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USC to partner with Princeton Review, provide test prep for students across nation

Continuing Education and Conferences will soon partner with Princeton Review, one of the nation’s leading test preparation services. This prestigious partnership provides students with an opportunity take advantage of the organization’s data-driven results.

“This shows, as the flagship university of South Carolina, that Princeton not only sought us out as a client but also wanted to develop a partnership with us,” says James Tennenbaum, coordinator of pre-university programs . “It shows the brand we have on the market, a brand of excellence and a kind of standard.”

Beginning in February 2023, students will be able to take classes preparing them for the MCAT, DAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT and NCLEX. The courses will be delivered in an online format, making them available to students across the nation. 

Most of the classes contain extensive live instruction with regular meeting times, along with comprehensive exam questions and practice assessments, online drills with explanations, and access to books and instructors. The self-paced MCAT, GMAT, GRE and NCLEX-RN courses can be taken asynchronously.

“One of our priorities as an office is continuing to make educational opportunities available to our students and our community, and this hones in on that mission of providing access and opportunities for students to be successful,” says Kendrick Reed, interim director of Continuing Education and Conferences. “This opportunity ties directly into our lifelong learning philosophy.”

Registration has begun for all courses and will close eight days before the start of classes. Military members, senior citizens, and USC alumni, students, faculty and staff will receive a 10 percent discount for registering through codes found under the Continuing Education and Conferences policy page.

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