IELTS Prep Courses in Chapel Hill (North Carolina)

IELTS Prep Courses in Chapel Hill

Are you a Chapel Hill-area student planning on taking the International English Language Testing System (IELTS)? If you plan on attending an English-speaking college or university and English is not your first, or native, language, you will need to demonstrate your proficiency with this challenging language prior to being admitted. Luckily, there is no need for you to attempt to piece together your own IELTS study program, hoping you are covering the most relevant and pertinent information. At Manhattan Review, our experienced and professional test prep experts have deconstructed the IELTS and know just how to help you obtain the score you need to make your college dreams come true. While any new language can be tough to learn, English is a notoriously difficult language to grasp and requires conversational interaction far beyond simply reviewing English vocabulary words. We are proud to offer the Research Triangle's most comprehensive, flexible, and student-friendly IELTS test prep program, with options that are just right for you and all your test-prep needs. Whether you have been preparing for the IELTS for a while or have only just started thinking about preparing, our world-class instructors will meet you where your learning has taken you and show you how to go farther than you ever imagined. We offer classroom-style group courses, interactive online sessions, and one-on-one private tutoring, ensuring there is always a prep option that works for you and your schedule. 

When you partner with Manhattan Review, you receive access to our industry-leading preparatory materials, as well as our extensive study syllabus, intentionally designed to provide you with everything you need to excel on the IELTS. You also receive the opportunity to learn and practice effective and efficient test-taking techniques and strategies. We have taken all the guesswork out of preparing for the IELTS, and our instructors are eager to share our unparalleled study syllabus with you. If you are seeking the most effective way to take your IELTS preparation to the next level, look no further than the test prep options available through Manhattan Review. For those motivated students looking to take charge of their IELTS preparation, we look forward to guiding you to test-taking success, the same way we have helped countless students across the US and around the world. We have offered world-class test prep instruction since 1999, and we are proud to have retained the services of the brightest and most committed teachers. Those tutors who work for Manhattan Review have obtained their own impressive standardized test scores and have first-hand experience with the IELTS, but they are not only exceptional test-takers…they are exceptional educators with strong backgrounds in teaching and learning theory. They will begin by identifying your unique learning style, helping you leverage the academic strengths you already possess while showing you how to overcome any areas of weakness that might impact your final test score in an unwanted way. 

The IELTS is one of two major exams used by universities in the English-speaking world to assess English language competency (the other exam is the Test of English as a Foreign Language, or TOEFL). The IELTS is a British examination, and it is therefore favored by many universities in the United Kingdom. The TOEFL is an American test, and many U.S. colleges favor it over the IELTS. A number of postsecondary institutions in both the United States and the United Kingdom, however, will accept either the IELTS or the TOEFL, and we advise all of our test prep clients to verify the English requirements of their preferred undergraduate or graduate program. If you have a choice between the IELTS and the TOEFL, the best solution is to try practice versions of both tests, ultimately favoring whichever one is easier for you. It is important to note that there are some clear differences between the two tests…speaking skills, for example, are evaluated by audio recordings on the TOEFL and by in-person interviews on the IELTS. 

The IELTS is graded on a scale of 1 to 9, with higher scores reflecting a better understanding of the English language and a stronger ability to communicate effectively in this language. Schools such as Harvard, Stanford, MIT, and Caltech require a minimum IELTS score of 7 in order to obtain admission to undergrade programs, although incoming students routinely have scores higher than this. Most colleges and universities in the United Kingdom and the United States suggest an IELTS score of 6 to 7 in order to be considered competitive for admission. 

At Manhattan Review, we have designed a variety of standardized test prep options to ensure there is always one that will work for you and your learning needs. We have used our extensive experience in the test prep industry to help students just like you work to their full potential, obtaining the test scores they need to make their collegiate dreams an exciting reality. Whether you prefer learning alongside other students, need the flexibility of online instruction, or prefer the customized learning of private tutoring, we have an option that's just right for you. In addition to helping you master the necessary strategies to improve your IELTS score, we also offer tried-and-true methods of reducing your test-related anxiety, ensuring you are confident and prepared on the day of your exam. Our in-demand professional educators have created a specialized test prep method that is both comprehensive and targeted, helping numerous students gain admission to the leading English-speaking colleges and universities including New York University, Columbia University, MIT, Johns Hopkins University, Duke University, American University, Georgetown University, Harvard University, the University of Chicago, the University of Southern California, Stanford University, the University of Washington, Northwestern University, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Cornell University, Oxford University, the University of Cambridge, the University of California at Los Angeles, Princeton University, and elsewhere. 

If you plan to attend a top-tier English-speaking college or university, set yourself up for the success you deserve and make use of every possible advantage in preparing for the IELTS. When it comes to obtaining a score that will allow you to confidently apply to even the most prestigious collegiate programs, we understand the importance of attending a university with instant name recognizability. We also know exactly how competitive college applications have become, particularly in the Research Triangle, and it is more important than ever to demonstrate a strong grasp of the English language. Attending a respected college or university is the first step towards building the career of your dreams, and in order to be hired by the company you most wish to work for, you will need every advantage possible to help your application stand out. There are always more applications received than there are positions available but graduating from an established collegiate program will draw the attention your hard work deserves. The best way to attend a leading college or university is to obtain an impressive IELTS score, and an impressive score that opens academic doors can be yours when you partner with the test prep experts at Manhattan Review. We encourage you to contact us today to learn more about our IELTS prep options, and we look forward to partnering with you on your journey to personal and professional success.

IELTS In-Person Classic

28 hours in total, Class Course, In-Person

  • IELTS Classic Course

    Chapel Hill, North Carolina

  • Start: Apr 27, 2024

    End: Jun 15, 2024

    11 days left to start

  • Saturdays

    12:00 PM - 03:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

  • IELTS Classic Course

    Chapel Hill, North Carolina

  • Start: May 12, 2024

    End: Jun 30, 2024

    27 days left to start

  • Sundays

    03:00 PM - 06:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

  • IELTS Classic Course

    Chapel Hill, North Carolina

  • Start: May 25, 2024

    End: Jul 13, 2024

    39 days left to start

  • Saturdays

    12:00 PM - 03:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

  • IELTS Classic Course

    Chapel Hill, North Carolina

  • Start: Jun 09, 2024

    End: Jul 28, 2024

    55 days left to start

  • Sundays

    03:00 PM - 06:30 PM

    (Local Time)

  • $1,590.00

    $1,490.00

    Early Booker

IELTS Private Tutoring

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

IELTS Private Course

12 hours in total, Personalized 1-on-1 Course, In Person or Live Online

Meet a Chapel Hill IELTS Tutor: Maria T.

Maria T. was born in Venezuela and lived in the country until she was twelve, at which point her mother was offered an exciting promotion that required the family to relocate to the United States. "I was sad to leave my grandparents and my friends," shares Maria, "but I was also excited to travel to a new country I'd never even visited before. I also was really looking forward to trying American food, because ever since I was a little kid, I've loved growing my own vegetables and helping my mother cook." Maria can't remember a time when she wasn't helping out in the kitchen, learning to combine ingredients and watching baked goods take shape, and when her family relocated to Miami, she quickly came to appreciate the varied culinary offerings of her new home. Thankfully, the family's new house had enough space for Maria to grow a vegetable garden, and the first night she served green beans she had grown and cooked herself, "I was so proud, and I knew I wanted to do something with my life that involved cooking and sharing food with others," she smiles. 

Maria moved to the US with a basic knowledge of English, but she soon found herself overwhelmed by the pace at which her classmates communicated. Her parents arranged for her to take both individual and group lessons to improve her grasp of this notoriously challenging language, and it wasn't long before Maria felt much more comfortable with her English reading and writing skills. In fact, she soon found herself helping other international students improve their own grasp of English, and she even went so far as to found an ESL club during her sophomore year of high school. Maria was surprised at how much she enjoyed helping others learn, and she began to think of ways she might someday combine her passion for cooking with her love of teaching. Due to Maria's impressive academic performance, as well as her high ACT score, she was accepted to numerous colleges and universities, and she ultimately chose to attend Georgetown University, where she majored in education. Maria then attended a world-famous culinary school in France, but rather than accept a position in a European restaurant, she decided to travel and see the world, although she first returned to the United States and obtained her TESOL certificate from American University. Maria then packed her suitcases and accepted a position with an international nonprofit organization focused on teaching English to students.

Maria loved living all around the world, and as she taught English to students, she learned about the local ingredients available for use and began to create recipes based off them. While she shared some of her cooking techniques with the local families of the students she taught, she also took every opportunity she could to learn from them, picking up new skills through first-hand experience. After more than a decade spent in various countries across Southeast Asia and South America, Maria decided she wanted to put down roots and accepted an administrative position with the nonprofit company in Durham. While she continued to offer sought-after cooking seminars in her new home, Maria missed working directly with students, and when a rare opening came up at the Chapel Hill office of Manhattan Review, Maria eagerly applied and was quickly welcomed to the team. Her students appreciate her enthusiasm and experience, and when she isn't helping future college students prepare for the IELTS, Maria can be found tending to a shared neighborhood vegetable and flower garden, teaching cooking lessons at local food venues, and working on her own cookbook, which she intends to publish soon.

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