TOEFL Tutoring in Hamburg (Germany)

TOEFL Tutoring in Hamburg

Hamburg students taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) can get the most comprehensive, exacting, and convenient available TOEFL prep from Manhattan Review, an educational services company that has been effectively teaching TOEFL content, study techniques, and test-taking strategies since 1999. Hamburg students can pass the TOEFL with our on-site TOEFL prep courses, online TOEFL prep classes, or private TOEFL tutoring, and we also offer TOEFL practice tests. Whether English-language skills are respectable or still developing, Manhattan Review's TOEFL services will guide you to passing TOEFL scores in the least possible amount of time, leaving more of your schedule available for your primary areas of study. Our TOEFL prep classes and private tutoring are also characterized by convenience in location and flexibility in scheduling. We meet all of the TOEFL prep needs of Hamburg students.

Manhattan Review has helped countless students in Europe, Asia, North America, and Australia receive high test scores and get accepted to top universities such as Oxford, Princeton, Harvard, Stanford, UC Berkeley, Duke, the London School of Economics, Columbia, Georgetown, and Dartmouth. Our students graduate with the skills and knowledge that employers want and need. Our former clients have been hired by many of the most important companies in both the United States and Europe. A partial list of these firms includes Fortune 500 companies such as JP Morgan Chase, State Farm Insurance Companies, Plains GP Holdings, Liberty Mutual Insurance Group, and United Continental Holdings, as well as Hamburg businesses such as K├Ârber Process Solutions, Bigpoint Games, Carlsen Verlag, and Donner & Reuschel. Our students succeed in both academic and professional life.

Manhattan Review's private TOEFL tutoring features customized instruction for test prep learning on a personalized basis. Our TOEFL tutors assess your desired scores, academic background, TOEFL areas of competence and areas in need of improvement, and preferred learning style in order to teach TOEFL prep in the specific ways that work best for you. Our TOEFL private tutoring clients quickly reach the TOEFL scores required by the institutions at which they would like to study. Whether you wish to attend Oxford (minimum TOEFL score of 110); Harvard, Yale, or Princeton (100); or schools such as Boston University (95), Fordham University (90), Hofstra University (80), or Seton Hall University (79), Manhattan Review's TOEFL private tutoring is the fastest route to a passing TOEFL score. Contact us by phone, email, or online to find out more about our TOEFL prep services for Hamburg students.

TOEFL Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online

TOEFL Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
TOEFL Prep Course Hamburg - Photo of Student Victor

Hi Steve! Thanks a lot! I actually got 116 on TOEFL, so I am pretty happy :). 28 29 29 30. Best regards.
- Victor (This student took our NYC class)

Hamburg

Primary Course Venue:

Radisson Blu Hotel
Marseiller Strasse 2
20355 Hamburg, Germany

NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.

Meet a Hamburg TOEFL Tutor: Mikkel J.

Mikkel J. is originally from a small town about 50 kilometers north of Stockholm, Sweden. He was once an aspiring professional hockey player before a knee injury derailed his plans. After the end of his hockey career, Mikkel entered an undergraduate degree program in chemistry at St. Johns University, graduating magna cum laude. He then completed a master's degree at SUNY Buffalo while working for a local chemical manufacturing company. Buffalo was also the site of his first TOEFL prep tutoring job.

Mikkel has now been a TOEFL teacher for six years, and has lived in Hamburg since 2013. His students find him to be equally adept at all four of the TOEFL's testing areas. "Mikkel devised exercises that helped me learn to pronounce the English language, which gave me more trouble than any other skill," said one student. "I could speak and understand English before, but Mikkel helped me translate that to the written language, giving me a level of proficiency that I never had," said another. Mikkel is always pleased by student validation of his work, which he considers the ultimate measure of his value as a teacher.