TOEFL Tutoring in Pasadena (California)
Pasadena students preparing for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) can meet the score requirements of their graduate or undergraduate degree programs with Manhattan Review's comprehensive TOEFL learning plans. TOEFL services available in Pasadena include private TOEFL tutoring, TOEFL classroom instruction in online interactive format, brick-and-mortar TOEFL classes, and TOEFL practice tests. Manhattan Review is an international test prep firm that has taught thousands of students around the world how to improve their academic English, pass the TOEFL, and begin their university studies. Founded in 1999, our company is known throughout the industry for innovation in TOEFL instruction. Our highly qualified instructors implement rigorous course content using proven course materials and instructional methodologies. You'll learn how to master each TOEFL section, how to most effectively study for the exam, and how to optimize testing strategies such as time management and question selectivity. To learn more about Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses and TOEFL private tutoring in Pasadena, call, email, or contact us online today.
The TOEFL is unlike other standardized tests in terms of how it is considered by universities. Educational Testing Service (ETS), the outfit that administers the exam, has not established any official scoring benchmarks. This means that passing scores are set by universities, schools, departments, and degree programs, and these passing scores are generally all that is required (students usually do not derive any additional admissions benefits for exceeding the institutional minimums). Universities compete for students and the tuition dollars they bring, and TOEFL standards therefore vary widely. They can range from an extreme high of 110 to an extreme low of 60 (in some cases even lower). TOEFL students must make sure they understand the TOEFL expectations of their degree programs, which may not be the same as the requirements of the school or division. Furthermore, some programs have benchmarks for the individual TOEFL sections in addition to total score requirements. For most undergraduate or graduate students, a total score of 100 and section scores of 25 each will be convincing evidence of sufficient English language abilities and therefore good enough for acceptance.
Manhattan Review's professional TOEFL instruction has produced passing TOEFL scores for thousands of students worldwide. Among the schools to which our TOEFL clients have been accepted at the undergraduate and graduate levels are Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Cornell, Brown, Columbia, the University of Chicago, Johns Hopkins, Stanford, the California Institute of Technology, the University of Southern California, Oxford, Cambridge, the London School of Economics, King's College London, the University of Edinburgh, and the University of Toronto. Our former TOEFL students have experienced strong employment outcomes, and they have become successful professionals in numerous fields. Fortune 500 companies, including State Farm Insurance, Berkshire Hathaway, Lockheed Martin, Walgreens Boots Alliance, and Exxon Mobil, have hired our past students, as have Pasadena companies such as Pardee Homes, BuddhaBro, Courthouse News Service, Red Hen Press, and CPO Commerce. With improved language skills, international students can accomplish whatever they wish. Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses and private tutoring in Pasadena will help you get started with your career as a university student.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
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- Nan (This student took our Columbia Business School Communication and Culture boot camp.)
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Pasadena Teaching Center at the Sheraton
303 East Cordova Street
Pasadena, CA 91101
Phone: (626) 243-2270
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Steve P. teaches on-site and online TOEFL prep courses as well as TOEFL private tutoring sessions for Manhattan Review in Pasadena. He has seven years of experience as a TOEFL teacher, and previously worked in the Seattle area (his home town). Steve holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Washington and a master's degree in education from the University of Oregon.
Steve always looks forward to reading the comments on his student evaluations. "He is an outstanding TOEFL teacher and language instructor," wrote one recent client. "In Steve's TOEFL class, I developed the ability to speak English as confidently as I can write in English," said another past student. Steve maintains a full schedule of TOEFL students, but he has a variety of outside interests, including baseball, German literature, and historical films.