How to increase your OP score by passing JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test)?


The change from Overall Position (OP) to Australian Tertiary Administration Rank (ATAR) has been deferred to 2019.

How to increase your OP score? For Queensland high school students, there are couple of ways to increase their OP score by getting extra credit points.

JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) is one of the best way. As long as you PASS levels N4 or N5, you will get two credit points. For more details, please read Queensland Certificate of Education (PDF).

The next JLPT test in Brisbane is on 3 December (Sunday) at Griffith University Nathan campus. The registration date starts from 4 July and the cut off date is 9 September. You can find more information on JLPT Australia Website.

We can help high school students prepare JLPT so they can pass JLPT N5 and get the two credit points.

According to JLPT website, the N5 only has Reading and Listing, no writing. We found it is very easy to pass after taking our preparation test.

If you are learning Japanese in high school, you can try JLPT N5 at JLPT website.

If your high school does not have Japanese class, you can join our Japanese class.

For more information, please contact us.

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