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I felt pretty good saying I worked for TPR. I was in college at the time and it worked really well with my schedule.

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Show us that you can teach. At the interview phase, we don't care what you know about the material (we'll teach you the material!), we want to know if we can put you in front of a group of students or not.

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Annual. Management reviews employee goals and yearly contributions

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Princeton Review has a very Relaxed approach to Management.

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30 minute review of expected duties and questioning of abilities

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Presently cannot think of any necessary changes.

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There are currently no offices in Maryland, but there exist online tutoring options. The benefits of TPR is that they will work with you to figure out what the best option would be.

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Not sure- i usually go to a the website and make a phone call

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Typically school day hours except when reporting to the office at 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

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