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The Princeton Review recently declared March 20th National Testing Day and offered free ACT, SAT, and PSAT practice tests to anyone who signed up. It was a great opportunity for students to become more familiar with the nerve racking tests and to find out which areas they struggled with the most.
Students who study with the Princeton Review are guaranteed to see results after studying with expert instructors and comprehensive study materials. The Princeton Review has small class sizes to guarantee personalized attention and customized courses to make sure you can attend a course at a time that is convenient for you.
Luckily for everyone who has to take a standardized test soon, the Princeton Review has extended some of their best offers through early May. So, if you missed out on National Testing Day, but still want help preparing for a standardized test, the Princeton Review has several great options for you to choose from to help you kick standardized testing booty.
Here are the extended offers that the Princeton Review is currently offering:
1. If you are taking the MCAT or LSAT, the Princeton Review is offering $250 off both classroom and LiveOnline courses or tutoring to all students who enroll before May 4, 2010.
2. If you are stressing out about a GRE or GMAT test, the Princeton Review is offering a free LiveOnline fundamental math workshop if you enroll in any GRE or GMAT tutoring, classroom, or LiveOnline course before May 4, 2010.
3. And if studying for the SAT or ACT has got you down, you can save $150 on any classroom, ultimate, online, and LiveOnline course or tutoring course if you enroll before May 3, 2010.