TOEFL Tutoring in Prague (Czech Republic)
The Test of English as a Foreign Language, or TOEFL, is a potentially difficult exam due to the fact that learning English as a second language is a challenging process that can potentially take years to master. Students who are looking into learning the English language for the purposes of taking the TOEFL exam may find themselves needing the personalized assistance of a private tutor to help them study. ESL students who are looking for assistance to ensure that they are able to get the most out of the process of preparing for the TOEFL should look to Manhattan Review for the best private tutoring in the Prague area. Students who work with Manhattan Review's private tutors can either utilize them individually or in combination with other options such as group courses and practice exams to allow for the course of study that best suits the needs of the student.
Students who work with Manhattan Review's private tutors to help them with the process of learning the material that is covered on the TOEFL exam are able to utilize a wide variety of benefits to help them get the most out of the study process. Manhattan Review's private tutors can work with their students either in-person or online depending on what the student feels would be best for the process of learning the material, and students who choose to work with an in-person tutor can utilize any mutually convenient location in the Prague area to help them with the process of learning the material. Manhattan Review can also provide students with practice exams that are updated on an annual basis to ensure an accurate reflection of the exam's formatting and content. Manhattan Review's instructors have many years of experience with helping the wide variety of ESL Prague students to learn the material covered on the TOEFL.
ESL students who have worked with Manhattan Review for the purposes of learning the material that is covered on the TOEFL exam have managed to use the guidance they have received to achieve a higher score on the day of the test, and develop a greater understanding of the English language to help them outside of the context of the TOEFL exam. Students who have worked with Manhattan Review for the process of preparing themselves for the TOEFL exam have managed to use the guidance they have received to attend a wide variety of schools, including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, UCLA, Brown, Emory, William and Mary, University of Chicago, Columbia, Oxford, Cambridge, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and many more. Students have also used their improved English language skills to help their careers, including at Fortune 500 companies such as Walmart, Apple, Bank of America, Dell, Microsoft, and many others in and out of the Prague area. Call or email an academic program advisor to learn more.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
I highly recommend Manhattan Review's TOEFL preparation course for anybody interested in taking the exam. I took an intensive course and took the exam only after 4 weeks of classes, and got a 116 score. The teaching method is excellent. It focuses on techniques and strategies that allow students to understand exactly what is required to succeed on examination day. Tutors are very flexible and willing to adapt to the student's schedule, as well as reachable and always ready to help and follow up on whatever the student might need.
- Virginia (This student took our TOEFL classes in NYC)
Primary Course Venue:
Prague Marriott Hotel
V Celnici 8
110 00 Praha 1, Czech Republic
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Prague TOEFL Tutor: Jacob J.
Jacob J. grew up in a bilingual family in the New York City area, speaking both English and Czech when he was younger. He later used the knowledge he had of these languages to begin assisting students who needed help with the English language for exams such as the TOEFL and IELTS, along with the English language section of exams such as the SAT.
Jacob moved to the Prague area after finishing his education at UCLA and used his experience with helping students learn the English language to assist the large ESL population of Prague with their course of study. When not helping students on their standardized tests with Manhattan Review, he spends his free time learning how to play various musical instruments.