TOEFL-Tutoring in Vienna (Austria)
Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that was founded in New York City in 1999 by a business school professor and German immigrant to the United States. We quickly expanded our test prep offerings to serve major cities in Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America. Our TOEFL prep options for Vienna students include on-site TOEFL prep classes, TOEFL classroom instruction in online interactive format, TOEFL private tutoring, and TOEFL practice tests. Manhattan Review's TOEFL clients have shown a high degree of success in both the academic and professional spheres. They've been accepted to highly selective undergraduate and graduate programs at universities such as Oxford, the London School of Economics, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Dartmouth, Brown, and Cornell. After completing their elite degree programs, they've accepted lucrative job offers at Fortune 500 companies and Vienna businesses, including General Electric, Wells Fargo, Freddie Mac, United Technologies, A-TEC Industries, E. Fessler, Goldscheider Ceramics, and Uniqa Insurance Group.
Manhattan Review's private TOEFL tutoring is custom-designed to meet each student's individual TOEFL prep needs. Our personalized TOEFL learning programs are based on student characteristics such as TOEFL score requirements, current level of English-language proficiency, primary area of academic study, and optimal learning style. In addition to its maximum level of effectiveness, our individual learning plans are the fastest available method of receiving acceptable TOEFL scores. Our tutors break down each of the TOEFL's four sections (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) and focus on the exact material that a given student needs to learn in order to reach the TOEFL scores required by their prospective degree programs. This method of TOEFL instruction saves our students both time and effort, which is ultimately well worth the cost. Time saved in TOEFL prep can be devoted to other factors in the university admissions process, improving overall student prospects.
TOEFL requirements vary by institution, department, and degree program, and there is no universal standard. The majority of schools require scores that fall between 80 and 100, but there are plenty of outliers both above and below this level. The high end is represented by Oxford (110 for most types of students), Princeton (108 for undergraduates and graduates), Harvard (109 for MBA students and 104 for students in the Graduate School of Education), and Carnegie Mellon (102 for undergraduates). Schools and programs with far more modest TOEFL requirements include the Florida Institute of Technology (79 for all students), Purdue University (79 for undergraduates and 77 for graduates), the Illinois Institute of Technology (80 for undergraduates and 70 for graduates), and Arizona State University (a general standard of 61). Manhattan Review's TOEFL private tutoring is designed to ensure that our students reach the TOEFL scores that are relevant for them.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
My classes with Mr. Scheno were perfect to prepare for the actual TOEFL test – I can give my total recommendation for attending his classes. During our first appopintment he analyzed my strengths and weaknesses to set up my personal course syllabus. These customized classes improved my writing, speaking, reading and listening abilities a lot and raised my confidence to succeed the TOEFL test, which I in fact succeeded. At any time, Mr. Scheno responded rapidly and accurately to my questions and was available even beyond classes. It was a great and successfull experience to work with Mr. Scheno. Many thanks!
- Mirco (This student took TOEFL tutoring)
Primary Course Venue:
Vienna 1037, Austria
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Vienna TOEFL Tutor: Chloe R.
Chloe R. was born and raised in Nice, France, where both of her parents were teachers at a local boarding school. She took the TOEFL after getting accepted to Princeton University and scored a 119 (which is only one point short of perfect). She completed bachelor's and master's degrees in philosophy at Princeton, and then began her teaching career at a private high school in New York City.
Chloe was first hired by Manhattan Review's main office in 2011, and she has taught TOEFL prep in New York and Vienna to current and past students at Cornell, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, Yale, and the University of Virginia. She has been on the faculty of a Vienna international school since she moved to the city in 2013. In her spare time, Chloe enjoys swimming, American musical theatre, and cooking the distinctive cuisine of her native region.