UPUA Partners with The Princeton Review for Subsidized Test Prep

Last semester, UPUA passed legislation in favor of establishing relations with The Princeton Review over Kaplan to provide subsidized preparation courses for graduate and professional school entrance exams. The contract is set to last for two years, and renewal will be determined based on success rates. Here is information on course offerings and prices:

LSAT Preparation
$1299 for non-Penn State students
$949 for Penn State students and faculty

Accelerated and weekend LSAT courses will be offered at a discounted price

MCAT Preparation
$1999 for non-Penn State students
$1199 for Penn State students and faculty

Customized MCAT courses will be offered at a discounted price

GRE Preparation
$1049 for non-Penn State students
$849 for Penn State students and faculty

An essentials course will be offered at a discounted price

GMAT Preparation
$1249 for non-Penn State students
$849 for Penn State students and faculty

DAT Preparation
$1399 for non-Penn State students
$949 for Penn State students and faculty

OAT Preparation
$1399 for non-Penn State students
$949 for Penn State students and faculty

PCAT Preparation*
$1399 for non-Penn State students
$949 for Penn State students and faculty

The Princeton Review and UPUA have negotiated a payment plan that, after a down payment and $50 service fee are covered, will allow students to pay for courses in four equal payments. The company will also provide financial aid and grant one scholarship for every 15 students enrolled in any of the courses offered. All courses will be held on campus.

* To be offered in 2012

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