TOEFL Private Tutoring in Dublin (Irland)
Manhattan Review's private tutoring and prep classes for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) offer Dublin students the most reliable, practical, and convenient method of TOEFL prep available. Our TOEFL tutoring plans are custom-designed for each student with thorough consideration of factors such as academic background, TOEFL strengths and weaknesses, preferred learning style, and target scores. Manhattan Review's TOEFL tutors in Dublin are the most qualified TOEFL educators in the industry, with degrees from respected universities, knowledge of the best practices in TOEFL prep, years of successful TOEFL teaching experience, and engaging approaches to TOEFL instruction. Our company has successfully prepared countless students for passing TOEFL scores, and we have a distinguished track record that goes all the way back to our founding in 1999.
Manhattan Review's TOEFL clients have been accepted to undergraduate and graduate programs at Harvard, Yale, Princeton, Cornell, Brown, Oxford, Trinity College Dublin, and other elite institutions too numerous to list. Professional accomplishment is also common among our past students, many of whom now play key roles at Fortune 500 companies such as Berkshire Hathaway, Valero Energy, Archer Daniels Midland, and AIG, and at Dublin businesses such as Fleetmatics, Urney Chocolates, Irish Continental Group, and Tipperary Crystal. Our students have also thrived in public-sector careers, such as teaching at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels, civil service in a variety of capacities, scientific research, and public service via charitable organizations. A life of achievement begins with a successful university application, including TOEFL scores that meet institutional standards. Start pursuing your goals today with Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep classes and private TOEFL tutoring.
Dublin students who are required to take the TOEFL should be comforted by the fact that passing the exam is far from an insurmountable task. The TOEFL is primarily an assessment of English-language skills that are specific to academic contexts. Students must generally demonstrate a certain level of competence in reading, writing, speaking, and understanding English with exercises that closely imitate the situations in which college students will find themselves. The exact level of competence required is determined by the institution that a given student has chosen. A score of 100 out of 120 is good enough for almost all universities, but lower scores are acceptable at a large selection of public and private schools, such as Fordham University (90), Emory University (80), Ohio State University (71), Bowling Green State University (61), and Colorado State University (which is willing to grant provisional admission to students who score as low as 45). Manhattan Review's private TOEFL tutoring begins with an assessment of individual TOEFL requirements, and we then implement targeted TOEFL teaching to quickly reach those scores.
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)
Dublin 2, Ireland
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Dietrich M. is a native of Leipzig, Germany who has been living and working in Dublin since 2013. A graduate of Northwestern University and Carnegie Mellon University, he has seven years of experience as a TOEFL tutor. His nearly perfect TOEFL score of 119 helped secure his admission to undergraduate and graduate studies, and he is quick to mention this score as a challenge to his students.
Dietrich describes his teaching philosophy as inclusive and culturally broad-based. "I believe that the best teaching is the result of common ground between educators and students," he asserts. "I have always been interested in other cultures, and it's rare that I can't find something that connects me with a student, such as music, sports, cuisine, or travel. Once the personal connection has been established, real learning can begin."