FAQs for Teacher Applicants

Q: What does teaching with The Princeton Review involve?

Our teachers help students learn how to take their standardized tests. We’ll teach you strategies and content to pass along to teach and help support students throughout the class and help them build their confidence.

If you have questions about the application process, see our Application Process page.

Q: Am I qualified to teach for The Princeton Review?

If you answer yes to everything below, you qualify!

Additional criteria for MCAT instructors:

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Q. What do I need to know for the qualifying exam?

To get a sense of what you’ll need to know to pass our qualifying exam, check out the page for the subject or subjects you’d like to teach.

Q: What are the system requirements to teach or tutor online?

Operating System Requirements

Minimal Computer Hardware Requirements

Q: When are courses offered?

Mostly nights and weekends, but it will vary depending on the time of year and whether you teach online or in person. We occasionally offer daytime schedules as well. Check out the course schedules on our website, www.princetonreview.com , by clicking on the test type in question and entering your zip/postal code.

Q: Do I have to teach certain hours?

We’re looking for candidates who are able to consistently work a minimum of 5 hours per week for at least 1 year. We collect availability from our teachers regularly and adjust assignments to match your specific availability

Q: Where does teaching take place?

In-person classes take place at our retail locations and at universities, high schools and other local institutions. Tutors often tutor in students’ homes or at an agreed-upon meeting place. LiveOnline instructors can teach from anywhere that’s quiet and has a stable, high-speed internet connection.

Q: How much are teachers paid?

You’ll be paid a competitive, set hourly rate and a separate rate for any administrative work you may undertake. Bonus opportunities are also available.

Q: How can I become a teacher?

Check out our Teacher Application page.

Q. How can I find out about other jobs at The Princeton Review?

If you’re looking for a career outside the classroom, we have openings all across the country. Please visit us at A Career at The Princeton Review.

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