TOEFL Tutoring in Albuquerque (New Mexico)

When learning the English language, it is very important to have a mentor or instructor by your side in some capacity, as learning the language requires someone with the ability to notice your mistakes and correct them as you make your way through the different rules of spelling and grammar. Manhattan Review's tutors in the Albuquerque area can help anyone who is looking to improve their performance on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam, and the area's high concentration of Spanish ESL speakers has given them plenty of experience in assisting students who are looking to take the TOEFL and exam and use it to further their academic opportunities. Manhattan Review has a wide variety of options available for tutoring, and we can also offer students who are looking to prepare for the TOEFL exam the ability to take tutoring in-person or online depending on their preferences.

Manhattan Review's tutoring services have a variety of advantages that make them perfect for people looking to get a strong score on the TOEFL exam. They can meet with students both in-person and online depending on their personal preferences. Scheduling is flexible and designed to fit the needs of both the student and the tutor, and in-person tutoring can be done in any mutually agreed upon location in the Albuquerque area. The lesson plans are also customizable and can be adjusted by the tutor to fit the needs and learning preferences of their students. Manhattan Review has been providing tutoring to students since 1999, and the Albuquerque area is one of the best suited to having someone to assist students with their TOEFL preparation. Our tutors have taken the TOEFL for themselves and gotten perfect scores, and since they all speak English fluently, they are ready to help anyone who needs assistance with the exam.

Manhattan Review's alumni who have used private tutoring to help them in preparing for the TOEFL exam have had a long track record of academic and career success upon completing the exam. The high scores on the TOEFL exam have led to students being able to attend prestigious and highly rated universities throughout the United States, with a wide range of schools that include Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Dartmouth, Brown, Carnegie Mellon, William and Mary, University of Vermont, Penn State, Emory, University of California, and many more. Manhattan Review's students who have attended these schools have also been able to make advancements in their post-graduation professional lives, with many going on to work with Fortune 500 companies, including some in the Albuquerque area such as Tempur-Pedic mattresses. Sign up for TOEFL preparation with Manhattan Review today by calling or emailing an academic program advisor to learn more about what Manhattan Review can offer you in your preparation for the TOEFL exam.

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 Albuquerque - 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)

Albuquerque

Primary Course Venue:

Manhattan Review Prep
Marriott Albuquerque
2101 Louisiana Blvd NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110

Phone: (212) 316-2000

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

Meet an Albuquerque TOEFL Tutor: Josh T.

Josh spent most of his childhood in a multilingual household in Santa Fe, with a family that spoke English, Spanish, French, and German. He was able to use these skills in four different languages to take up tutoring throughout his time at school, ranging from assisting students with preparing for the TOEFL exam to teaching students looking to study a second language for school or personal reasons.

Josh has experience in teaching both group courses and doing private tutoring, and has been working for Manhattan Review ever since he moved to Albuquerque after getting married. He tries to use immersion into the English language to help his students grasp the rules by actively taking part in conversation. He spends his spare time outside of tutoring cooking and running.