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[Resolved] Princeton Review, Manya Group, India — Fraud
I started out my sophomore year in college, totally undecided about my future and when I finally reached the idea of doing my higher studies in the US, I arrived at my next dilemma, as to which place I should join my coaching for GRE and TOEFL. Most of my seniors and friends testified that joining 'The Princeton Review' was indeed worth its money, and so I did. I first attended the GRE classes for my Verbal section and it was a thoroughly exciting and inspirational set of classes. One of my greatly dreaded exercises were the Reading comprehensions, but at the end of the 6 weeks I pretty much started liking these tasks as they were made so much easier by the methods taught at TPR. In my final exam I got HUGE RCs but thanks to the splendid training I got I was able to get a healthy score of 570 despite my odds in the verbal section. The Quantitative coaching was also equally good, and they help to hone my skills in answering the really tough questions in the latter part of the test. I got a perfect 800 in Quant . and my overall score of 1370 was more than satisfying, something that wouldn't have been possible without the guidance of my erudite mentors.
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Aug 13, 2020Complaint marked as Resolved