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Looking for highly personalized instruction in a small classroom setting? Small Group Instruction is the perfect option for you.
Why Small Group Instruction?
Small Group Instruction gives you the individualized attention you need with the added benefit of learning and interacting with 2–3 other students. Each lesson is designed to improve your scores and provides extensive personalized feedback based on your individual needs by one of our expert instructors.
What You'll Learn
You'll learn everything you need to know about the OAT and you'll focus on the areas most important to you. By the time you complete your Small Group Instruction program, you'll be 100% prepared for the test, guaranteed.
How We Teach
Princeton Review instructors have mastered the material and will work with you until you reach your goals. They are excellent communicators and can model their teaching to match your needs. By the time the program is over, you'll know everything you need to master your test.
We Back It Up
We spend millions of dollars studying standardized tests, developing materials, and training our instructors. We're so confident in the quality of our tutoring services that we guarantee your OAT score will improve or we'll give you your money back.
If you don't see a schedule that suits your needs or you already have a group of friends you'd like to prep with, call 888-955-4600 and we'll set up a Small Group Instruction course just for you!
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