TOEFL Tutoring in Tulsa (Oklahoma)
ESL students in Tulsa who are looking for individualized assistance with the Test of English as a Foreign Language (or TOEFL exam) should look to Manhattan Review for a potential source of private tutoring services. Manhattan Review has been providing private tutors for the TOEFL exam and other standardized tests since 1999 and is the best resource in the Tulsa area for students who are preparing to learn a new language and use it on the TOEFL exam. Manhattan Review's private tutoring services can either be taken advantage of individually, or in combination with the group courses and practice exams that Manhattan Review also offers as study options for students looking for additional methods of preparation for the TOEFL exam. Manhattan Review students can take advantage of the unique benefits that come with our study packages in order to ensure the strongest possible performance on the day of the exam.
Students who work with a Manhattan Review private tutor have the ability to work with the instructor either in-person or online depending on what they think would be best for their course of study. (Students also have this option for Manhattan Review's group courses.) Manhattan Review's private tutors also offer the ability to customize their lesson plans as needed to ensure that their students cover the material on the TOEFL exam as they see fit. Students who choose to work with one of Manhattan Review's tutors in an in-person context have the ability to choose any mutually convenient location in the Tulsa area to proceed with their studies. Manhattan Review's instructors have many years of experience with helping their students in both a private tutoring and group course context with the process of learning the English language. Manhattan Review's practice exams are updated on an annual basis to accurately reflect the TOEFL's current formatting and content.
Students who have worked with Manhattan Review during the process of preparing for the TOEFL exam have gained both a higher score on the day of the exam that has led to more opportunities, and gained a greater grasp of the English language that has generally helped them in their life aims. Manhattan Review students have been able to use their higher scores on the TOEFL to attend a wide variety of schools, including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Emory, Brown, New York University, University of Chicago, UCLA, Penn State, Princeton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oral Roberts University, University of Tulsa, and many more. Students have also been able to translate their improved grasp of the English language into careers with various companies, such as Tulsa-based US Beef and QuikTrip, along with Fortune 500 companies such as Walmart, Dell, Microsoft, Bank of America, and many others. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
My classes with Mr. Scheno were perfect to prepare for the actual TOEFL test – I can give my total recommendation for attending his classes. During our first appopintment he analyzed my strengths and weaknesses to set up my personal course syllabus. These customized classes improved my writing, speaking, reading and listening abilities a lot and raised my confidence to succeed the TOEFL test, which I in fact succeeded. At any time, Mr. Scheno responded rapidly and accurately to my questions and was available even beyond classes. It was a great and successfull experience to work with Mr. Scheno. Many thanks!
- Mirco (This student took TOEFL tutoring)
Nathan T. was born and raised in the Oklahoma City area but moved to Tulsa because he wanted to live in an even more urban area while still enjoying Oklahoma. He grew up in a family that spoke multiple languages and helped students to learn English for the TOEFL and IELTS exams while he was in college at Northwestern University.
Nathan's approach to teaching his students the English language involves gradually escalating the material from the typical starting points of learning the English language until the student has developed a well-rounded understanding of the material. When not teaching students the material on the TOEFL and other standardized tests, Nathan likes to travel and read books in foreign languages.