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Aaron Lindh

14 Years of Elite Scores and Schools

About Aaron


JD, McGill University

Bachelors, Music, University of Wisconsin

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Toronto-based tutor Aaron Lindh finds inspiration in the moment when a student “gets it”—when all the hard work pays off and a concept that was formerly impossible becomes easy. He approaches each tutorial by identifying the strengths, abilities, and learning style of each student, and works to develop confidence accordingly. He’s responsible for training and certifying new teachers and tutors, developing new teaching programs, and training new Princeton Review trainers in North America—and abroad. Aaron has been recognized for his kindness and patience with his students. Parents appreciate the open communication and updates throughout the tutorial.

Aaron’s students have been accepted to Ivy League schools, Stanford, and MIT, among other top-ranking programs and universities. Due to his continued excellence as a tutor, Aaron was named The Princeton Review Canada’s Tutor of the Year in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. In addition, Aaron was Canada’s first Premier Tutor and first Star Tutor. As Content Director of High School Programs from 2018 through 2020, Aaron was responsible for all The Princeton Review’s materials for the SAT, ACT, PSAT, SAT Subject Tests, and AP tests. He also directed the design, creation, and implementation of TPR’s courses and tutoring and establishing training standards in those test types. Aaron also lead the team that creates The Princeton Review’s titles in these test types published through Random House, including Cracking the SAT, Cracking the ACT, and 10 Practice Tests for the SAT. In September 2020, Aaron stepped down as Content Director to return to school; he is currently pursuing his Master of Arts in Curriculum and Pedagogy at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto.

As a test-prep expert, Aaron also takes opportunities to confirm The Princeton Review’s approaches on the real tests. Recent test results include: ACT: 36 (English 36, Math 36, Reading 36, Science 35) (2017); Revised SAT: 1590 (790 Verbal, 800 Math) (2016); SAT Literature 790 (2017); a perfect SAT Math Level 2 800 (2014).

Outside of The Princeton Review, Aaron sings classical and operatic works, composes music, runs, and plays board games.