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TPR reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to change these Enrollment Terms and Conditions, in whole or in part, at any time. Changes in these Enrollment Terms and Conditions will be effective when posted.
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For our test preparation and other programs (other than Homework Help or admission counseling services), you must pay the program deposit amount (or may pay in full) at the time you enroll. If you enroll in a classroom course, a LiveOnline program or a Small Group Instruction within ten days of the start of that program, or if you enroll in a TPR online course (other than LiveOnline) or a private tutoring program (other than Homework Help), you must pay in full at the time of enrollment (except if you are a private tutoring student, on a TPR payment plan, in which case payments are due in accordance with such plan). All students must pay in full by ten days prior to the first scheduled session of the program. If you have not paid in full by ten days prior to the first scheduled session, you authorize TPR to charge the balance of the course tuition to your payment method on file.
When you purchase a Homework Help plan, we immediately charge your credit card and put into your account the number of minutes that corresponds to your plan for the first month. On the same day of each month (or the last calendar day if you paid on the last day of a month), until you cancel, we charge your monthly fee to your credit card and refill your account with the number of minutes that correspond to your plan. When you finish a tutoring session we deduct the time you spent with the tutor from your account balance. While enrolled in an online tutoring plan for a set number of minutes of tutoring, you may also purchase single hours at a fixed rate without upgrading or downgrading your plan or changing your billing date. If you purchase a single hour, we immediately charge your credit card and add 60 minutes to your account.
For admission counseling services, you must pay upfront at the time of enrollment (unless a payment plan is agreed to before enrollment, in which case payments are due in accordance with such plan).
If you withdraw from your TPR program or cancel your plan, you will be eligible for a refund on the following terms:
If you choose to withdraw your enrollment in a classroom course, LiveOnline course or a Small Group Instruction ten or more days before the first scheduled session of your program, we will refund all of the tuition you have paid (including your deposit). If you decide to withdraw your enrollment in a classroom course, LiveOnline course or a Small Group Instruction less than ten days before the first scheduled session of your program, we will refund all of the tuition you have paid less your deposit. No refunds will be given after the first scheduled session of the program in which you enrolled.
After your purchase of private tutoring, you have 90 days to begin tutoring, or you will forfeit all unused tutoring hours and online services. If within 48 hours after your enrollment, you choose to withdraw from a private tutoring program without using any tutoring hours, we will refund all of the tuition you have paid. If you choose to withdraw from a private tutoring program after 48 hours from your enrollment without using any tutoring hours, but within 90 days of enrollment, we will refund all of the tuition you have paid less a fee of $499.
If within 48 hours after your enrollment you choose to withdraw from any of our self-paced online programs with a cost of more than $499, we will refund all of the tuition you have paid less a fee of $499, but withdrawals after 48 hours from your enrollment are not eligible for any refund. Please note that no refunds are available for any of our self-paced online programs with a cost of less than $500.
Shipping costs will not be refunded. Also, the $50 fee paid by students on a payment plan is non-refundable.
In order to receive a refund as set out in the preceding bullet points, you must return any program materials you received to us unopened and with no marks in the materials within two weeks of withdrawing your enrollment. Shipping costs for return of materials are at your expense. If you fail to return your program materials within two weeks, or do not return them unopened and unmarked, TPR will deduct from any refund for which you are eligible the following amount:
Note that no refunds are available on admissions counseling services. Counseling sessions must be scheduled in advance, and are subject to the counselor's availability. If you need to reschedule a meeting, please do so in a timely manner. If you miss a scheduled meeting with your counselor, you will be charged a fee of seventy-five dollars. If you cancel a meeting within twenty four hours of your scheduled meeting time, you will be charged a fee of seventy-five dollars.
You can cancel your Homework Help (on-line on-demand tutoring) plan by visiting princetonreview.com, signing into your account and clicking the appropriate link on your account page. You may also call us at (800)411-1970. When you cancel your plan, we will stop charging your credit card and will stop refilling your account with minutes each month. Any unused minutes left in your account will be good until what would have been your next billing date, at which time they will expire and be non-refundable. Notwithstanding the above, if you cancel your Homework Help plan within 30 days of your purchase, you can call us to request a refund for any unused minutes left in the account on a prorated basis. For example, if you select a hypothetical 100-minute plan for $50 per month, use 50 of your 100 minutes and request a refund within 30 days of your purchase, we will refund $25 of your initial payment. No refunds will be made if you cancel your account after your first 30 days. Please note that for security reasons, we process refund requests only by phone, at the number set forth above.
Occasionally, due to various circumstances, TPR may change course schedules or locations, cancel a course, not have a tutor available for you for an in-person or on-line private tutoring program (the foregoing does not apply to Homework Help) or not be able to fulfill your Small Group Instruction request. If we cancel the course in which you have enrolled and are not able to reschedule you into another course that is acceptable to you, or if we are unable to match you with a tutor as described above or Small Group Instruction, we will refund all of the tuition you have paid (including your deposit), and we will have no further liability to you with regard to the cancelled program. If you have received any program materials, you must return them to us, at TPR's expense for shipping in accordance with TPR's return authorization policy, within two weeks of the program cancellation. If you fail to return materials within the two-week period, and
Please note that refunds for cancellations under this or the immediately preceding section take approximately 30 days from notification of cancellation to be processed.
You agree that you will treat TPR tutors and instructors with respect and not use obscenities, make threats or discuss matters other than those related to the subject in which you are being helped in your TPR program. TPR may dismiss you from a TPR program or cancel your services, including online access to our services if you:
TPR will not refund any amounts or provide any credit where a student is dismissed from a program or their services are cancelled as set forth above.
If you lose your program materials, you may purchase a replacement kit i) for your PSAT, SAT, ACT, ISEE or SSAT materials for $50.00 (plus shipping and handling charges) during the course of your program, or ii) for your DAT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT or OAT materials for $200 (plus shipping and handling charges) during the course of your program.
For admissions counseling services, you acknowledge that you may be required to provide materials in connection with the provision of the services, and you agree to do so in a prompt and timely manner.
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In particular, but without limiting the generality of the foregoing, in relation to admissions counseling services, TPR makes no representations or warranties with respect to (a) the likelihood of success in obtaining admission to an program, (b) whether the services will enhance or detract from the strength of a client's application, or (c) any guarantee that a client will obtain admission to any program. TPR shall not in any way be liable for a client's failure to achieve admission to any program.
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As part of your MCAT program, you will have access to TPR's Online Student Center, which will provide you with access to practice tests made available by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) through a website created and supported by AAMC. You agree that you will not share your account access to the AAMC website or any digital files from the AAMC MCAT practice tests with any other person. You acknowledge that if you do so, AAMC will be entitled to immediately terminate your access to its website. You also authorize AAMC to share your practice test results, including scores, multiple choice answers and essays, with TPR.
If you have purchased a private tutorial for a number of pre-scheduled hours, please note that session lengths are variable; the number of hours you have purchased does not necessarily correspond to the number of sessions you will have if you choose to meet for more than one hour at a time. Also, TPR does not refund unused tutoring hours.
If you complete more tutoring hours than the number for which you enrolled, you authorize TPR to charge your payment method on file for the additional hours you have used at the undiscounted rate of your original purchase. Without limiting the foregoing, additional tutoring hours will not be eligible for any discount, promotion or rebate. Speak regularly with your tutor throughout the tutorial so you know how many hours you have completed.
If you need to cancel a scheduled tutoring session, you must give the tutor 24 hours advance notice. If you fail to give 24 hours advance notice of any cancellation, the missed session will be treated for purposes of remaining tutoring hours, as if the session took place. If the tutor cancels or misses an appointment without 24 hours advance notice to you, you will receive one free session of equivalent hours to the missed session of tutoring in addition to the hours in your program.
Please note that TPR tutors are not permitted to meet in person with a minor student in a private home unless another adult is present during the entire session. If a tutor arrives for a session and an adult is not present, the tutor will not be able to conduct the session, it will be considered a session cancelled by the student without adequate notice, and you will be charged for the session. If the other adult leaves in the middle of a session with a minor student, the tutor will also leave at that time, and you will be charged for the entire session. Tutors may meet in person with minor students in public locations, such as a library or coffee shop, without another adult present.
If you are not happy with the tutor we have assigned to you, please contact TPR before your second tutorial session. We will assign a new tutor and we will not charge you for the first hour of your first session with your original tutor. If you request a change in the tutor assigned to you after your second tutorial session, we will charge you for all hours used.
If after you have had your first or subsequent tutoring sessions, there is no tutoring session scheduled for you for over a 90 day period, all unused tutoring hours will be forfeited.
The minutes we place in your account each month remain in your account until you use them in a session with one of our tutors or cancel your plan. As long as you have an active Homework Help plan that provides tutoring for a set number of minutes, your minutes “roll over” from one month to the next. If you cancel your plan that provides tutoring for a set number of minutes, we remove your unused minutes from your account at what would have been your next billing date.
Anonymity is a feature of our Homework Help services. You agree that you will not disclose any information to your tutor that could be considered personally identifiable information, such as your full name, address, telephone number, email address, social security number, password or any other information that could be used to identify or locate you.
Our Homework Help services are unavailable from 2:00 a.m. on each of New Year's Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day through 2:00 a.m. of the next day.
The Princeton Review provides the following Guarantees for certain of its programs and services as described below:
If your score does not improve, you have the option to prep one more time with us for free or to get your money back.
Q: How do I qualify for my Better Scores guarantee?
You are a Princeton Review student enrolled in an eligible program which has been paid in full. You must complete your program and take the official test on the next official test date following the final session of your program.
Within 30 days of official scores being released, you must share your official score with us and tell us whether you want to prep one more time for free or get your money back instead.
Q: What constitutes “completing” a program?
A: You must do the following within the schedule required for your program:
* For MCAT courses you also must have enrolled in and completed the 18-hour Psychology and Sociology Online Module prior to taking the official test.
Q: How do we determine if you didn't score higher?
You must establish a Starting Score prior to beginning your program.
As a part of our Better Scores Guarantee, we guarantee a specific point improvement for certain programs as set out below.
If you take any of our SAT Ultimate programs and your official SAT test score (Math, Reading and Writing combined) does not improve by at least 200 points, you are eligible to prep with us one more time or, subject to the below described additional conditions, receive a full refund.
Eligibility for the above 200 Point Money Back Guarantee is limited to students whose Starting Score is between 801 and 2050.
If you take any of our New SAT Ultimate programs and your official New SAT test score (Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing combined) does not improve by at least 100 points, you are eligible to prep with us one more time or, subject to the below described additional conditions, receive a full refund.
Eligibility for the above 100 Point Money Back Guarantee is limited to students whose Starting Score is between 540 and 1370.
If you take any of our ACT Ultimate programs and your official ACT composite test score does not improve by at least 3 points you are eligible to prep with us one more time or, subject to the below described additional conditions, receive a full refund.
Eligibility for the above 3 Point Money Back Guarantee is limited to students whose Starting Score is 30 or below.
If you take any of our New SAT Honors programs and your official New SAT test Score (Math and Evidenced-Base Reading Writing combined) does not improve to at least a score of 1400, you are eligible to prep one more time with us or, subject to the below-described additional conditions, receive a full refund.
Eligibility for the above 1400 Score Guarantee is limited to students who take one of our New SAT Honors programs and whose SAT Starting Score is at least 1250.
Only students who have not taken any TPR PSAT or New SAT or SAT program prior to taking an SAT Honors program are eligible for the 1400 Score Guarantee.
If you take any of our ACT Honors programs and your official ACT composite test score does not improve to at least a score of 31, you are eligible to prep one more time with us or, subject to the below-described additional conditions, receive a full refund.
Eligibility for the above ACT 31 Score Guarantee is limited to students who take one of our ACT Honors programs and whose ACT composite Starting Score is at least 28 with no less than 27 on any subscore. Only students who have not taken any TPR ACT program prior to taking an ACT Honors program are eligible for the 31 Score Guarantee.
* For the above specific point and score guarantees, before qualifying for the money back, you must prep with us again and re-take the official test. If your score still does not improve, you will qualify for a refund. A Princeton Review Advisor will work with you to find the best online option for re-prepping.
 For purposes of the Better Scores Guarantee, "SAT" refers to the SAT format still being administered by the College Board as of September 1, 2015 and "New SAT" refers to the SAT format that will be administered starting in March 2016. If you take the November 2015 or December 2015 SAT test, your repeat course will be the Live Online Refresher Course or the Ultimate LiveOnline for the SAT or, at your option, the New SAT Ultimate LiveOnline . If you take the January 2016 SAT, your repeat course will be the New SAT Ultimate LiveOnline .
Q: How do I exercise my guarantee?
After completing your program, if your score did not improve and you want to prep with us again or get your money back, complete this form . Upon receipt a Princeton Review Advisor will contact you to develop a plan of action and get you registered in a new program for the next administration of the test or provide you with a refund.
For students wishing to repeat an Immersion or Honors program, a Princeton Review Advisor will work with you to find an option that best suits your needs up to and including our Ultimate course. 
For students wishing to repeat our Semi-private (Small Group) courses, a Princeton Review Advisor will work with you to find an option that best suits your needs up to and including the classroom version of the course in which you originally enrolled. 
You must contact us within 30 days of getting your scores back to be eligible for these options. If you choose to repeat your program, you will not be eligible to get your money back.
Please note that it may take up to 30 days to process your refund.
 Due to limited availability of Immersion, Honors and Semi-private (Small Group) courses, the options available will not include Immersion, Honors and Semi-private (Small Group) programs.
Students who choose to prep again with us and need new materials will have to pay a materials fee (plus shipping and handling charges). The materials fee varies by test type: $50 for High School products, $199 for GMAT, GRE, DAT, OAT and LSAT and $299 for MCAT.
The Princeton Review Promise
For students who prep with us and don't feel ready to take the test OR have a score improvement and want to score even more, a Princeton Review Advisor will be on hand to work with you to develop a plan of action and determine best next steps.
For students seeking a greater score improvement, complete this form and send us your official score report within 30 days of getting your scores back.
For students who do not feel ready for the test, complete this form within 30 days of your last class session.
SAT: Ultimate, Fundamentals, Immersion, Honors, Comprehensive Tutoring (24+ hours)
ACT: Ultimate, Fundamentals, Honors, Comprehensive Tutoring (24+ hours)
MCAT  : Ultimate, Comprehensive Tutoring (60+ hours)
GRE: Ultimate, Comprehensive Tutoring (18+ hours)
GMAT: Ultimate, Comprehensive Tutoring (22+ hours)
LSAT: Ultimate, Fundamentals, Comprehensive Tutoring (24+ hours)
DAT: Ultimate Fundamentals, Comprehensive Tutoring (30+ hours)
OAT: Ultimate, Comprehensive Tutoring (30+ hours)
 MCAT Summer Immersion students who do not realize a score improvement are eligible to prep one more time with us for free in a program that best suits their need, up to and including an MCAT Ultimate course.
We are confident that your hard work plus our expert tutors will increase your grades. We guarantee that if you work with our tutors for at least two hours a month for three consecutive months, you will see an improvement in your grade in the subject we are helping you with.
If you have any questions or concerns about our guarantee please contact us right away at email@example.com so that we may clarify for you.
To qualify for the guarantee you must work with our tutors for a total of 120 minutes per month, for each of three consecutive months, in the subject you want covered by our guarantee.
In other words, you are always welcome to have sessions with tutors in numerous subjects, but if you want to be covered by our guarantee for a particular subject, you must spend at least 120 minutes per month working in a single subject. For example: In November you spend 145 minutes in session with tutors. 125 of the minutes are with algebra tutors and 20 minutes are with writing tutors. Such a month would qualify as a full month towards the guarantee for algebra. On the other hand, if you spend 110 minutes with algebra tutors and 35 minutes with writing tutors, such a month would not qualify because you would not have spent 120 minutes with tutors in any single subject.
To qualify for the guarantee you must be a student in grade 6 through 12, between the ages of 10 and 19, enrolled in an accredited public, private, parochial, or charter school in the United States.
You must live in the United States and attend school in the United States to qualify for our guarantee. If you are enrolled in an online school, both it and you must be located in the United States, and the school must be fully accredited.
To qualify for the guarantee you must either be taking the same course across three months, or be transitioning from a natural prerequisite course without a break in time longer than a summer.
If you start working with us in the beginning of a grading period (such as a quarter, trimester, or semester), and you have yet to receive your first mid-term grade, we look to your final grade in the prerequisite course as the starting point for your grade comparison. For example, if you start working with us in September before you have your mid-term grade in Algebra II, we look to your grade in Algebra I as your starting point. If you are taking a course for which there is no natural prerequisite the clock on your three months does not begin until you have received your first grade in the course, which could be your mid-term exam. If you are unclear whether a particular course has a qualifying prerequisite course please contact us right away.
Your school/subject must report grades in a way that allows us to see your improvement.
Different schools have different grading scales and systems for measuring academic progress. We guarantee that if you work with us your grade will go up at least the equivalent of a half-step letter grade, meaning, for example, from a C to a B-, or from a B to an A-. If your school uses a numerical grading system we guarantee your grade will increase at least three points, for example from a 79 to an 82. Please note that our guarantee does not apply to schools/subjects that offer grades of A, B, C, D, and F without pluses and minuses, or other course scales such as U, S, VS, E or Pass/Fail. (If your school/subject does not have a standard grading system, we strongly encourage you to contact us now so we can let you know whether you will be covered by our guarantee.)
Our guarantee does not apply to students who start with an A in a subject, or who start with a numerical grade within 10% of the highest grade available in their school's grading system.
Working with our tutors for two hours per month is probably enough to get you from an A to an A plus but some teachers only give out a limited number of their highest grades.
You must make a good faith effort to learn the material. You must complete all major assignments and exams.
What we guarantee is that if you make a good faith effort to learn, and include us in your effort, you will see results. If your grade does not increase because you fail to show up for your mid-term, or because you did not complete an important project, paper, or take-home exam, you are not eligible for our guarantee.
Sessions for which you request credit do not count towards the requirement to spend 120 minutes per month working with our tutors.
Your grade must go up (or not go up) in a way that we can confirm.
If you submit a request for a refund under our guarantee, you will be required to submit a form to us, signed by both you and your parent (or legal guardian), authorizing your school to release your records to us for verification.
If you qualify for the refund under our guarantee, we will refund you 100% of what you spent on tutoring in the qualifying subject, up to a maximum of $239.97.
In order to be considered for the Better Grades Guarantee, you'll need to purchase our 2 hour a month package at $79.99 per month. If you qualify for the refund, you'll get back the cost of the tutoring up to $239.97 which is what you would spend for three months of 2 hours of tutoring per month.
There is a limit of one refund per household and/or family.
Refunds will be issued in the form and manner chosen by The Princeton Review.
This means that we reserve the right to refund a credit card or mail a check as circumstances dictate. It also means that we use our judgment when determining to whom the refund will be issued. (Our default rule is we will refund the person who paid for your tutoring.)
The Princeton Review reserves the right to update the foregoing guarantees at any time.