Princeton Review, Sylvan Learning and Living Language Now on Docstoc

by Jason on August 28, 2009

We’re proud to announce that Docstoc is now home to some of the best documents from The Princeton Review, Sylvan Learning and Living Language.

Docstoc users can now access free previews of some of the best guides, tutorials and documents each of these industry-leading companies has to offer. Each company will be featured on the Docstoc homepage so users can view a sampling of each organization’s offerings.

The documents from Princeton Review span the educational gamut, with premier documents for potential college students, medical students, graduate students, law students and any other students currently enrolled in or considering higher education. The Princeton Review focuses on preparation and practice to help students improve their performance in the classroom and on standardized tests.

There are also documents for anyone who wants to learn to speak another language. Originally developed by U.S. government experts for overseas-bound service personnel and diplomats, the Living Language line now includes content in 20 different languages. You can now find excerpts from some of the most popular language books on Docstoc.

Not wanting to leave anyone out of the educational smorgasbord, we also have new content from Sylvan Learning. Sylvan is the leading provider of tutoring and supplemental education services to students of all ages and skill levels. The Sylvan documents on Docstoc are specifically designed for students from Kindergarten to fifth grade and work to improve their abilities in core subjects like vocabulary and reading comprehension.

If you haven’t already, check them all out.

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