TOEFL Tutoring in Stamford (Connecticut)
Manhattan Review is Stamford's best resource for comprehensive Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) preparation. We offer a series of rigorous and engaging TOEFL learning options, including customized TOEFL tutoring, on-site TOEFL prep courses, online classes for the TOEFL, and TOEFL practice tests. Our superior TOEFL classroom instructors and private tutors will show you how to master TOEFL reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills for strong sectional and total TOEFL scores. We use engaging and innovative instructional methodologies to develop TOEFL content skills, testing abilities, and study strategies that maximize TOEFL performance. Founded in 1999, Manhattan Review has taught thousands of students around the world how to pass the TOEFL and assimilate into the communities of their chosen universities, and no other test prep firm has more experience with international students. Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses or private tutoring in Stamford will help you become a better undergraduate or graduate student.
High test scores usually lead to selective university admission, and at Manhattan Review, this is our main goal. Our TOEFL clients have been accepted to the top universities in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. A brief list of these schools includes Cambridge, Harvard, the University of Toronto, Australian National University, Princeton, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Auckland, King's College London, Johns Hopkins, Columbia, UC Berkeley, McGill, the University of Melbourne, the University of Chicago, and the University of Virginia. Language proficiency also helps international students establish themselves as professionals. Past Manhattan Review TOEFL clients have been hired by Fortune 500 companies (such as Dow Chemical, Twenty-First Century Fox, JP Morgan Chase, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance, and Bank of America) and by firms in Stamford (including Hexcel, NBC Sports Group, General Reinsurance Corporation, Charter Communications, and United Rentals). Get started on Stamford's most effective TOEFL prep right away by contacting Manhattan Review for details on our TOEFL prep courses or TOEFL private tutoring.
TOEFL score requirements must be thoroughly understood by TOEFL students, and this is a good starting point for TOEFL study. Most university divisions have TOEFL minimums, but these may or may not be observed by specific departments or individual degree programs. It is not uncommon for, say, a graduate school of arts and sciences, an English department, and a PhD in English program to have three different sets of TOEFL benchmarks. We advise our clients to carefully review the websites and ancillary materials of all programs they are considering, in order to make sure that they are familiar with their specific requirements. Minimum TOEFL scores can be as low as 60 or as high as 110, and there can also be distinctions between various types of admission. A total score of 100 and sectional scores of 25 each will prove the necessary language skills at the vast majority of institutions, but this can and does vary.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
The accent reduction section is very effective.
- Nan (This student took our Columbia Business School Communication and Culture boot camp.)
Mary Y. has been a TOEFL classroom instructor and one-on-one tutor for Manhattan Review in Stamford since 2017. She taught TOEFL prep in the Los Angeles area for seven years before relocating to Stamford, and she also has nine years of experience as a high school English teacher. She currently lives in downtown Stamford with her husband, three children, and two dogs.
Mary was educated at the University of Texas-Austin (bachelor of arts in English) and the University of California-Los Angeles (master of education). Her TOEFL students have been admitted to selective universities all over the United States and in several other countries as well. Although work and family keep her very busy, she has a variety of outside interests, including literature, art, and music.