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Our History

In 1981, John Katzman, founder of The Princeton Review, for the first time ever, trained 15 high school students for the SAT. The intensive six-week course offered a systematic approach to the exam with the sole purpose of raising the kids’ scores.
From then on, and after all the years of research, practice, and preparation invested into the TPR project has let our students obtain the best results alter every course, allowing the consolidation of The Princeton Review Inc. since 2001, when the company went public in the American Stock Exchange Market through NASDAQ under the symbol “REVU”.

As of today, The Princeton Review has more than 5000 instructors and tutors in the United States, Canada, and international franchised offices, such as the one located in Mexico City.


The Princeton Review México

The Princeton Review established a franchise in Mexico due to the huge potential market for test-prep services in the country. In fact, more than 40% of the total number of college students in Mexico are concentrated in the nation’s capital city. Our premises are strategically located in one of the best locations in town.

The Princeton Review Mexico offers prep courses for the official TOEFL iBT, SAT, GRE, and USMLE. These courses are always available, as well as our refresher courses for any program and private one-on-one sessions.

We also offer the following products and services:

  • Coaching in the application process, for both graduate and undergrad studies
  • Search and selection of graduate studies programs
  • Workshops for writing the Application Essay and/Letter of Intent
  • Workshops for writing an effective CV
  • Book sales

Each year The Princeton Review Mexico helps thousands of students, parents, and educators to obtain the highest achievement in the aforementioned standardized tests, facilitating the admissions process to the best universities in the world.