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Our Ultimate courses are taught by a team of 3 to 5 highly specialized subject-matter experts who will provide the comprehensive instruction you need to excel on each section of the DAT.
Prep with experts who specialize on the subject areas tested on the DAT: Natural Sciences (Biology, General Chemistry and Organic Chemistry), Perceptual Ability, Quantitative Reasoning and Reading Comprehension. With 55 hours of instruction, you’ll review all the content tested and learn our exclusive test-taking strategies using practice tests and an extensive set of drills.
We recruit teachers who show unparalleled mastery of their specialty and require them to pass a demanding subject-knowledge screening test and teaching audition. Only the few who make the cut are invited to attend our rigorous training to be certified to teach individual subjects.
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Learn face-to-face with a team of Princeton Review experts 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 prepYou'll review all the content and work on your test-taking skills led by 3 to 5 subject-matter specialists who will keep you motivated, focused and on task.
Face-to-face interactionOur experts will provide feedback and illustrate challenging material with interesting and effective lessons.
Engaging lessonsYou'll prepare alongside other students in a dynamic group with lively discussions and collaborative drills.
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