COTO JLPT N3 Online Prep Course
Prepare to Pass the JLPT N3
“I think that it is best for learners to have fun in class. Without having fun - learning becomes much harder. Scientific research can also support this."
- Miki Nadaoka
Thoroughly prepare to pass the JLPT N3 with our self-developed course materials.
Classes are conducted in a seminar style semi-interactive format.
About our JLPT N3 Prep Course
What will we learn? What materials are used?
This course covers all of the necessary Grammar and Vocabulary that you will need to understand and pass the N3 Level of the 日本語能力試験 (Japanese Language Proficiency Test).
Vocabulary - Shin Kanzen Master N3 Vocabulary
How long does this course last? Can I start the course any time?
This course has a curriculum which lasts 5 months - you can join this course at any time.
Payment is charged on a monthly basis and covers you up until the last day of the billing cycle.
After completing the payment by signing up for the plan below - we will give you access to the course page within 24 hours. (1 business day)
So for example if you would like to join the course on Monday August 31st - simply complete payment 1 business day in advance.
What are the payment methods? Is there a trial lesson?
We do not offer a trial lesson.
When should I pay? Can I pay now but start the course later?
Your subscription starts from the day that you pay so we would advise you to complete payment and enroll in the course 1-2 days before your desired first lesson
Watch a sample
Watch a sample of our online class
Take advantage of our Coto Virtual Classroom and learn efficiently.
After class - you can view the class recordings to review if you miss anything!
About Miki Sensei - Your JLPT N3 Prep Teacher
At university, Nadaoka Miki San majored in Foreign Language Education. She studied both English and teaching Japanese as a foreign language.
As well as studying abroad in New Zealand.
After graduating from university, she gained experience as a Japanese language teacher.
She has taught Japanese at many places - (from private elementary through junior high schools in Australia).
She also has experience teahing in Japan at local Japanese language schools.
While teaching in Melbourne, she became fascinated by coffee culture. She enjoys café tours and has even earned Barista qualifications.
So feel free to chat with her about her love for coffee!
A message from Miki Sensei
“I think that it is best for learners to have fun in class. Without having fun - learning becomes much harder. Scientific research can also support this.
The more relaxed a student is - the more knowledge they will retain.
Because empathy is important in learning – I try to give lessons that create an emotional connection in my students. This allows them to better remember – and it also deepens their knowledge of Japanese Culture.”
I hope to be able to connect with you soon! See you in class.