The Princeton Review

April 10, 2007 11:21 ET

The Princeton Review Announces Its Inaugural MCAT Summer Bootcamp Offering Intensive Preparation for the Medical School Entrance Exam

NEW YORK--(Collegiate Presswire - April 10, 2007) - The Princeton Review has announced its next generation MCAT preparation program, an intensive six-week residential program that will take place from July 13 - August 19, 2007 at the University of Texas, Austin. It's open to aspiring doctors throughout the world.

The program assembles the most comprehensive and effective MCAT test preparation in the industry with instructors so qualified that they train other instructors and write the materials used in Princeton Review's Hyperlearning MCAT courses. The program includes one-to-one tutoring, thousands of pages of materials, and unlimited access to all AAMC online MCATs. Workshops are also offered in Medical School Admissions and Applications.

On the average, students need to devote between 300-400 hours to prepare for the MCAT. Princeton Review's Ultimate MCAT bootcamp provides 370 hours of instruction in 36 days. With instructors in-house, students can take advantage of these resources while living on one of the country's leading undergraduate and graduate schools, The University of Texas in Austin.

For students who don't have a six week block of time to commit to a residential MCAT preparation program, The Princeton Review offers summer Hyperlearning MCAT classes.

The Princeton Review offers the most comprehensive and effective MCAT test preparation in the industry, and recommends that students begin studying at least 3-4 months before taking the actual test. The Hyperlearning MCAT course includes 102 hours of classroom time and over 4,000 pages of review materials which cover the 550 science and verbal topics on the MCAT. Students who take Princeton Review's Hyperlearning MCAT course improve their scores an average of 10 points of a possible 45 on the actual MCAT, according to an independently verified 2002 study by ICR, International Communications Research. All Princeton Review MCAT courses come with a satisfaction guarantee.

Call 800-2Review (800-273-8439) to enroll or go to for more information. To learn more about our Hyperlearning MCAT program, please visit

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The Princeton Review (Nasdaq: REVU) is a pioneer in the world of education. Founded in 1981 and headquartered in New York City, The Princeton Review offers classroom and online test preparation, as well as private tutoring, to help students improve their scores on college and graduate school admissions tests. The company's free website,, helps over half of university-bound students research, apply to, prepare for, and learn how to pay for their higher education, and helps hundreds of colleges and universities streamline their admissions and recruiting activities. In addition, The Princeton Review works with school districts around the U.S. to measurably strengthen students' academic skills by connecting ongoing assessment with professional development and instruction and by providing districts with college and career resources for both students and guidance counselors. The Princeton Review also authors more than 190 print and software titles on test preparation; college and graduate school selection and admissions; and related topics.

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