Best TOEFL Test Prep Tutoring in Lausanne (Switzerland)
Lausanne students required to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) can pass the assessment and improve their English language skills with Manhattan Review's TOEFL services. We are an international test prep company that has been helping students around the world receive the test scores their degree programs require since 1999. We offer a variety of TOEFL learning programs that accommodate all of the test prep needs of our diverse group of students, including TOEFL classroom instruction in on-site format, virtual TOEFL classroom teaching through online interaction, one-on-one TOEFL tutoring, and TOEFL practice tests. All of Manhattan Review's TOEFL services combine research-supported course materials, original approaches to TOEFL learning, and high-quality instructional practices implemented by the most qualified TOEFL educators that Lausanne has to offer. As our thousands of past students can attest, Manhattan Review's TOEFL learning programs lead to success on the TOEFL and beyond.
Manhattan Review's private TOEFL tutoring is based on differentiated instructional techniques that target learning toward the areas of greatest need. No two students have exactly the same set of strengths and weaknesses, either in general academic terms or with respect to the TOEFL. Our tutors assess each student's academic background, optimal learning style, and academic goals in order to devise approaches to teaching TOEFL content that are unique to each client, which result in a learning process that is as practical as it is rigorous. Our private TOEFL instruction is also customized to the desired scores of a given student. TOEFL requirements at universities in the English-speaking world are wildly inconsistent, and can range from as low as 60 to as high as 110. Many schools also have more specific requirements for TOEFL section scores, and these are usually attributable to the needs of a given academic discipline (an engineering program, for example, is likely to care less about the speaking subscore than a communications department).
Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses and private tutoring have taught our students how to fulfill the TOEFL requirements of elite universities, including Harvard (minimum score of 100-109, depending on the program), Carnegie Mellon (100-102 for most students), Cornell (100 for undergraduates), Johns Hopkins (99 for undergraduates and 100 for graduates), Princeton (108), Stanford (100), the University of Chicago (100-104), Oxford (110), the University of Pennsylvania (100), and Yale (100). A large number of our former clients have finished their degree programs and have secured rewarding and well-compensated positions in the private sector, at Fortune 500 companies such as CVS Health, General Motors, Wells Fargo, and Valero Energy, and at Swiss companies such as Tetra Laval, Vestergaard Frandsen, Vorspann System Losinger, and Benedict International. We also have former students who have chosen to go into the public sector in almost every imaginable capacity (including education, civil service, and philanthropy). Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses and private tutoring in Lausanne help international students accomplish all of their goals.
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Mauricio G., a native of Madrid, Spain, holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from the University of Michigan and a master's degree in computer engineering from Boston University. He has been a resident of Lausanne since 2012, and is a software designer at a small local start-up. He has six years of experience as a TOEFL tutor in Boston and Lausanne.
Mauricio's TOEFL students have gained admission to top universities in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, including Princeton, Brown, Yale, McGill, the University of Toronto, Oxford, Cambridge, and the University of Edinburgh. His student evaluations show that he is regarded as a highly effective TOEFL teacher with a teaching style that is both broadly conceived and detail-oriented.