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Name  Adam Robinson

Role  Educator
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Education  University of Pennsylvania, University of Oxford, Evanston Township High School
Nominations  Goodreads Choice Awards Best Poetry
People also search for  John Katzman, Geoff Martz, Karen Lurie
Books  What smart students know, Word Smart: Building, Cracking the New SAT, Word Smart II: How to B, The RocketReview Revolutio

Adam robinson

Adam Robinson is an American educator, freelance author, and a US Chess Federation life master. He is the co-founder of The Princeton Review. He currently works as a global macro advisor to the heads of some of the world's largest hedge funds through his company Robinson Global Strategies. In 2016 and 2017, he was interviewed by Tim Ferriss.


Robinson co-authored Cracking the SAT with John Katzman, the only test preparation book ever to become a New York Times best seller. His other books, which include Cracking the LSAT, What Smart Students Know, and The RocketReview Revolution, have received high acclaim from students and educators.

Personal life

Born in Manhattan in 1955, Robinson attended Evanston Township High School in Illinois and was second board on the National High School Chess Championship Team his senior year, having studied the game with Bobby Fischer. He received his graduate degree in jurisprudence from Oxford University after receiving his undergraduate degree in finance and accounting from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He currently lives in Manhattan and is an active Twitter user.


  • What Smart Students Know: Maximum Grades. Optimum Learning. Minimum Time. Three Rivers Press, (1993). ISBN 0-517-88085-7.
  • Cracking the SAT with John Katzman. Villard Books, (1986). ISBN 0-394-74342-3.
  • The Rocket Review Revolution: The Ultimate Guide to the New SAT. NAL Trade; (2006). ISBN 0-451-21946-5.
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