TOEFL Private Tutoring in Stockholm (Sweden)
Universities in English-speaking countries generally expect non-native English speakers to demonstrate that they are in possession of language skills sufficient for postsecondary study. The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is one of the most widely accepted means of proving that a student's English is at an acceptable level. Manhattan Review is an international test prep company that offers several engaging TOEFL services to residents of the Stockholm region, including on-site TOEFL prep courses, TOEFL private tutoring, online TOEFL instruction, and TOEFL practice tests. All of our TOEFL courses and private tutoring plans build the English skills necessary for high TOEFL scores, by using Stockholm's top TOEFL educators and the industry's most effective and original instructional methodologies. Our students become proficient in TOEFL reading, writing, listening, and speaking by developing study techniques, testing strategies, and intimate knowledge of test exercises. Manhattan Review has been teaching the TOEFL in Stockholm and other world cities since we were founded in 1999, and thousands of clients have reached their score goals via our student-centered instruction.
Elite university acceptance is characteristic of Manhattan Review's diverse international clientele. Our TOEFL clients around the world have become undergraduate or graduate students at top schools such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the University of Oxford, Harvard University, the University of Cambridge, Yale University, Johns Hopkins University, the London School of Economics, Australian National University, McGill University, the California Institute of Technology, Harvey Mudd College, the University of Toronto, Princeton University, and many more. Thousands of Manhattan Review's past TOEFL students have become confident speakers of English with skills sufficient to establish professional lives in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia, and other English-speaking countries. They've been hired by companies on the Fortune 500 list, such as Berkshire Hathaway, Dow Chemical, Bank of America, State Farm Insurance, and JP Morgan Chase. Our TOEFL alumni also populate companies based in cities around the world, including Stockholm firms such as Swedbank, Seamless Distribution Systems, Tobii Technology, Scandic Hotels, and Ericsson. Learn more about Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses and TOEFL private tutoring by contacting our Stockholm office today.
Students preparing for the TOEFL should begin the learning process by ensuring that they are familiar with the minimum TOEFL requirements of their degree programs. This is not always as easy as it sounds, because TOEFL standards can exist at several administrative levels within a university. It is not unusual for university colleges, departments, and degree offerings to have three different sets of TOEFL benchmarks. Furthermore, some schools have distinct TOEFL requirements for each type of admission. Full acceptance may be associated with a different score level than provisional acceptance, and candidates for teaching assistantships may be expected to produce higher scores than applicants who do not intend to teach. Finally, some programs have total score and sectional score requirements. At Manhattan Review, we advise our students to set initial score goals of 25 for each section and a total of 100, which can be adjusted as necessary. These scores can be achieved by students who receive professional instruction, if they devote sufficient effort to their studies.
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.)
Sheraton Stockholm Hotel
Stockholm 101 23, Sweden
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Peter A. was born and raised in Copenhagen, Denmark. His postsecondary education was completed entirely in the United States, and he holds a bachelor of science in computer science from the University of Georgia and a master's degree in education from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He has lived in Stockholm since 2016.
Peter has been teaching the TOEFL for seven years, and his classroom and individual clients have gained acceptance to top universities in all of the major English-speaking countries. His teaching style is flexible enough to accommodate students from many different backgrounds, and he is known for a warm and friendly classroom presence. When he's not teaching, Peter is an avid mountain climber.