| | |
Please select a school type.
    course finder
    We offer private tutoring, classroom, LiveOnline and online courses
    find free events
    We have practice tests, admissions seminars, strategy sessions, math bootcamps & much more.
    Ask an Educational Advisor
  • This offer has expired.

    Our instructor-led LiveOnline courses are the ideal choice for students who want the flexibility to prep anywhere, with the added benefit of learning and interacting with their peers.

    Class sessions take place in our state-of-the-art, interactive classroom, powered by Blackboard Collaborate™, the leading provider of virtual learning solutions in higher education. This advanced online technology allows for all the benefits of a traditional classroom while fostering collaborative learning.

    Savings extended until November 29!

    $300* OFF LSAT LiveOnline with promo code: HWS300

    LSAT LiveOnline: This course offers the same demanding and top-notch prep as our Hyperlearning course delivered in our real-time online classroom for maximum convenience.

    $150* OFF the course below with promo code: HWS150

    GRE LiveOnline: An ideal option for on-the-go students with busy schedules. This course delivers 24 hours of targeted prep by a GRE expert in our state-of-the-art online classroom.

    GMAT LiveOnline: Get ready for the GMAT with 27 hours of LiveOnline instruction focusing on content and test- taking skills. You'll have extra help with office hours 7 days a week, hone your skills with the most realistic GMAT practice tests and receive comprehensive prep for the Integrated Reasoning section.

    *The $300 discount is valid only on new enrollments between November 26-29, 2012 in LSAT LiveOnline. **The $150 discount is valid only on new enrollments between November 26-29, 2012 in GMAT and GRE LiveOnline courses. Discount cannot be combined with any other offer and is available to U.S. and Canada customers only. Test names are the trademarks of their respective owners, who are not affiliated with The Princeton Review. The Princeton Review is not affiliated with Princeton University.