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Princeton Review joins Beat The GMAT!

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Princeton Review joins Beat The GMAT!

by beatthegmat » Fri Mar 30, 2007 2:30 pm
I am pleased to announce that Matt McIver of Princeton Review will be joining the Beat The GMAT Community as a Resident GMAT Expert. He will be contributing to user discussions around GMAT Verbal and GMAT Math. Matt hails from New York and has a real passion for teaching.

Here's his bio:
Matt McIver has been teaching the GMAT for The Princeton Review since 2000, and is currently a Master Tutor. He also trains the next generation of GMAT teachers for TPR. An actor, writer and director based in New York City, Matt works essentially full-time helping folks get into great schools. In addition to the GMAT he teaches and tutors the LSAT, the Verbal section of the MCAT, the GRE, the SAT, and various SAT subject tests, as well as advising students on college admissions. He has also written content (more test questions!) for TPR’s K-12 division.

When not working with students or budding young teachers, Matt pursues an acting career that has taken him to Europe and 22 US states. Most recently he’s worked with the Subjective Theater in New York. Matt looks forward to working with companies without “The” in their names. He is very much looking forward to answering questions about the content, structure and use of the GMAT.
Please help me in welcoming Matt to Beat The GMAT! He will be contributing under the username "Princeton Review"
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by aim-wsc » Fri Mar 30, 2007 8:17 pm
wow! actor n director for our help!

Welcome to the forums, Matt :) We are so lucky to have such profiles on board.

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by Princeton Review » Mon Apr 02, 2007 3:44 am
Thanks, Eric. I'm really looking forward to chatting with everyone and answering any questions you may have about the GMAT.

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by Nisha1218 » Wed May 09, 2007 3:49 pm
Hey Matt...welcome to the Beat the GMAT community. Do you know Steve Lippman? He used to be a GMAT instructor with Princeton Review?