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  • PSAT Classroom Courses

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    Benefit from 9 hours of live instruction combined with in-class homework and practice test review. We'll go over the exam's format, teach you our exclusive test-taking strategies and sharpen your pacing skills with 2 full-length, proctored PSATs.

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    Course features:

    • 9 hours of in-person instruction
    • 2 full-length, proctored practice PSATs
    • In-class test and homework review
    • Access to our PSAT Self-Paced course
    • Post-course, brush-up session before test day
    • Money-back guarantee*

    Access to online content begins 10 days prior to the course start and lasts 120 days.

    Learn face-to-face with a Princeton Review expert in a classroom setting. You'll benefit from the discipline and accountability of the traditional classroom experience, while learning and interacting with your peers.

    Structured prep
    You'll work on your test-taking skills with a talented instructor who will keep you motivated, focused and on task.

    Face-to-face interaction
    Your teacher will provide feedback and illustrate challenging material with interesting and highly effective lessons.

    Engaging lessons
    You'll prepare alongside other students in a dynamic group with lively discussions and collaborative drills.

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    One dedicated Princeton Review expert, a maximum of 4 students per class and highly effective instruction tailored to meet your needs.

    Individualized attention
    Get extensive personal feedback based on your strengths and weaknesses.

    Your own action plan
    Thrive in a learning environment with a high level of student—teacher interaction.

    Customized schedules
    Want to study with friends or classmates? Make your own small-group course to prep at the most convenient time and place for you.

    Click here to find a course near you or call us at 888-253-7737 to set up your own small-group course.

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