TOEFL Private Tutoring in Edinburgh (Scotland)
The Test of English as a Foreign Language, or the TOEFL exam, can be potentially very challenging. English is a difficult language to learn, and being tested on one's skills in the language can potentially be a stressful situation. Manhattan Review has been helping people learn the English language and prepare for the TOEFL exam since 1999, and is the best resource for ESL students in the Edinburgh area. Students who are looking to take advantage of study resources for the TOEFL can utilize Manhattan Review's group courses, private tutoring, and practice exams to help prepare themselves properly for the day of the test. Manhattan Review's private tutors in the Edinburgh area all have many years of experience with helping the numerous ESL students in the area learn English, and this has given them the experience they need to help future students with the process of preparing for the TOEFL exam.
Students who choose to utilize the practice exams that Manhattan Review offers will find that they are updated annually to reflect the formatting and content of the most recent incarnation of the exam. Manhattan Review's private tutors have many additional benefits on top of their years of experience with helping students get through the TOEFL exam. Manhattan Review private tutors have the flexibility to work with their students either in-person or online depending on what the student feels would be best for their course of study, and students who work with an in-person tutor can use any mutually agreeable location in the Edinburgh area. (Manhattan Review's group courses are also offered both in-person and online.) Manhattan Review's private tutors can also offer their students the ability to customize their lesson plans, allowing students to learn their strengths and plan for the exam according depending on what they feel would be best to ensure a stronger performance.
Students who have taken advantage of the private tutoring services of Manhattan Review have gone on to achieve a stronger command of the English language, a life skill that has served them well independent of the context of the TOEFL exam. Students have also managed to translate their stronger command of the English language into an improved performance on the day of the exam, resulting in a higher score and the ability to choose from a greater variety of colleges and universities. Students from Manhattan Review have successfully gotten into colleges in the Edinburgh area such as University of Edinburgh, and schools outside of the city such as Harvard, Yale, Brown, Emory, New York University, University of Chicago, William and Mary, Columbia, and many others across the globe. Students have also managed to utilize their improved English language skills to help them in their future careers. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more about Manhattan Review's TOEFL preparation options.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
Great Course! The structure and framework for negotiating will be helpful going forward.
- Greg (This student took our Negotiation and Decision Making Seminar.)
Primary Course Venue:
111 Glasgow Road
Edinburgh EH12 8NF, Scotland
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Edinburgh TOEFL Tutor: Elizabeth O.
Elizabeth O. grew up in Georgia and attended Emory College to gain her Bachelor's degree in Spanish, but moved to Edinburgh so she could attend graduate school at the University of Edinburgh while being near family in the area. She currently works as a tutor for various standardized tests with Manhattan Review, including the TOEFL exam, and has experience working as both a group course instructor and a private tutor.
Elizabeth's focus in teaching the TOEFL involves finding out what students do in their everyday lives that could require use of the English language and then helping them to learn the necessary phrases and rules to use English in those contexts. When she is not helping students learn the English language, she likes to spend her free time at Edinburgh's various parks.