TOEFL Tutoring in Miami
Manhattan Review's TOEFL program is undoubtedly world-class, and our tutors always get results from even the toughest cases. However, we know that not all students learn the same way, and some students thrive best under the instruction of a tutor who is able to give them personalized, one-on-one attention. That is why we are proud to offer TOEFL private tutoring right here in Miami.
Our programs are the most advanced and customizable TOEFL tutoring services available. Our students get one-on-one attention from world class TOEFL instructors right here in Miami, helping Floridians who desire to move to the next level with their education to get the highest score they can on the exam. Our tutors will give you personalized preparation and a learning plan that is customized to focus on, and then strengthen, any weaknesses you may have.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
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)
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Miami Teaching Center at the InterContinental
100 Chopin Plaza
Miami, FL 33131
Phone: (305) 400-4355
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Madeline graduated from the University of Miami with a BA in International Economics and Spanish, with an already growing roster of tutoring gigs as well. Perhaps her unique ability to grasp language skills made tutoring an obvious role for her. Or, it could be owed to her contagious sense of humor and her solid teaching skills. Either way, Madeline is one of our most highly praised TOEFL tutors.
As part of her undergraduate program, Madeline went overseas to teach English as a second language. She was a live in tutor for a Spanish family for a semester, where she taught English to two high school boys. Both boys brought home-improved grades, much to Madeline's delight – not to mention their parents'!
Madeline credits her highly competitive TOEFL results to her love of dabbling in foreign languages, and she has skillfully studied languages from around the world since she was young. She explains that the Romance languages all come from the same roots, and by being fluent in Spanish and French, Madeline has learned how to guess at the meanings of innumerable English words that share roots with words in other languages. This elastic knowledge of language helps Madeline not only to expand her own vocabulary, but also to effectively communicate with her class.
When she's not teaching students how to beat the TOEFL, Madeline enjoys watching all sorts of movies, but especially foreign films, citing Japanese horror movies and French films as her favorites. She adds with a laugh, "Don't tell anyone, but Korean drama shows are my guilty pleasure!"