TOEFL Tutoring in San Francisco

The TOEFL doesn't have to be a significant obstacle to your entrance into a San Francisco university. Regardless of whether your English skills are fluent, conversational, or still developing, Manhattan Review's personalized test prep materials and private tutoring can give you all the help you need to pass the test and get started on your academic goals. Let Manhattan Review serve as your embassy to American academia!

The TOEFL consist of four sections: reading, listening, speaking, and writing. Manhattan Review's test prep materials and private tutoring will focus on your needs in each of these areas to produce successful results. Minimum score requirements vary by institution, and we take your target schools into account when preparing a test prep program just for you. If you're taking the TOEFL, don't do it alone. Manhattan Review's excellent course prep materials, accomplished tutors, and helpful staff will ensure that you get the results you want.

Manhattan Review's former international clients are now undergraduate and graduate students at Bay Area schools such as Stanford University, UC Berkeley, and UC Davis, as well as East Coast powerhouses Harvard, NYU, and the Rhode Island School of Design. Many of our former clients have graduated from their chosen degree programs and now play integral roles in top San Francisco companies. Duane Morris, Diamond Foods, Chegg, and Whiskey Media are some of the many San Francisco companies that are currently staffed with our alumni. Other clients have chosen to return to their home countries after finishing their degrees, and have given governmental and non-governmental organizations and businesses around the world the benefits of their American education.

TOEFL Private Tutoring

Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
TOEFL Tutoring
San Francisco
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TOEFL Tutoring
Online
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TOEFL Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online
TOEFL Private Course
Online
  $1,580.00
TOEFL Private Course
San Francisco
  $1,580.00
TOEFL Prep Course San Francisco - Photo of Student Chew

The instructor is patient in his explanation, and he knows the topics really well.
- Chew (This student took our Columbia Business School Communication and Culture boot camp.)

San Francisco

Primary Course Venue:

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San Francisco Teaching Center at the InterContinental
888 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone: (415) 874-7028

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

Meet a San Francisco TOEFL Tutor: Kadir A.

Kadir A. is originally from Morocco, and attended boarding school in France. He first came to the United States to attend Georgetown University, where he majored in international politics at Georgetown's Walsh School of Foreign Service, which is one of the best such programs in the world. Kadir is both multilingual and multicultural. He speaks five languages fluently, so there is a good chance that he can converse with you in your native tongue. He has wide knowledge of popular culture in Morocco, France, and the United States, as shown by his varied interests in Moroccan cuisine, French wine, and baseball (he first became a fan of the Washington Nationals during his undergraduate years).

Kadir also holds a master's degree from George Washington University's Elliott School of International Affairs, where he wrote his thesis on European cultural imperialism in North Africa. He is currently a doctoral student at UC Davis, and is writing his dissertation on cultural assimilation issues in the Arab-American community. For the past several years, he has supported his graduate studies through his work as a Manhattan Review TOEFL tutor and prep coach in San Francisco and Washington, DC, but he doesn't view his work for us as a temporary side job. He finds his efforts on behalf of international students to be both personally gratifying given his own cultural background and crucial to his research into the nature of assimilation in America. When he's not pursuing his own doctoral ambitions and helping others achieve theirs, Kadir relaxes by playing frisbee golf.