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Princeton Review course review (BALI NAGAR, Raja Garden)
December 26 | 2012

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       By tish joined: December 26, 2012 | 1 | 0 | non-native speaker
Improvement:  0 Points  |  Verbal:        |  Quant:      
This review is for:   GMAT Private Tutoring | Location:   New Delhi, India | Taught by:  SAPNA DUDEJA
Guys,

This is my first post, and I wanted to write this especially for people who are looking to take guidance from Princenton Review Gmat course. This happened with a month back (at PR'S Bali Nagar branch in Delhi), and I would never want somebody else to experience this. Below is an email I wrote to Princeton Review, and following was Princeton Review's reply.

Hello to team Princeton Review,

I have been following Princeton Review for a long time for academic help in different phases of my life. I have always been a firm believer about the services offered by Princeton Review. It was only because of this reason that I joined your Gmat coaching center in Delhi (BALI NAGAR, RAJA GARDEN). But unfortunately except your content (which was also very BASIC), there was nothing much to gain here. The verbal tutor (SAPNA DUDEJA) initially showed a keen interest on bringing me on board but then the tutor gradually failed to even stand up as a dependable, cooperative, & a knowledgeable faculty.

I spend Rs. 26000 on one-to-one verbal tuition only--but I was only given 2 classes (one-to-one) while the rest I was suggested (rather pushed by the verbal tutor) to move into a group as it was convenient for her. All this was washed in mere 14 days. The verbal tutor had last comments in the following manner: "Your classes are over! You will have to pay more to get more no. of hours here."

I am not writing this because I want to make a point but rather because it is about a student's future which is on stake here. I will never want anybody else to suffer the way I suffered.

Moreover Princeton Review is a big and a dependable name; your services do not match the essence here, at all.

Sorry about that.

Thank you.


PRINCETON REVIEW'S REPLY


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Respectfully,

The Princeton Review Team

Guys they never got back to me. Anyhow I wasn't expecting much from them after this sour experience. Yet an apology or some kind of consideration would have been great.

Tish.

(Do message me in case you have any further questions from me.)
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1 Created by anantharya on September 11, 2013
I beg to differ on the above statement......I have also studied at Princeton and took classes at princeton rajagarden from Sapna Dudeja. I scored 690 on my GMAT. After finishing of with the course I was given the doubt sessions as a 1 on 1 without any additional charge. In fact this was my second attempt for GMAT and the classes for that were given as well without any additional charge. So putting a blame on the faculty because of your lack of abilities is not a good idea. And if they are charging extra, you could have clarified from the HO rather than putting the blame on the faculty quality as the instructions are given by the center head and not by the faculty. The study material of Princeton and the student portal are useful tools for gauging the score improvements and have helped me to score well on my gmat. So I would recommend everyone to go for THE PRINCETON REVIEW and meet the trainers and then decide for yourself.