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.