There is no shortcut for success the only advice I can give it to you is keep practicing and your hard work and your best Honest effort.
Today I will share some tips which will help you to crack the JLPT exam.
The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), is a standardized criterion-referenced test to evaluate and certify Japanese language proficiency for non-native speakers, covering language knowledge, reading ability, and listening ability.
The more Japanese words you know, the higher the chance of answering the vocabulary questions correctly. Make it a daily routine. Try to remember at least 8-12 new words every day and also learn how to pronounce the word. That way you can fix your Vocabulary part.
There a lot of tools and free apps and Websites are available in the market to upgrade. You can practice speaking, reading, writing and listening Japanese by the help of these tools. I suggest you always carry a dictionary.
Listening is also a tough part. Because during this test you will get only one opportunity to listen to each question. Unless you are living in Japan. The only way you can fix your listening skill is to listen to more Japanese, How you can do it, by watching Videos, watching Japanese News, CDs.
Join a good coaching center because they will provide you proper notes. Teachers will be available to clear your doubts.
Another piece of advice I would like to suggest you is to do mock tests online as much as you can. Whatever you don’t understand you can look up and include in your studies. However, after studying the book mentioned above there shouldn’t be many unknown words or structures in the test anymore. For reference, the official website has a few practice questions.
Time Management is the most important part of cracking JLPT, besides forming your vocabulary, reading, grimmer language abilities. Make sure you are analyzing how much time you spend on a particular section of the test.
Many people are weak in reading and their total scores were often pulled down by this section because it carries the most marks. In this case, reading is not to understand the entire article, Here to understand the questions are asking for, I suggest you read the question 1st. Most of the time answers are available in the question, it means answer can be found either a few sentences before or after it. For better marks or score.