TOEFL Private Tutoring in Rome (Italy)
Students who are preparing themselves for the Test of English as a Foreign Language may find themselves desiring individualized attention to help them with the process of learning the English language and overcoming their own barriers with the material on the exam. Manhattan Review has been providing students with private tutors and other preparation options for the TOEFL exam since 1999, and remains the best option for students looking for assistance with standardized test preparation in the Rome area. Manhattan Review can provide students who are looking for help with the TOEFL exam with options including group courses, private tutoring, and practice exams that can be taken in any combination the student sees appropriate for their course of study. Students who take advantage of the variety of choices that Manhattan Review can potentially provide to them will also find that they come with a variety of benefits that make them the best choice for TOEFL students in Rome.
Students who work in either a group course or with a private tutor with Manhattan Review have the ability to work either online or in-person depending on what they feel is the best choice for them. Manhattan Review's instructors have helped many ESL students with the TOEFL and IELTS exams, and they also offer the ability to customize their lesson plans as necessary to ensure a student has the ability to adjust as necessary and deliver a more well-rounded performance on the day of the standardized test. Students who choose to work with a private tutor in-person have the ability to choose a mutually convenient location in the Rome area that allows both parties to have an easier time with the commuting process. Manhattan Review's practice exams and group course curriculums are updated on an annual basis to ensure that they are an accurate reflection of the exam's current formatting and content.
Students who have taken advantage of the services offered by Manhattan Review for their TOEFL exam preparation have gained a stronger grasp of the English language that has served them well on both the exam and in other life pursuits that require a stronger grasp of English. Students have managed to use their TOEFL scores to gain admission to a wide variety of colleges that take the TOEFL, from Rome's own Sapienza University of Rome, to schools such as Harvard, Yale, Penn State, UCLA, University of Chicago, Northwestern, Rice, Columbia, New York University, University of Vermont, and many others across a wide variety of locations. Students have also managed to translate their greater command of English and stronger scores on the exam into positions with a wide variety of companies. Call or email an academic program advisor today to learn more about Manhattan Review's options for preparing for the TOEFL.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
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:
Fortyseven Hotel Rome
Via Luigi Petroselli 47
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Greg B. was born and raised in the Rome area with a family that spoke multiple languages. After finishing his Master's degree in French at UCLA, he returned to the Rome area and began working as a teacher and tutor for students in the area looking to learn new languages, including students preparing for the TOEFL and IELTS exams, with Manhattan Review.
Greg speaks English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Latin and is currently working on other languages. His grasp of a wide variety of different languages allows for him to help students with both the immersive approach of sticking entirely to English, or occasionally dipping into other languages as necessary. When he is not teaching or tutoring students, he likes to play the piano and drums.