-chief of the Princeton Review and author of the "Colleges That Pay You Back," took NY1 parenting correspondent Shelley Goldberg on a tour of two schools that do just that.
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  • NBC "TODAY": Top schools in the country that pay you back
    From public to private, Robert Franek from the Princeton Review reveals schools that provide the greatest return on investment. Among the top picks: Princeton, Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvey Mudd College and California Institute of Technology.
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  • Teen Kids News: Your College Interview
    The Princeton Review’s own Rob Franek speaks directly about how to make the most of your college interview and savvy tactics on researching and finding best-fit colleges.
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  • Self-Paced Test Prep for MCAT Students
    You know you have the brains and the determination to beat the MCAT, but what if finding time to prep is an issue? Get the comprehensive prep you need on your schedule with The Princeton Review's MCAT Self-Paced Study. With 508+ hours of self-directed coaching and 13 full-length practice tests, you can prepare whenever and wherever you want.
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  • Self-Paced Test Prep Courses for High School Students
    The Princeton Review's self-paced course was created with a busy student like you in mind. Designed by a team of test-prep experts, SAT/ACT Self-Paced Study delivers comprehensive prep and exclusive test-taking strategies. Our new video-based program will keep you entertained as you prep for the SAT/ACT. The content is all powered by a recommendation engine, designed to help you target your areas ...
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  • NBC "TODAY" - Best colleges for financial aid, quality of life, more
    As students head back to campus, Robert Franek of The Princeton Review joins TODAY to share the top colleges in four categories, based on surveys of over 140,000 students. For best career services, the top-rated school is Bentley University; for financial aid, Vassar; the best food is at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst; and for quality of life, it’s Virginia Tech (news celebrated by a f...
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  • Rob Franek on The Princeton Review’s 2017 college rankings
    The Best 381 Colleges 2016 Edition, available now from The Princeton Review. We ask over 140,000 students at colleges across the U.S. to find out which schools have the best professors, dorms, food, financial aid packages and much, much more. Students rate their schools in 62 categories to help you find the best college for you.
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  • PIX11 - College Hopes & Worries
    ‘The Princeton Review’ Editor-in-chief Rob Franek on the top rated public schools in New York, colleges with the top return on your investment, and New York's free tuition plan.
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  • NY1: Ways a College Can Help Your Child Get a Head Start When They Graduate
    Sending a child to college is an increasingly expensive proposition, and more families are looking for schools that will help their child prepare for the years after graduation. Rob Franek, editor-in-chief of the Princeton Review and author of the "Colleges That Pay You Back," took NY1 parenting correspondent Shelley Goldberg on a tour of two schools that do just that.
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  • NBC "TODAY": Top schools in the country that pay you back
    From public to private, Robert Franek from the Princeton Review reveals schools that provide the greatest return on investment. Among the top picks: Princeton, Stanford, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvey Mudd College and California Institute of Technology.
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  • Self-Paced Test Prep for MCAT Students
    You know you have the brains and the determination to beat the MCAT, but what if finding time to prep is an issue? Get the comprehensive prep you need on your schedule with The Princeton Review's MCAT Self-Paced Study. With 508+ hours of self-directed coaching and 13 full-length practice tests, you can prepare whenever and wherever you want.
  • Self-Paced Test Prep Courses for High School Students
    The Princeton Review's self-paced course was created with a busy student like you in mind. Designed by a team of test-prep experts, SAT/ACT Self-Paced Study delivers comprehensive prep and exclusive test-taking strategies. Our new video-based program will keep you entertained as you prep for the SAT/ACT. The content is all powered by a recommendation engine, designed to help you target your areas ...
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