The Princeton Review
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  • Founded
    1981
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Industry
    Education
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Instructor/Private Tutor in Westport, CT
on November 10, 2021
Have worked several years for The Princeton Review. It is a good opportunity for beginning teachers. The main drawback is there is no guarantee of work, so it's not a good fit unless you have a regular full time job.
Tutoring Manager in Los Angeles, CA
on November 8, 2021
There's no overall strategy for helping students reach their testing goals. It is more about getting butts in seats and not having to issue refunds. Overall, it's all about volume. The Los Angeles office culture was also cliquey and toxic.
INSTRUCTOR in Atlanta, GA
on November 3, 2021
Great for a part-time tutoring gig. Working from home makes it very convenient. Flexible scheduling--you're able to decide which schedules you want to teach.
Teacher in Huntington, WV
on October 25, 2021
After finishing the weekend training session, I was able to start teaching SAT classes right away. However, I mentioned to my supervisor how I had scored on the MCAT, and she practically begged me to do the MCAT teacher training program so I could teach the chemistry section of their upcoming class. That came with a significant boost to my pay, so I was happy to do it. I enjoyed my time with the company and I felt like I was making a difference in my students' lives. It was great, but I had to leave and find full-time work eventually.
Premier Tutor and Trainer for SSAT ISEE PSAT SAT ACT GMAT LSAT GRE in New Jersey
on August 12, 2021
You write your own paycheck based on the classes, tutoring students, and trainings you decide to add to your schedule.I have met some truly incredible people who were not educators by trade who did excellent work with me and others. Office staff and management and materials nearly constant turnover and changes were a challenge. I left for personal medical reasons.

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