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.