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FREE practice MCAT, LSAT, GRE, & GMAT from Princeton Review

Date: Saturday, October 25th

Time: 10:00 am

25% OFF*

MCAT®   |   LSAT®   |   GRE®   |  GMAT®

In person Classroom Courses



Promo Code: CLASSROOM25 Offers ends October 31st, 2014


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In Person Live Instruction

Whether you want to be a doctor, lawyer, corporate mogul or professor, a great score will help open more doors to your top-choice schools. Our personalized prep options come with convenient schedules, flexible formats andguaranteed results.  Choose a course that’s held right on Indiana University’s campus and benefit from face-to-face interaction and lessons that are structured to engage you with other students in a dynamic group with lively discussions and collaborative drills.  The Princeton Review has you covered!


Take a FREE Practice Test!
Students are invited to take a free full-length, proctored practice MCAT, LSAT, GRE and/or GMAT at Indiana University on Saturday, October 25th!  All those taking the test will receive a detailed score report outlining strengths and weaknesses on the exam.  This is a great chance to see how you will score on the actual test!



Date: Saturday, October 25th

Time: 10:00 am

Practice tests will fill quickly and space is limited.

Register now by calling 800-2Review (800-273-8439) or by logging on

You must register to attend these eventsProvide the below event ID# when enrolling in a free practice test:


MCAT: # 189687 | LSAT: # 189676 | GRE: # 189698 | GMAT: # 189703



*The 25% discount is valid only on new enrollments between 9/22/2014 and 10/31/2014 in MCAT, LSAT, GRE, and GMAT Ultimate and Fundamentals In-Personclassroom courses.  Discount cannot be combined with any other offer. **Visit for details. Test names are the trademarks of their respective owners, who are not affiliated with The Princeton Review. The Princeton Review name and logo are trademark of TPR Education IP Holdings, LLC, which is not affiliated with Princeton University.