TOEFL Private Tutoring in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)
Riyadh students taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) can effectively and efficiently reach their required TOEFL scores with Manhattan Review's private TOEFL tutoring and TOEFL prep classes. Our customized TOEFL tutoring can accommodate the entire range of student needs with respect to TOEFL prep. Individual learning programs are designed for each student according to English language ability, academic background, and the TOEFL score requirements of specific institutions. We can tailor our learning plans to any given set of student attributes, regardless of where a student wishes to study or the current level of their English-language skills, and we teach with special attention to the high degree of variation in passing TOEFL scores. Overseas applicants to Oxford University, for example, will need a score of 110 to be considered for acceptance, and Ivy League schools such as Harvard or Yale require a 100. Other institutions, however, have lower passing standards. At Fordham University, a 90 is acceptable, and a score of 80 is good enough for George Washington University. An applicant to Portland State University can get by with a 68, and the University of New Mexico's undergraduate minimum is just 61. Manhattan Review's personalized TOEFL tutoring allows our students to quickly meet their TOEFL requirements, whatever they may be.
Manhattan Review's TOEFL tutoring clients consistently distinguish themselves with successful university applications, elite academic performance in their degree programs, and lucrative careers after graduation. Our students have been accepted to the top universities in the United States (such as Harvard, Yale and Princeton), United Kingdom (Oxford, the University of London, and the University of Edinburgh), Australia (the University of Melbourne and Australian National University), and many other countries. They've received high marks in their undergraduate and graduate curricula and graduated with skills that are in demand at organizations around the world. Some former Manhattan Review students have gone into the private sector in a variety of fields and contributed to the continued vitality of Fortune 500 companies such as Facebook, Federal Express, and Coca-Cola, and Riyadh firms such as Dallah Al-Baraka Group, Saudi Electricity Company, and Kingdom Holding Company. Others have used their education to serve the public, as employees of national and local government agencies, in fields ranging from education to political office and everything in between. Manhattan Review's TOEFL private tutoring and TOEFL prep classes are the perfect choice for ambitious Riyadh students who wish to follow our many past students in living their dreams.
TOEFL Private Tutoring
Hours package 12 to 48 hours, Personalized 1-on-1 Tutoring, In Person or Live Online
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.)
Primary Course Venue:
Sheraton Riyadh Hotel & Towers
King Abdullah Road, Al Wurud
Riyadh 12216, Saudi-Arabien
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Meet a Riyadh TOEFL Tutor: Gloria E.
Gloria E. has been a TOEFL tutor in Riyadh since 2014. She is a graduate of Stanford University and the University of Southern California, with bachelor's and master's degrees in music education. Originally from Tijuana, Mexico, she has seven years of experience as a middle school choir director and general music teacher, and also worked as a TOEFL and SAT tutor in the Los Angeles area before moving to Riyadh.
Gloria scored a 118 on the TOEFL and is thus classified as an "expert" user according to the standards associated with the International English Language Testing System. She has successfully prepared students from several countries in Latin America, Europe, and Asia for the TOEFL, many of whom have been accepted to the most highly ranked universities in the United States, United Kingdom, and Canada. As a musician, her primary instrument is the piano, and she frequently performs in public with a repertoire based on 20th century works.