Best TOEFL Test Prep Courses and Tutoring in Bogota
Manhattan Review is an international educational services company that offers several options for Bogota students taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Bogota test-takers can improve their TOEFL skills, study techniques, and testing strategies with our on-site TOEFL prep courses, online TOEFL classes, one-on-one TOEFL tutoring, and TOEFL practice tests. Manhattan Review is comprised of a widely respected group of educators that have been helping students around the world succeed on the TOEFL since 1999. Thousands of our clients have received high test scores and secured admission to their favored undergraduate or graduate degree offerings. International students are the core of our business, and we can therefore provide better instruction to Bogota residents than any of our competitors, most of whom are mainly dedicated to test prep instruction for American students. Find out more about Manhattan Review's ACT preparation programs for test-takers living in Bogota by phoning, emailing, or contacting us online right away.
While there is not enough space here to list all of the top universities to which our TOEFL clients have gained admission, we can certainly name a few: the University of Oxford, Harvard, Stanford, the University of Cambridge, Princeton, the University of Edinburgh, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, King's College London, Johns Hopkins, the University of Pennsylvania, the University of Toronto, the University of Melbourne, the University of Virginia, and the University of Michigan. Equally impressive is the list of prominent companies that have hired former Manhattan Review TOEFL students. Some are now back in Bogota, pursuing rewarding careers at top local firms such as Quala, Terpel, Win Sports, Telefónica Telecom, Banco de Bogota, and Grupo Editorial Norma. Others have accepted jobs at Fortune 500 companies, including New York Life Insurance, JP Morgan Chase, Prudential Financial, Enterprise Products Partners, Lockheed Martin, and United Technologies. With Manhattan Review's TOEFL prep courses and private tutoring, you can get started on your future today.
Individual universities and university departments generally decide for themselves where to set passing TOEFL scores. At the University of California-Los Angeles, the general graduate student standard is a total score of 87, with subscores of 25 writing, 24 speaking, 21 reading, and 17 listening. Although UCLA's Anderson School of Management officially observes this threshold, it accepts very few applicants with TOEFL scores below 100. UCLA's Luskin School of Public Affairs has a clearly articulated preference for international students who score between 100 and 105 on the TOEFL. UCLA Law seeks applicants whose TOEFL scores are "well above the minimum range required by the university," which they define as a total score of 100 or higher. At Manhattan Review, we advise most of our students to work toward total scores of at least 100 and sectional scores of at least 25 each, which will be good enough in most cases. Some types of students, such as prospective graduate teaching assistants, may need to set score goals that are even higher. All students should carefully read the TOEFL requirements and learn about the TOEFL expectations of the degree programs they are considering.
TOEFL In-Person Classic
Start: Nov 07, 2021
End: Dec 26, 2021
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03:00 PM - 06:30 PM
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End: Jan 23, 2022
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TOEFL Private Tutoring
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Great Course! The structure and framework for negotiating will be helpful going forward.
- Greg (This student took our Negotiation and Decision Making Seminar.)
Bogota Marriott Hotel
Av. El Dorado # 69b - 53
NOTE: We do NOT typically have staff at the venue, so email us before visiting the venue.
Gina S. is a graduate of New York University (bachelor's degree in English), Boston University (master of arts in teaching), and the City University of New York (certificate in teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL)). She was born and raised in Spanish Harlem (New York City), and she is fluent in English, Spanish, French, and German. She has been living in Bogota since 2017.
Gina has been teaching TOEFL prep to students in group and individual learning contexts (both on-site and online) for the past 10 years. Her students often comment on her cultural competence and teaching effectiveness, and they credit her instruction with significant improvements in their TOEFL scores and general language skills. When she's not teaching the TOEFL to Bogota students, Gina enjoys trying new restaurants and attending live music performances.