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Students Lean Toward Green Colleges

Money is always a concern, but college students of the 21st century have a new definition for the “green” associated with going to school. Incoming college freshmen are adding eco-friendly attributes to their lists of criteria when choosing a college. Colleges and universities across the country having been demonstrating an increasing commitment to sustainability and their efforts are paying off.

Financial aid, dorm conditions, degree programs, location, college size and a plethora of other factors still help determine student decisions but the “green” factor on campus is proving to climb the list. When comparing schools, many students now look at how colleges are addressing their carbon footprint and reducing damaging effects. To aid students in their eco-friendly quest the Princeton Review has released a guide to 311 colleges and universities that demonstrate the most dedication to going green. The list includes 308 schools in the U.S. and 3 in Canada.

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Free SAT, ACT and PSAT Testing During Test Fest

Princeton Review LogoMarch is The Princeton Review’s National Test Fest, and to celebrate, they’re offering free practice college-entrance exams. Taking a practice test not only gives you the opportunity to get familiar with the test format, it also can help you figure out where you need improvement and how to best prepare for the actual exam.

The Princeton Review also offers high school students an evaluation tool to help them determine if they will do better on the ACT or SAT. Called The Princeton Review Assessment (PRA), it helps you make the most of your options as more and more colleges and universities accept both exam scores.

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The Princeton Review Now Offers College Admissions & Financial Aid Courses

The Priceton ReviewResearching colleges can seem like an overwhelming task, and it may be difficult to know where to begin. Sites like ours can be a great place to start, but you may wish to speak with an expert about your specific needs. That’s why The Princeton Review has created new courses to help you navigate the college selection process. They are also offering financial aid courses, that can save you hundreds in the long run.

These courses are offered in a convenient LiveOnline seminar format. Parents and prospective college students can ask The Princeton Review’s experts all their hardest questions about the admissions process or applying for financial aid. They can help you with everything from filing the FAFSA to finding unique resources of financial aid. Students will also have access to recordings of their sessions for 120 days on their computers.

The classes range from $69.00 to $199.00, but EduInReview is offering our readers a special 10 percent discount on College Admissions & Financial Aid Courses, in addition to all test-prep classes.

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Save on Test-Prep with Limited Time Offers from The Princeton Review

Test Prep CoursesMany studies have shown that students who enroll in test-prep courses perform better on standardized test than those who don’t. But worrying about the cost of these courses shouldn’t be an additional source of stress. Here to help are special discounts for anyone who’s planning on taking the MCAT, SAT, ACT, GRE or GMAT from The Princeton Review. They offer a variety of classroom and online classes, you can fit test-prep into even the busiest of schedules and are one of the leaders in the field.

These limited-time offers include:

  • Save $225 on a GMAT Classroom course if you enroll between January 14 and February 15.
  • Save $225 on an MCAT Classroom or LiveOnline course if you enroll before February 2.
  • Save $175 on an SAT or ACT Classroom or LiveOnline course if you enroll before February 15.
  • Save $225 on a GRE Classroom or LiveOnline course if you enroll between January 14 and February 15.

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Free Princeton Review Webinar with an Admissions Expert

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Applying for college can be extremely stressful. There are so many things to consider: SATs, ACTs, your GPA, writing essays for applications, asking for letters of recommendation. Here to help you find your way through the college application maze, is Rob Franek, the author of The Best 373 Colleges. Hosted by The Princeton Review, Franek is giving a free “Getting In” online seminar.

The free webinar will cover everything you need to know about getting into college and financing your education. Franek will discuss all the aspects of the college admissions process. You’ll also be able to ask him any lingering questions you may have.

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MCAT Live ONLINE from Princeton Review

mcat live onlineIf you’re looking for rigorous MCAT prep with a convenient format and guaranteed results, MCAT Live ONLINE might just be the perfect option for you as you prepare for one of the most important exams of your life.

MCAT Live ONLINE class sessions take place through Elluminate®, a state-of-the-art online platform that lets you chat and collaborate with your teacher in real-time using two-way headsets, online whiteboards, and file sharing capabilities, all from the comfort of your computer. Elluminate is an entirely web-based technology, so your sessions can take place anywhere as long as you have access to an Internet connection.

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Princeton Review Offers Special Discounts

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Just in time to meet your summer test preparation goals for the MCATs, GMATs, GREs and LSATs, the Princeton Review is offering some great time-limited offers.

The Princeton Review’s Greenest Schools

green collegesSince 1991, the Princeton Review has created guidebooks to help students find a college that is perfect for them. These guidebooks factor in everything students would be concerned with, from academics to campus life to majors.

This year, the Princeton Review has released its first annual Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges – just in time for Earth Day.

The Princeton Review collaborated with the U.S. Green Building Council to create the guide, which is 200-pages long and is offered for free online. For students who are interested in attending a green school, this book is a gift from up above.

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Princeton Review Offers Discounts for Classroom and LiveOnline Courses

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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.

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Take Advantage of National Testing Day to Improve Your Test Score

the princeton reviewTaking the SAT, ACT, or PSAT is a nerve racking experience. I froze up my first time taking the ACT and didn’t finish the math section. I knew how to do it; it was just new and scary. It would have been awesome if I had been able to take a practice test beforehand. That way I would have known what to expect, how to pace myself, and known where to spend most of my time, based on my strengths and weaknesses.

Evidently the people at the Princeton Review have heard several people share my same concern. They have declared March 20, 2010 as National Testing Day they are offering a free full-length, SAT, ACT, or PSAT practice test to anyone who signs up.

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