TOEFL Tutoring in Manhattan

TOEFL private tutoring in Manhattan (New York)

For Manhattan students, success on the TOEFL can be the pathway for any academic ambition. If you are taking the TOEFL to demonstrate your language abilities to undergraduate schools, secure the results that are seemingly beyond comprehension. Manhattan Review understands all the predictability of this standardized exam and can train students to study the right questions and retain the correct answers.

If you're up to your neck in flashcards but your English is incoherent, it's time for you to consider a switch in your study strategies. A premier Manhattan TOEFL tutor can work with you directly in a one-on-one setting to identify your learning obstacles and formulate a plan for you to systematically overcome those hurdles. While sometimes it is best to deconstruct and decipher language in small doses, other students gain a better understanding by looking at the big picture. Do you know what style of test prep will work best for you?

Get the attention of a TOEFL tutor with highly advanced language skills and a proven ability to communicate his or her subject expertise. This high-quality training will transform areas of difficulty into strengths and give your TOEFL scores a dramatic boost. For students living in Manhattan or the New York City metro area, this is the personalized learning plan that will ensure that you are ready to take on the TOEFL.

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 Manhattan - Photo of Student Nan

The accent reduction section is very effective.
- Nan (This student took our Columbia Business School Communication and Culture boot camp.)


Primary Course Venue:

Manhattan Review GMAT GRE LSAT Prep
275 Madison Avenue, Suite 1429
New York, NY 10016

Phone: (212) 316-2000

Meet a Manhattan TOEFL Tutor: Chelsea G.

Chelsea's love for language developed over time and spanned three continents. In high school, Chelsea associated language learning with reading Shakespeare and taking rudimentary courses in Spanish and French. As an undergraduate student at the University of Connecticut, Chelsea's relationship with languages grew to new levels. She spent a semester abroad in Paris, immersing herself in a language and culture completely different from her own. Fascinated by the acquisition of foreign language and her vague embrace of it in high school, Chelsea would spend the following summer abroad in Madrid. She admitted that her early exposure to the languages helped her become tri-lingual, but it was more about employing the most effective techniques to connect abstract ideas with tangible language that rolls off the tongue. That's when this student got her most radical idea of all: She would participate in an English-teaching program in Korea and test her skills with a completely foreign language.

While this was no easy task, Chelsea compared picking up tidbits of Korean with her previous experiences in France and Spain. She soon realized that, 1. She loved learning foreign languages, and 2. She loved teaching English as a foreign language. Chelsea graduated with degrees in French and Foreign Affairs and a minor in Spanish. Now she is bringing her skills and personal experience to TOEFL test prep with Manhattan Review. With Chelsea's test prep methods, you can expect nothing less than customized tutoring services meant to meet individual learning needs. This world-class tutor still loves to travel and explore new places and has her sights set on an African safari with her husband Tom.