INFORMATION


About Japanese Language Test

The Japanese Language has five levels. The easiest level is 5 and the most difficult level is 1. Each level corresponds to its respective level on the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (N5 to N1). Levels 1 and 2 of the exam contain the following sections: Language Knowledge (reading/vocabulary/grammar) and Listening. Levels 3, 4 and 5 of the exam contain the following sections: Language Knowledge (reading/vocabulary), a second Language Knowledge (grammar, reading comprehension) and Listening.

The Japanese Language (NAT-TEST, JLPT, and TOP-J) is an examination that measures the Japanese language ability of students who are not native Japanese speakers. The tests are separated by difficulty (five levels) and general ability is measured in three categories: Grammar/Vocabulary, Listening and Reading Comprehension. The format of the exam and the types of questions are equivalent to those that appear on the Japanese Language Ability Test (JLPT).

The Best Way To Prepare

The format of the Japanese Language NAT-TEST and TOP-J and questions that appear on it are based on the Japanese Language Achievement Test for Non-Native Speakers, which also conforms to the guidelines of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). When students are entering a Japanese university or applying for a college student visa, they often take the JLPT as a general way to measure their language ability. Because the NAT-TEST and TOP-J conforms to the guidelines of the JLPT, it is also an excellent way to prepare for that exam. (For example, Level 5 of the NAT-TEST and TOP-J is equivalent to N5 of the JLPT)

JLPT is only held twice a year while NAT-TEST and TOP-J Test are held several times in a year so student can use it to get a more detailed measure of the progress of your Japanese ability.

Basic Level

Duration: Six Months

Teaching Hours: 2 Hours / day (Five Days a Week)

One has studied Japanese for one to three months (approx. 200 hours of study) and has achieved a very basic level of Japanese competence.

This level is suitable for those who are seeking to pass level 5.

Intermediate Level

Duration: Six Months

Teaching Hours: 2 Hours / day (Five Days a Week)

Private Class(Short Term)

Duration: as per student demand

Teaching Hours:  2.5 Hours / day Time: Freedom to the student

Special Interview Preparation Class

Duration: 15 days to 1 month

(To Those Students who have got COE from college and going to face interview to the embassy)

Teaching Hours:  1.5 Hours / day Time: Freedom to the student