When you start out on a journey, you reach your destination only if you take the right decisions. My journey started when I decided to apply to universities abroad, and at the time, I had no clue how the application process worked. There were so many things to do, and very little time. SAT was one very important milestone that I had to achieve, and I had one month to achieve it. Taking SAT classes at the Princeton Review was one of my well made decisions. I started classes in mid-August, in order to prepare for the October SAT. I myself did not expect a high score. But with the help of Princeton Review’s expertise, I managed to score a 2330. My teachers were very helpful and supportive throughout. My verbal classes were taken by Juhi ma’am and my maths classes by Rinku ma’am. They were always there when I needed their help. They taught me several techniques by which I could ascertain the right answer and complete the test within the given time limit. They encouraged me and made me aware of my abilities. By the end of it, they were more like friends than teachers to me. The others at Princeton Review were also very helpful! They would give me diagnostic tests as per my convenience, helped me track my progress, and would readily answer by incessant questions about the application process. Although it is said that the SAT scores are only one of the factors taken into consideration during the admission process, a good SAT score can significantly enhance your chances of getting admission in a good US university. Princeton review helped me achieve this important milestone.