TOEFL Tutoring in London
Oftentimes, the one-on-one attention of a private tutor is necessary to bring a student to his or her full potential for success. At Manhattan Review, we have been working with students seeking top scores since 1999. We cultivate learning environments for students to thrive. We also have an inside understanding of how standardized exams work. As a result, we're able to deliver that information to you and break it down to help you achieve your best.
If you have been studying for the TOEFL, you recognize that learning English as a second language is challenging. Perhaps you are having a mental block from the complexities of grammar or the memorization of countless flashcards of vocabulary words. Whatever your challenge, you can work with an expert TOEFL tutor who can diagnose and then repair these areas of difficulty. Strengthen your weaknesses and improve your language skills drastically with the direct focus of a private tutor. Available to meet conveniently in London, our tutors will help you and accommodate your busy schedule. As a result, you'll get the one-on-one attention you need to succeed on your own timeline.
No matter what college or university you aspire to attend, solid standardized test scores open the door for entry into higher learning. As you prepare for the TOEFL, equip yourself with the tools and resources that will ensure your candidacy at the school of your choice. Our services in London have had a track record for past success, as our students have graduated from Oxford, Cambridge, University of London, and other top contenders in the UK. If the British programs are not what you have in mind, you can join the ranks of our past students who are now alumni of Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Stanford, MIT, and numerous other top-ranked, internationally recognized institutions. Our exemplary English-language tutors in London are ready to help you boost your TOEFL score today.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
Helpful! Very thorough.
- Kate (This student took our Negotiation and Decision Making Seminar.)
88-90 Hatton Garden
London EC1N 8PG
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Erika studied Linguistics at the undergraduate level at Princeton University. Here, she learned how to think about language from an outside-the-box approach. Language was more than simply the sum of its parts; words themselves were beautiful objects of study. Well, that's how it started. By senior year, Erika was craving a more practical application of her wordsmith ways. Sure, it was fun to analyze and deconstruct language, but what else could this experience become in the future? After her husband had an opportunity to travel to London on business, Erika and he had a long discussion resulting in a rather unexpected decision: The pair was London-bound for the long haul. Academically, this turned out to be the ideal situation for Erika. She continued her studies at Cambridge and began teaching English as a Foreign Language by her first year there. She's even dabbled in evening classes in Law at University College London.
Nowadays, Erika teaches the ins and outs of language in small groups to tap into each student's learning roadblocks – equipped with resources and routes to overcome those hurdles. In her spare time, Erika is devoted to her amateur photography, snapping photos of the cathedrals and magnificent architecture surrounding London. She's also a people person who has made many new and lasting friendships in her new country of residence. She and her husband recently welcomed the newest addition to their family, Amelia Grace, whom Erika hopes will be an award-winning novelist – or whatever else she so chooses – when she grows up.