TOEFL Tutoring in Seattle (Washington State)
Manhattan Review's TOEFL private tutoring programs in Seattle are the most advanced and customizable TOEFL tutoring services available. Become fluent and master your language skills, and the test questions will become as natural to answer as if you were a native English speaker. Our sensitive private tutors understand that language can be difficult to digest, especially later in life. Many of our accomplished instructors are bilingual or fluent in several languages, so they have an even greater ability to connect to your language comprehension ability. Work with a private tutor to get the personalized attention and one-on-one support to strengthen any of your core weaknesses. Whether it is reading comprehension, grammar, vocabulary or other word-related obstacles, our trained tutors can help you through practice, patience, and our proven course syllabus.
We have broken down the TOEFL exam so you can have the easiest, most effective study plan possible. Instead of wasting your time and energy, you can turn your Seattle studies into the first step toward your college or university education. With a top-percentile score, you can get into the school you want, which will launch your professional path. Invest in the test prep services at Manhattan Review, which have been helping students achieve their personal best since 1999. Together, we can help you gain admission and take your academic achievements as far as you want to go. Learn more about our TOEFL private tutors in the Seattle region to get started today.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
The instructor is patient in his explanation, and he knows the topics really well.
- Chew (This student took our Columbia Business School Communication and Culture boot camp.)
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Seattle Teaching Center at the Sheraton
1400 Sixth Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Phone: (206) 508-1406
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Because Ewan's father was a top-ranking Army officer, the youngster moved around quite a bit as a young child. He spent time in Germany, France, Belgium, and South America before settling into his more-permanent home in Austin, Texas. Ewan became an early learner of different cultures and ways of life, something that fascinated him in his early academic track. He studied International Relations at the University of Texas College of Liberal Arts, and gained his Master of Global Policy Studies at UT as well. During an undergraduate internship to Lima, Ewan met and fell in love with Gabriella, with whom he began a long-term courtship.
Gabriella spoke Spanish as a first language and English as a second, but she and Ewan were able to meet somewhere in the middle. Upon completing his grad school coursework, Ewan returned to South America to propose to Gabriella. The newlywed couple moved to Seattle, where Gabriella scored impressively on her TOEFL exam with the tutoring of her husband. She went on to study at the University of Washington, while Ewan discovered his knack for teaching language. In the midst of his many freelance undertakings, Ewan has been collaborating with Manhattan Review for the past six years. He has helped non-native English speakers gain all the tools necessary to succeed on the TOEFL and gain admission to formidable higher learning facilities. Work with Ewan to discover your strength in language, and you'll be able to succeed anywhere in the world.