TOEFL Tutoring in Palo Alto (California)
Manhattan Review is an international education company that provides Palo Alto's most reliable preparation services for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). TOEFL options for Palo Alto students include virtual TOEFL instruction in online interactive format, traditional TOEFL group courses in on-site format, TOEFL individual instruction in one-on-one format, and TOEFL practice assessments. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review's instruction has eased undergraduate and graduate university acceptance for thousands of students in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia. Our highly qualified instructors use engaging methods of instruction to produce stronger TOEFL content skills, more effective TOEFL study techniques, and essential TOEFL testing competencies. For more information on our TOEFL learning plans and ancillary services for students in Palo Alto, contact Manhattan Review at your earliest convenience.
Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses and TOEFL private tutoring for students in Palo Alto and other major world cities are strongly associated with elite university acceptance. Manhattan Review TOEFL clients have entered and completed undergraduate or graduate programs at the English-speaking world's best universities, including Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge, the California Institute of Technology, the University of Edinburgh, King's College London, the University of California-Berkeley, Harvard, Princeton, Johns Hopkins, the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, the University of Chicago, the University of Michigan, the University of California-Los Angeles, Carnegie Mellon, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a number of other fine institutions. Many of our past TOEFL students have established themselves as professionals after finishing their degree programs. Some now work for companies in Palo Alto, including Pagemill Partners, Stanford Federal Credit Union, Varian Medical Systems, Instart Logic, and DAG Ventures. Others have been hired by Fortune 500 firms, such as JP Morgan Chase, Enterprise Products Partners, Walgreens Boots Alliance, New York Life Insurance, and Bank of America.
The TOEFL is an effective exam because it is designed to evaluate the ability to synthesize language skills for functional communication. Although each TOEFL section (reading, writing, listening, and speaking) has a primary focus, there are exercises that draw on at least two of these areas throughout the test. Students who receive high scores on the TOEFL can be confident in their ability to succeed in university coursework and conduct their everyday lives on university campuses. Minimum TOEFL scores can vary quite a bit from university to university, but selective schools almost always expect sectional and composite scores at the upper end of the range. For most institutions, a total score of 100 and sectional scores of 25 each are high enough to meet divisional and departmental standards. Test-takers must, however, make sure that they have a clear understanding of their programs' specific requirements, which may be even higher (especially for teaching assistants). Furthermore, there are a few outliers (such as Princeton and Oxford) that expect scores well in excess of 100.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
The lessons are well-structured. The presentation session is very helpful. The instructor is very friendly and responsive to students’ questions.
- Sanido (This student took our Columbia Business School Communication and Culture boot camp.)
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Palo Alto Teaching Center at the Sheraton
625 El Camino Real
Palo Alto, CA 94301
Phone: (650) 618-5062
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Nate N., a native of San Diego, California, has been a TOEFL educator since 2009. His classroom instruction and individual tutoring has helped over 600 students pass the TOEFL and begin university study at the undergraduate or graduate level. Nate moved to Palo Alto last year after spending the majority of his career in the Boston area, where he was also a high school teacher.
Nate is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania (bachelor's degree in English) and Boston University (master of arts in teaching). According to his students, Nate is a versatile and flexible TOEFL teacher whose instruction is effective for all types of TOEFL learners. Nate is a married father of two young sons, and the family enjoys taking weekend trips together.