IELTS Tutoring in Long Beach (California)

Manhattan Review is Long Beach's top resource for International English Language Testing System (IELTS) preparation. Since 1999, Manhattan Review has been helping students prepare for standardized exams needed to gain admission to postsecondary educational programs. Since our inception, we have worked with international students and have specialized in meeting the unique needs of native speakers of other languages. Students looking to establish English competency using the IELTS can choose from an array of learning plans to best fit their academic and scheduling needs. In Long Beach, we offer on-site and interactive online group courses, customized one-on-one instruction with a learning coach, realistic practice IELTS exams, and consultation services. Call us, email us, or contact us online today to work with one of our academic advisors and choose the best learning plan for you today.

At the beginning of your preparation for the IELTS, you will want to research requirements for the specific program or programs you are interested in. Typically, you can expect the requirement to range from a 5.0 to a 7.5. As you probably already guessed, more selective schools will have higher requirements. Often times the official requirement is not a reflection of the average incoming score. You should think of it more as a basement score, not necessarily the goal. Once you know your goal, you will want to take a practice IELTS to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses. If you choose to take a group course, you can then focus your practice on continuing to improve where you already thrive and work to bring up those other areas. Some students prefer to work one-on-one with a tutor. In this case, your learning coach can help create a customized learning plan to focus on bringing your scores up to your desired goal.

Manhattan Review's former IELTS students in Long Beach and around the world have gone on to gain admission to some of the most elite English-speaking institutions in the world, including the University of California, Los Angeles, Harvard, Cambridge, Oxford, the London School of Economics, the California Institute of Technology, Stanford, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Chicago, Columbia, the University of California, Berkeley, Cambridge, the University of Leeds, and many other great postsecondary institutions. They've pursued bachelor's, master's, doctoral, or professional degrees and gone on to successful careers in a wide array of firms. With more and more jobs requiring English-language skills, our students have used the skills they perfected to advance their careers. Some have been hired by Fortune 500 companies, including Apple, Wells Fargo, Netflix, Prudential Financial, Microsoft, and others. Some decided to return to work for Long Beach's best companies, including Boeing, Epsom America, Inc, Pioneer Electronics, among more. No matter what your future goals are, having advanced English skills open many doors. Begin pursuing your own path to success immediately with Manhattan Review's IELTS prep courses, IELTS private tutoring, and IELTS practice tests for residents of the Long Beach region.

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 Long Beach IELTS Tutor: James U.

James U., a London native, specializes in teaching the IELTS for students hoping to attend English speaking programs, and offers personal expertise and insight into British English for those who are looking to attend institutions in the UK. He also coaches students preparing for the TOEFL. James himself moved to the United States to study teaching English as a second language and has been working with English language learners for the past thirteen years.

Students consistently give James great feedback, saying he is flexible, dynamic, and shows genuine care and concern for his students. He knows the importance of building classroom communities and one-on-one relationships to create a safe place to practice and improve English skills. When James is not teaching, he likes to travel to different vineyards and cooking using ingredients from his own garden.