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GRE TESTIMONIALS


quote  Being a dental student, I'd lost complete touch with mathematics and the vastitude of English language after high school. Honestly, I had no idea how things would turn out before joining TPR. The geometric formulae, the art of essay writing and perplexity of vocabulary, really got me apprehensive and a tad more worried than engineering students. The Princeton Review, I must say, is an institute par excellence.  Their two month training is absolutely power packed with appropriate energy and drive required for the students. The indirect techniques of solving problems with process of elimination, the various methods for cracking lengthy comprehensions which often drain the mind, are of immense help when it comes to time saving during exams. We often miss out on these teeny tips and much more, during self study. Of course, the online tests with score cards are definitely the most attractive feature of TPR.  Regular tests did help keep the graph going higher. Thank you Mrs Nirmala and Saikiran for your support and guidance! The experience was worth to cherish! I would recommend it for all students aspiring for the international arena.  quote


Thank You,
Sukanya Nandakumar

quote  I am from Kolkata, Final Year Chemical Engineering student of Jadavpur University, I attended the GRE test preparation session at the Central Plaza center of Princeton Review and was guided by Mr. Abin Sur for Quant and Ms. Romi Ghosh for my Verbal. I took the test on the 3rd of August. The keynote to getting a good score was the mock tests and section tests offered by Princeton Review for practice. Besides pattern and standard of the questions presented in the mock tests, that mimic the real GRE very well, one psychological advantage was that the mock tests also had the same light blue-and-white backdrop that is there in the real GRE.  quote


Thank You,
Ratul Choudhury

quote  It was my right decision when I decided to join Princeton review for the GRE preparation. I would like to thank my Quant faculty Mr. Narsing Rao who always provided me with the right motivation. The concepts and in-depth analysis of every concept thought in the class room was highly extensive. We were imbibed with holistic approach to solve any problem and that too in the minimum possible time . Also the material provided and taught was useful to get the desired practice for the final test.  quote


Thank You,
Vikas Arora

quote  The GRE prep course I took with Princeton Review helped me considerably. The practice material is very comprehensive and gives one a very accurate idea of what to expect in the real exam. My instructors were also very helpful. All homework was discussed in class and doubts cleared. The online student portal, with drills on specific sections of both verbal and quant were especially helpful for me, as they gave me a lot of practice in the areas I needed to focus on. Overall, I would definitely recommend it.  quote


Thank You,
Shrabastee Banerjee

quote  The books particularly the verbal part and the drills on website were really helpful to me and also the methods taught in quant part.  quote


Thank You,
Souvarish Sarkar

quote  The good coaching at Princeton was the reason for my score of 309 math (169) Verbal (140). I was able to observe that difference after realizing that 20 marks are incremented compared to diagnostic test. The manual was in good enough level for taking the test. Apart from supplement which was not much necessary; the online portal covers more than the required syllabus. I suggest the future students to concentrate more on online portal. The extra ideas of Mr. Narsing Rao for taking up the test were much helpful. Unfortunately the words I read [around 5000] were not helpful, but all that needed was the techniques taught by the teachers. The day of exam was not so different after taking up multiple mock tests in online portal which were very similar to main exam. The key things which were observed to be good to get great score are: Manual, Home work and online portal. Final thing I want to express for further students is do not learn by heart the words and follow scratch paper techniques for Quant. I thank Manya group and Mr. Narsing Rao for valuable Ideas to get a decent and satisfied score.  quote


Thank You,
Akash

quote  I am from Kolkata, Final Year Chemical Engineering student of Jadavpur University, I attended the GRE test preparation session at the Central Plaza center of Princeton Review and was guided by Mr. Abin Sur for Quant and Ms. Romi Ghosh for my Verbal. I took the test on the 3rd of August. The keynote to getting a good score was the mock tests and section tests offered by Princeton Review for practice. Besides pattern and standard of the questions presented in the mock tests, that mimic the real GRE very well, one psychological advantage was that the mock tests also had the same light blue-and-white backdrop that is there in the real GRE.  quote


Thank You,
Arghya kamal Bishal

quote  Firstly, thanks a lot to the faculty for your valuable guidance, without which it would have been impossible to score 318. I attribute my achievement to Princeton Review's exhaustive set of scientifically prepared study materials and practice questions and the way the concepts and techniques of problem solving are elucidated in class. GRE Verbal Section: In the revised edition, Verbal Reasoning Section has become much trickier than the previous version and is no longer a mere mug-up business. It is important that students practice as many questions as possible under proper guidance and closer the difficulty level of the practice questions are to that of original GRE, the better. In this respect, Princeton Review's study materials helped me immensely in my preparation, both in quality and quantity.  On top of that the techniques that were taught in class are very easy to follow and employ under time bound examination environment.*GRE Quant Section: *I believe for any "cool-headed" Indian getting a score of 157 in Quantitative reasoning should be a cake-walk. But from 157 onwards it all depends on how smartly an individual can improvise. In this respect as well the problem solving techniques, particularly the ones which were based on Geometry, taught in class helped me greatly in tackling apparently straightforward but tricky questions.  quote


Thank You,
Sourim Das

quote  Princeton has helped me a lot in scoring well in GRE. The techniques used by them for solving verbal questions, especially RCs have helped a lot in performing well in exam. The online material provided by Princeton, gave the flexibility to revise the topics at convenience. I am thankful to the teachers who were really helpful. The consistency in their classes helped in using the online material with great ease  quote


Thank You,
Kairavi

quote  The classes of Princeton Review GRE program helped me a lot. The Verbal classes were most beneficial and the materials supplied was also very good. But for my preparation the most helpful was the long set of online tests. These tests were very well designed as they were divided into different parts. It helped me identify my weakness and work on them. I shall definitely recommend Princeton Review to my friends aspiring for a decent score in GRE.  quote


Thank You,
Brato Chakrabarty

quote  The study materials that were provided to me in the form of books and practice books and in the form of online practice materials that was of tremendous help. In my first diagnostics test I achieved only 289 but as I kept on practicing those materials in a way proposed by my trainers Mr. Saurabh Sen(verbal) and Mr. Saikat Roy(maths) I gradually experienced the improvement and that reflected in the scores of the mock tests in which I scored 317-318 on an average. Though I got 314 (157+157) in the final test I still believe that I was prepared enough to get around 320-325 because not to mention that the original GRE test questions were much easier than the practice materials of PR, but unfortunately I achieved 314 because of the stress and tension of taking the original test. If asked I will certainly suggest any friend who is aspiring for GRE to avail the coaching and materials provided by PR. However I believe that the single blank sentence completion questions were too difficult or at least more difficult than I was advised to practice in PR by my trainers. In the mathematics section the inequality and number line type questions were a bit difficult than I learned to expect.
However, in one word my experience with Princeton Review was excellent and I will really recommend PR as a trustworthy institution If anyone is aspiring for GRE.  quote


Thank You,
Sagnik Das

quote  Thanks a lot! By the way, there is no question as to how I feel. I'm elated but I feel I could have scored a few more marks in the Quants part as all of the practice tests I had taken indicated the same. Anyway, my faculty were really great. Especially Anitha Mam. Her plethora of tips all along the way along with her exceptional teaching surely played a huge role in my score. Thank you for all the help. The online portal, especially, was excellent! I have also attached a picture of myself, as requested.  quote


Thank You,
Goutham

quote  I, Sunny Modi, appeared for my General Revised GRE and got 166 (94percentile) in Quantitative Reasoning and 164(94 percentile in Verbal). I thought of taking GRE near about in the month of April, I had started a search for coaching institutes for GRE, and then I heard about TPR on a social networking site. I discussed about it with my cousin too, who was a student of TPR also, and studying in University of Southern California. So, I joined TPR. My classes were started from 23rd May 2011 (as much as I remembered). After this, two faculties assigned to us, Rupila Kakar & Tarun Kaushik for Verbal & Maths respectively. The first impression of these two faculties was very good. Though, Tarun Kaushik is pretty young by age but his knowledge and teaching skills are far much better & bigger than his age. I didn’t feel bored even for a single second while they both were teaching. I don’t know how but they made their teaching very interesting and effective (especially Tarun Sir). Rupila Ma'am & Tarun Kaushik both has a remarkable excellence in their subjects. Where Rupila Ma'am who helped me in understanding the subject, strategies, increasing my word quotient. How to write essays and how to deal with other questions. On the same side, Tarun Sir helped me in shaping up my skills in Mathematics, told very different formulas, concepts and various time saving strategies (must be developed by himself) which helped me very much while I was taking the test. This is not all I want to say, After the end of classes, while preparing at home I got many doubts but as Tarun Sir was so busy because he had to go Dehradun, I don’t know why TPR made him so busy, but apart from his busy schedule he give his time to me for clearing up my doubts but when he is not present in Delhi, TPR arranged another faculty for clearing up my maths doubts. For which I personally thank you TPR. Apart from this, there was a outstanding facility named as OSC, by the help of it I trained myself by taking various Diag. Tests and Drills. Finally I want to thank my counselor Ms. Divya Rattan (counselor New Friends Colony) for her ever helping attitude. I can tell from my experience that if anyone is aiming for a good GRE score, Princeton Review is the place to be.  quote


Thank You,
Sunny Modi

quote  With help of qualified faculty, excellent study materials and well prepared mock exams, I consistently showed improvement in my GRE preparation. This was reflected in my mock exam results which started around 1100 and ultimately fetched me 1340 (780 Quant + 560 Verbal) on the final day. The timing of the coaching blended perfectly with my busy college schedule and the flexibitlity in the classes at Princeton Review helped me cope up well. The word list and their classifications helped me lay more focus on frequently occuring words, from which many appeared in the actual exam.  quote


Thank You,
Mohammad Mobashir

quote  I took my GRE exam today (with my course completing last weekend) and obtained an overall score of 333 (166 in Verbal and 167 in Quantitative) . I started with a score of only 142 on the Verbal and 151 on the Quantitative. First and foremost, I would like to thank my teaching faculty Ms. Shashikala Padmanabhan (Verbal) and Ms.Umayaparvathi Murugan (Quantitative) at Princeton Review , for all their guidance and support and the extra effort they put in to ensure that every session was an interesting learning experience. Furthermore , their timely feedback on my essays, homework and mock test results helped me improve my strategies. Additionally, I found the course material very comprehensive and representative of the exam pattern,and hence I didn't have any surprises during the exam. I must say the online content was phenomenal and very helpful in aiding my preparations , especially the Core tests and the drills. Moreover, I would like to thank the office staff who have guided me right from the start, and provided all the details and clarified my queries which helped me focus on the course. I appreciate their friendly nature and timely communication. Once again, I'd like to thank everyone at Princeton Review.
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Thank You,
Bhargav

quote  Princeton Review has mastered the art of cracking the GRE and also it brings to us all the techniques we require to crack GRE from a students perspective. There is a common myth in all our minds that the GRE english is very tough and is almost impossible to master. Yes this may be true but what is also true is that the GRE English is not a hard nut to crack. I would like to take this oppurtunity to express my special thank you to Mr. Leonard(my GRE English guide) who helped us not only to make the language intresting but also guided us by giving many useful tips. The best part about Princeton is that they teach you the essence of how to crack your GRE which is most important as the tips and tricks that you can learn here stays with you throught your life. Regards, Rathin.R  quote


Thank You,
Rathin Nair

quote  It was a great leaning experience get coaching from Princeton review.
Faculty here in Princeton is really innovative and always enthusiastic to teach
there students. The teaching method of both Deepti and Suman mam was superb. They
have really made my life easy by teaching me in a way which was so easy to learn.
And it was a quite a fun learning from them.
A big thanks to Princeton faculty for all their efforts.

Gagan
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Thank You,
Gagan

quote  As I sit down to write this testimonial for Princeton Review, words come easily.. partly due to the rigorous vocabulary sessions.. and partly due to the excellent job done by them. Be it the course structure, the practice done, or the faculty's personal advice, everything had a role to play in ensuring my success. I am a student of GRE-08 batch, and my faculties were Ram Kumar sir for maths and Usha Subramaniam ma'am for verbal. Beginning with a score of 1100 in my first diagnostic test, I finally achieved a score of 1440 in the actual GRE. The inputs given via feedback were invaluable. Usha ma'am knows her subject really well and I thank her from the bottom of my heart for the excellent tips, suggestions and the occasional scolding which fetched me a 650 in verbal. Prem Kumar sir ensured that GRE math sessions were both fun and challenging. Always encouraging students to save time with remarkable techniques, he helped me save a lot of time on questions I would otherwise have wasted precious minutes on. His jovial and friendly nature made sure class never felt dull. His advice on approaching problems, POE, approximations and avoiding trap answers really did work in the actual test. I really thank sir for his efforts. Finally, a word on OSC. The practice tests are great simulation of the actual thing. And the practice material provided is thorough. All in all, a great setup for anyone who is looking for a good GRE score. But they never stop at GRE alone. The faculty have constantly given tips and guidelines on how to tackle the admission process. It has been a fruitful experience on the whole, and I will recommend the Princeton Review to all my friends aiming for success in GRE or GMAT.  quote


Thank You,
Sweatha

quote  My experience at the Princeton Review has been enriching to say the least. I came here as a student looking for an institute that could help me achieve my goal and it only seems fair to give credit to TPR for my success. The Princeton Review delivers what it promises. The educators at The Princeton Review possess great knowledge in their subject matter of study and go about their teaching in the most professional manner. I was personally benefited from the resources and expertise available here. My approach towards the exam was greatly refined under the able guidance of Ms. Mukhvinder Kohli, Mr. Robin and Ms. Richa whose sincere efforts and guidance helped me achieve a good score. The two months of study here were invaluable to my preparation as I was able to grasp the fundamentals of the exam pattern and methodology required to attempt it. The teachers helped me devise a strategy to counter the most difficult questions in each section and at the same time taught me to be on look out for tricky questions. Overall, it has a perfect blend of expertise and resources which coupled with the level of exposure available make it an ideal place for students to prepare for exams. The entire team helped me at every step on the way.  quote


Thank You,
Abhinav Murali

quote  I heard about Princeton Review from one of my friends. I went to begumpet branch and I enquired about the coaching and the timings. From the first day itself the teaching faculties were really encouraging and gave many tips how to solve the questions that will come in the exam. The coaching is for 45 days and went like quick journey. The faculty helped me to solve the questions myself where I am weak and where I need to concentrate. Because of their help only I got a good score of 323 in GRE and I got admission in good universities. Thanks to Princeton and Manya group and the faculties for helping me a lot in achieving this progress and getting good score.  quote


Thank You,
R VekatRam

quote  I am Ajay Kumar, a final year student of CSE from SRM University. As I wanted to do my graduation in the USA and I had joined the Princeton Review, Adyar to prepare for my GRE. From the first class I attended, which was a Quant class taken by Mr. Uma Shankar Pandian, I knew that I was actually going to learn something useful, which is not always the case with me in such classes. And I was right. The Quant classes were both interesting and helpful. It was not all about learning formulas and applying them directly, or any of the other boring aspects of Maths, it was mostly about how to use some simple arithmetic, and a lot of logic and common sense to solve what appear to be quite difficult problems, and Mr. Uma Shankar Pandian (or USP, as he told us to call him) made sure the classes were always interactive and never dull. I learned a lot of great short-cut methods to arrive at the answers and this was a great help for me in my actual GRE because I might have found it hard to finish the quantitative section in time if not for these methods. The verbal classes handled by Divya and Usha focused not on wordlists and the learning of a few thousand words by-heart, which would not really had helped me much, but was more about things like how to handle potentially tricky questions like analogies and effective approaches to RCs. Several things, like the POE methods that were taught, especially for analogies, were pretty useful. The overall duration of the course was just 8 weeks, but those 8 weeks were more useful than I expected. Besides the classes, the material provided was great, and I did not have to use any other material to study. The online tests online were great practice, I took quite a few more than the required 4 tests and there were enough questions. I owe a large part of my increase in score from 300 in the first diagnostic test to 322 in the GRE to these classes and tests, and I am grateful to the Princeton Review for helping me to such a great score. Thanks to them, I have a great chance of getting into a university of my choice provided I do the rest of my application process right.  quote


Thank You,
Ajay Kumar

quote  The Princeton Review has been immensely helpful in guiding me through the GRE and TOEFL exams . The classes neatly outlined the exam pattern , the format of the test and the types of questions I shall be facing . The practice tests helped me pin-point my mistakes and focus on the sections in which I was not scoring high . The teachers were very friendly and more than willing to personally help me out in any problems I faced , be it about the question patterns or about the nature of the test itself . All I can say is that I was brimming with confidence when I gave the GRE and the TOEFL , a confidence I solely owe to the Princeton Review .  quote


Thank You,
Avinash

quote  It gives me great pleasure to be able to write a testimonial for the Princeton Review GRE and TOEFL courses. The courses were streamlined and suited to my needs. The online course materials and exercises were exhaustive and well designed to improve my accuracy and time management. The faculty was well equipped and gave us proper guidance regarding how to take the tests and to avoid the pitfalls. The management was also very helpful and accommodating. I must say that I owe much of my 314 in GRE and 118 in TOEFL to the Princeton Review courses. Score: 314/340 Verbal: 162/170 Quant: 152/170  quote


Thank You,
Ashhabdul Islam

quote  As we get set to take on the GRE test, everyone feels it is easy to score high - after all it is all about simple high school Maths and English. But this is far from the reality - it requires a very focused and rigorous preparation. The course at Princeton helped me prepare in a very systematic manner two months in advance. We were taught different techniques to tackle different types of questions in both quant and verbal. We were taught about the most common mistakes that people make and how to avoid them. Avoiding mistakes is one crucial success factor in a GRE test. The continuous testing and evaluation by my teachers - Nanda Kishore for quant and Jijil for verbal, helped me in fine tuning my answers and eliminating mistakes. The homework given each week ensured that I was constantly getting preparing for the test. I have no doubt in my mind that the training I received at princeton contributed significantly to my high score in GRE. Thank you Princeton and thank you, Nanda Kishore & Jijil sirs!  quote


Thank You,
Rohit Narayan

quote  I will be failing in my duty if I do not mention the enormous role that the classes provided by The Princeton Review played in my preparation for the General GRE examination . The training sessions for both the Quantitative and the Verbal (and Analytical Writing) were regularly held and thus provided continuous stimulation to the students to think in the 'GRE way'. The techniques taught were extemely helpful in developing the confidence to face all kinds of challenges that the ETS sets on the examination, and trained us to think clearly and confidently during the tense situation of the examination. I specifically thank Jayashree Gautham Ma'am and Ajeeth Peo Sir for their kind help during and also after classes - without which I could not have scored like I did.  quote


Thank You,
Yagnaseni Roy

quote  I have taken my GRE Test on February 26, 2011, and TOEFL Test on February 14, 2011. In GRE I have scored 1270 =790 in Quant + 480 in Verbal. In TOEFL I have scored 107 out of 120. I have studied in Manya, for over 2 months, August and September, 2010, including GRE and TOEFL Courses. Here are a few things I would like to bring to your notice: Abin Sir has always been helpful, and always ready to traverse that extra mile, only to put us in a better position. Although my scores in GRE Verbal, are low, but I can say, that it was a mishap. Abin Sir had left no stone unturned to help us out: We questioned freely, and questioning was always followed by interesting discussions, guided by Sir, himself-- let's just say, that work seemed more like play, both in GRE Verbal and TOEFL, in Abin Sir's class!  quote


Thank You,
Anvesha Banerjee

quote  My name is Varun Raman and I’ve just completed my under graduation in the field of Aeronautical Engineering from Hindustan College of Engineering Chennai. My desire to study abroad in a reputed institution is what made me enroll with The Princeton Review. I came to know about TPR through some relatives and friends. Initially I was skeptical of the idea of joining because I was confident of my mathematical and language skills and I thought that cracking the GRE and TOEFL was a piece of cake. At the behest of my parents I enrolled for classes with TPR for GRE and TOEFL. My perspective about going to coaching classes changed dramatically after I started attending classes at the Princeton review. This shift in my outlook was due to two main reasons. Firstly the course material given by TPR is tailor made for students aspiring to study abroad and secondly and most importantly the involvement and commitment of the teaching faculty. My GRE tutors, Mrs Sunithi (Verbal) and Mrs Jayashree (Math) did an excellent job teaching me. They taught me invaluable shortcuts and methods to tackle the questions being asked in the exams. As far as GRE is concerned speed is of essence and approaching a question head on may not always be the wise thing to do. At TPR, they don’t go into teaching you how to count and read. They teach you what exactly is required to crack your exams. Also, the student teacher ratio was just right so as to make the environment congenial for learning. Thanks to Princeton Review, I was able to score 1340 in my GRE exam. My positive experience with TPR continued as I had also enrolled for TOEFL coaching classes. My teacher Mrs Usha made class enjoyable. Her classes were very interactive and also extremely informative. She gave me numerous practice tasks to do and taught me how to effectively manage my time. Thanks to her I was able to obtain a high score 114 in my TOEFL test. My excellent and positive experiences with TPR prompted me to sign up for their admission counselling services package as well. I am thus currently being assisted with my graduate school applications. The Princeton review has thus helped me move one step closer to achieving my dream of doing my Graduate studies abroad.  quote


Thank You,
Varun Raman

quote  I’m currently pursuing my final year Mechanical Engineering at Easwari Engineering College, Chennai. I’m planning to do my masters in the US. For this purpose, I took up GRE and TOEFL coaching with The Princeton Review (T.Nagar), Chennai. I took my GRE on January 17, 2011 (got a score of 1320) and TOEFL on July 9, 2011. My trainer for the TOEFL course was Mr.Saikiran Dudyala. With his interactive sessions, he made the students believe that TOEFL is an easy nut to crack. He brought the subject matter down to the level of understanding of the students. For instance, I was a little nervous about the speaking section, but his innovative practice sessions instilled a lot of confidence in me and I ended up scoring 29 for the section! Even after the course ended, I was in touch with him over the phone and e-mail. He never hesitated in clearing any doubt at any time. The administrative staff at TPR were very helpful. They answered all my queries clearly and in detail. There was no hesitation on their part whatsoever. Finally, I owe my success to TPR. I joined TPR on my friend’s advice and found them to be the best when it comes to TOEFL training. Their method of training is well structured and their course material gives a clear idea about the test. Their continuous assessment of the students points out our strengths and weaknesses, allowing us to work more on the latter. For those who are serious about their TOEFL preparation, I would recommend TPR hands down any day.  quote


Thank You,
Dinesh Vyas

quote   Hi Jitender,


Its been a wonderful journey with you from the starting of my association with the Manya Group. You have been an excellent councellor. After getting a low score in GRE, I had lost all my hopes for getting an admit into any good unviersity in the United States. But you made this happen for me. One of my friend had referred me to join this consultancy and finally I am happy that my decision was correct. I am extremely thankful of you for your support and guidance in all the odd times. Since I too belong to the service industry, so I am aware that supporing client out of the office hours is really a straneous job. But you have always responded to all my calls or e-mails regardless of the time. Jitender, you have been polite and moreover very patient in answering all my sensible and silly questions that I have put in front of you. Thanks a lot for all your efforts.

Thanks once again.

Regards,
Mridul Agarwal.
+91 9860540484

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Thank You,
Mridul Agarwal

quote  The Princeton Review was my first choice for GRE Prep, and well, it stood up to my expectations! I only solved the books provided by Princeton Review and the Official Guide. The portal is vast! The categorization of questions under the Easy, Medium and Hard difficulty levels is really beneficial! It helps you assess the level of your preparation. Both my teachers were really supportive! No matter what hour of the day I called them, they were prompt to help me out. Every mail was replied to within a few hours! They provided constructive feedback that helped me in my GRE Preparation. Thank You Anjali Ma'am and Aparna Ma'am! :D

Score : 320/340
Quantitative : 170/170
Verbal : 150/170

Arushi Arora
Batch : GRE-26 NC  quote


Thank You,
Arushi Arora

quote  Hi mam! This is Avinash of batch GRE 156. I had taken my GRE on the 15th of March this year. I am pleased to inform you that I have performed very well with an aggregate score of 1530 with a 4.5 in analytical writing, 800 in quantitative analysis and 730 in verbal ability. I am incredibly grateful to you, TPR and Rohit for providing me with the techniques and strategies which proved to be invaluable during the course of my preparation, The Word a Day subscriptions and the online etymology dictionary were especially helpful. I would like to thank you and Rohit personally sometime, it would be very helpful if you can let me know when that would be convenient for the both of you.  quote


Thank You,
Avinash

quote  When I first joined the institute I hardly had any idea about GRE and its scoring pattern. Princeton review helped me understand the pattern of the exam thoroughly. This made me more confident about attending GRE. Majority of the techniques taught at PR, made me save much time during the exam and thus I could understand and solve the questions effectively. Eventually I got a good score.  quote


Thank You,
Anup A.C.

quote  I am Nikhil Kumar and I was once a student in Princeton Review, Tarnaka, Hyderabad under guidance of Laxma Reddy for Quant, Uma for Verbal. I m very happy because I personally feel I made a right choice by choosing the right institute for taking GRE coaching. The staff here were excellent and mainly the manual as well as online material I have been provided indeed helped me in taking the exam with a smile and coming out with flying results. During the day of the exam the first section that is AWA is very critical because with a fresh mind one has to give his/her best then comes the five sections which could be tricky but one has to give there very best in the first three sections and I was very lucky to have the quant section as my experimental section. Thumb rule use mark and move that saves time and also improves your accuracy. Time to time plan and preparation following the shortcuts did help me in saving time in the exam. But one special advice is to use student portal as a miser and utilise each and every part of it, the techniques thought here did helped me to get a decent score in GRE and the faculty members like Laxma Reddy were kind and generous enough to come front for any help in terms of clearing doubt when required, any time. Finally the GRE score was one of the vital reasons which helped in getting an admission for Ph.D in Wayne State University... I am grateful and thankful to Princeton Review, Laxma Sir . It was a great experience. Thanking you once again. GRE Score – 300 (Math – 156 & Verbal – 144)  quote


Thank You,
Nikhil Kumar

quote  

I am absolutely elated at achieving 335/340 in my GRE. I was a student of TPR-Velachery's GRE (Batch 26), and the coaching, and more importantly, the resources made available played a major role in my success.

The online portal was a major tool in my preparation. The drills provided helped to strengthen areas I was weak in, while the tests enabled me to get used to the time limits. The word lists provided were also exhaustive and very useful in building my vocabulary. The faculty were also very supportive and provided valuable tips which helped me in the final exam.

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Thank You,
Ganesh

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