|The Princeton Review helps students achieve "Better
scores. Better schools." In 1981, company founder John Katzman
prepared 15 high school students for the SAT with an intensive six-week
course offering a systematic approach to achieving higher test scores.
The Princeton Review now helps millions of students each year to navigate
standardized tests and the college and graduate school admissions
process through its courses, books, software and Web sites.
The Princeton Review recently joined hands with a local partner and
introduced its services in Pakistan. The Pakistan franchise has been
introduced jointly by The Akbar Group of Companies and a team of entrepreneurs
who are operating the franchise under a locally incorporated company
– The Review (Pvt.) Ltd. The Akbar Group of Companies has a
successful track record of introducing high profile brands such as
McDonald’s, Nike, Singapore Airlines, Swiss Air and a host of
The Princeton Review, Pakistan commenced operations in the city of
Karachi in September 2002 and has since opened its office in the city