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Princeton Review Test Prep

Career and Professional Development Services has partnered with Associated Students of ASU and The Princeton Review to offer free online test prep courses or discounted in-person prep courses. Course types offered include: GRE, GMAT, MCAT, and LSAT.  Discounted classes also available for DAT & OAT.

Option 1: Free Self-Paced Prep (Current ASU students only)

Steps to Register:

  1. Watch a short video to learn more about the partnership and eligibility requirements.
  2. Complete a brief knowledge check and begin your registration.
  3. After completing our knowledge check, you will be contacted by a staff member to complete your registration.

Option 2 – Discounted Prep

  • Ultimate classroom
  • Private tutoring
  • Alumni Faculty, and Staff discount

To learn more, visit:  Arizona State University | The Princeton Review

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