The Princeton Review guides millions of students each year through transitions from high school to college to professional studies. Through its courses, books, software, and online services, The Princeton Review offers tips and tools for students, parents, teachers, guidance counselors, and admissions directors.
Having begun in a New York City apartment with fifteen SAT students in 1981, The Princeton Review is now one of the world's leading test-preparation companies, offering courses in over seventy cities in the U.S. and abroad.
Since 1985, Random House Inc. has published books by The Princeton Review. Cracking the SAT is still the only test-preparation book to make The New York Times bestseller list. Our line of books, now over 150 titles strong, is designed to help people through critical stages in their lives, from scoring high on standardized tests, to choosing the right college, to writing great resumes and more.