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Princeton Review holds US school admission advisory
February 16, 2014, 2:17 pm

Students rejected by colleges and schools they had applied does not necessarily mean that they are not good enough in academics. Several are qualified and have the right to be in good educational institutions, they just did not have a chance to be involved in a review process, which we offer,” commented Vice President of Princeton review Michael Garmel.

The event held at the Marina Hotel was an education and test preparation and admission counseling session organized by ‘Score Plus’ with the Cultural and Education department of the US Embassy in Kuwait. In a presentation, Mr. Garmel explained that the thrust of the review is to afford students the chance to be accepted in their top choices of Universities and Colleges. However since many applicants are similarly qualified, it is the job of the director of admission to evaluate the students based on test scores and records of academic grades. Adequate and proper presentation definitely helps the applicants.

US Embassy Charges D’ Affaires Michael Adler in his opening remarks highlighted the importance of acquiring a good education and that US has one of the best educational systems in the world. He added that the country takes pride in being affiliated to several colleges and universities in the region. He further endorsed ‘Princeton Review’ as an exemplary institution that prepares students for college and university admissions.

Score Plus Education is an education holding group headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The company was established in 2002 with the mission to bring to the region high quality education programs. Score Plus Education has partnership with The Princeton Review, a pioneer and leader in helping students achieve their higher education goals, and inlingua International to offer high-quality language training and intercultural services in many languages Each year 15,000 students take courses at Score Plus training centers in the UAE (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Al Ain, Ras Al Khaima), Qatar, Kuwait and Western India (Mumbai and Pune). Its areas of operations are the following: college admissions test preparation, university admission services, language courses, IT courses, and management training.

- Ricky Laxa

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