After a comprehensive review of a multitude of GRE prep courses from both small and large companies, we have decided to rank the Princeton self-paced course as the best course in the market. In making this decision, we considered important factors to consider like cost, content review, books, practice exams, and test-taking skills taught on standards of both quantity and quality.
24 hours of pre-recorded lessons covering all topics on the GRE.
8 computer practice exams.
3,500+ practice questions
Course re-take at no extra cost*
Signing up for any of the Princeton Review courses affords you access to eight full-length practice tests with follow-up diagnostic reports to help you identify your main areas of weakness and to track your progress through the length of the course. In addition to the practice tests, you also get access to a variety of online resources, including "content drilling tools" and a jam-packed video library of lectures on all of the GRE topics.
While we think that the on-demand course is the best value and course overall, there are multiple options available for a student who might want more involvement from an instructor who obtained a top score on the GRE, from private tutoring, to group courses, to simple Q&A sessions, both live and in-person.
As a Princeton Review on-site or online student, you are entitled to repeat your course for any reason at no extra charge. If you don't do well on the GRE, or you simply want to push your exam date back, simply re-enroll in the Princeton Review course. The caveat here is that you must attend all course sessions, finish all assigned practice tests, and complete all homework assignments during your initial course attempt, and you must re-enroll within a certain time-limit.
Many top companies have Q&A forums that students can post on and get questions answered, regardless of what course they have purchased. The Princeton Review GRE course does not have this.
GRE Self-Paced Video
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