TOEFL Private Tutoring in Seoul (South Korea)
Seoul students interested in effective learning plans for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) should consider Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep options. We are the most comprehensive and flexible provider in Seoul of TOEFL on-site prep courses, online TOEFL instruction, TOEFL private tutoring, and TOEFL practice tests. Manhattan Review is an international educational services company that has been specializing in test prep for non-American students since we were founded in 1999. Our students learn how to develop thorough study plans, how to master the content of all TOEFL sections, and how to become expert test-takers with savvy approaches to the exam. Manhattan Review's TOEFL tutors and classroom instructors are the cream of the crop, and in addition to their enviable credentials, they are given training in Manhattan Review's methods and materials. With Manhattan Review's TOEFL services, Seoul students can reach their goals with respect to test scores and university admission.
Manhattan Review's thousands of worldwide TOEFL clients have been accepted to the world's best undergraduate and graduate programs. Our students have matriculated at prestigious schools such as Harvard, Oxford, Princeton, Stanford, Cambridge, Yale, Dartmouth, King's College, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, the London School of Economics, the University of Pennsylvania, Georgetown, the University of Virginia, Carnegie Mellon, Johns Hopkins, and many more. As a company that has been teaching test prep for many years, we've seen a large number of our students go on to successful professional lives. Several have accepted jobs at Seoul firms, including Kyobo Life Insurance Company, DI Corporation, SaeHan Information Systems, Samyang Food, and INFINITT Healthcare Company. Former Manhattan Review TOEFL students have also been hired by Fortune 500 companies, such as State Farm Insurance, Exxon Mobil, Berkshire Hathaway, Dow Chemical, and Bank of America. For more information on how Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses or TOEFL private tutoring in Seoul can help you get started on your own successful future, contact us today by email, phone, or online.
TOEFL requirements at universities in the English-speaking world are usually set by individual departments, and there is no official passing score for the TOEFL. There are, however, score ranges associated with various levels of language competence. A total score of 118-120 is considered the "expert" level, while 110-117 is regarded as "very good" TOEFL performance. A "good" TOEFL score is in the range between 94 and 109, while "competent" TOEFL students receive scores of 60-93. The vast majority of selective universities are satisfied with "good" TOEFL scores. The general TOEFL requirement at the most highly ranked schools is usually a total score of 100, but this can vary by subject and degree level. Predictably, less selective programs will accept lower TOEFL scores, in some cases much lower. A few small state universities, for example, will at least provisionally admit qualified applicants with total scores as low as 60. Students preparing for the TOEFL are advised to thoroughly assess the TOEFL standards at their chosen schools and degree programs.
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 Seoul D Cube City Hotel
Guro-gu, Seoul 152-887, South Korea
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Avi S., originally from Tel Aviv, Israel, is a graduate of New York University (bachelor's degree in electrical engineering) and Ohio State University (master's degree in computer science). A full-time employee of a Seoul software company, he has also been teaching TOEFL prep in the city since 2012. He is known as an enthusiastic TOEFL teacher with a quirky sense of humor.
Avi's teaching has produced hundreds of passing TOEFL scores, allowing his students to begin degree programs at many of the world's top universities. He is a proponent of technology in the classroom, and his lectures are characterized by multimedia approaches to the content of all TOEFL sections. Avi spends his free time studying various martial arts, reading mystery novels, and playing basketball.