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Affordable EIKEN Tutors http://learnenglishliveonline.com will provide you the training necessary to successfully take all sections of the EIKEN exam. Our EIKEN tutors have experience working with hundreds of students from around the world. All of our EIKEN tutors offer a free evaluation class to al of the potential EIKEN students so that they can discuss their goals and weaknesses in person and each EIKEN Tutoring package can be customized to each EIKEN students needs.

What is the EIKEN used for? The Jitsuyo Eigo Gino Kentei (EIKEN) is a test taken by over 2 million people in Japan every year and the EIKEN exam is the most taken English exam in Japan. It is offered in 18,000 locations in Japan and in over 45 countries around the world.

  • The EIKEN exam results are accepted for admissions and course credit at approximately 2,200 high schools, colleges, and universities.
  • EIKEN is backed by the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
  • The personal satisfaction of passing the EIKEN can give you the confidence do reach your goals.

Flexible Tutoring Plans – EIKEN Tutoring Costs http://learnenglishliveonline.com Buy as few or as many hours of EIKEN tutoring as you would like and use the classes when and where you want. There is no minimum of EIKEN tutoring sessions you have to take each week and no maximum EIKEN tutoring sessions you can schedule. And the best part is that your hours with your EIKEN tutor never expire.

HOURS COST PER HOUR
The price for a 60 Minute lesson is $ 29.87,

When you pay in advance for eight lessons or more, you will save money:
 


  5    lessons – $    114.35,
10    lessons – $    275.30,  a Discount of   5% or $ 27.53 a lesson.
20    lessons – $    519.80,  a Discount of 10% or $ 25.99 a lesson.
30    lessons – $    738.90,  a Discount of 15% or $ 24.63 a lesson.
40    lessons – $    919.60,  a Discount of 20% or $ 22.99 a lesson.
50    lessons – $ 1.199.00,  a Discount of 25% or $ 21.73 a lesson.

60    lessons – $ 1.079.46,  a Discount of 30% or $ 19.99 a lesson.

  What will the EIKEN test involve? The EIKEN exam has 7 distinct levels. The requirement of each level is different. The grades are designed to provide well-defined steps that can act as both motivational goals and concrete measures of English ability as learners move through the spectrum of commonly recognized ability levels.. The professional EIKEN tutors at https://www.languagelive.net  can assist you in preparing for any of the levels of the EIKEN exam.

    EIKEN EXAM – Grade 5

  • Sentence Completion Section: 10 minutes – 15 short texts (one or two sentences/dialogues) from which one word or phrase has been omitted.
  • Fill in the Gap Section: 10 minutes – 5 short texts (dialogues) from which one or two phrases have been omitted. 5 short texts (dialogues) from which one or two phrases have been omitted.
  • Word reordering: 5 minutes – A sentence is provided from which four words have been removed and are scrambled. Examinees reorder the words to complete the sentence. A Japanese translation of the sentence is also provided.
  • Conversation completion: 5 minutes – EIKEN examinees listen to short conversations and choose the best response to complete the last turn of the conversation. All conversations are heard twice. An illustration provides contextual information about the situation.
  • Q&A based on dialogues: 5 minutes – 10 recorded conversations followed by questions. All conversations are heard twice.
  • Matching: 10 minutes – 10 illustrations are provided in the test booklet. Examinees listen to three short statements for each illustration and choose the statement that best describes the action or situation in the illustration. All statements are heard twice.

    EIKEN EXAM – Grade 4

  • Sentence Completion Section: 10 minutes – 15 short texts (one or two sentences/dialogues) from which one word or phrase has been omitted.
  • Fill in the Gap Section: 10 minutes – 5 short texts (dialogues) from which one or two phrases have been omitted.
  • Q&A based on passages: 10 minutes – Understanding a poster, letter, email, advertisement, or memo.
  • Word reordering: 5 minutes – A sentence is provided from which five words have been removed and are scrambled. EIKEN examinees reorder the words to complete the sentence. A Japanese translation of the sentence is also provided.
  • Conversation Completion: 10 minutes – EIKEN examinees listen to short conversations and choose the best response to complete the last turn of the conversation. All conversations are heard twice. An illustration provides contextual information about the situation.
  • Q&A based on dialogues: 10 minutes – 10 recorded conversations followed by questions. All conversations are heard twice.
  • Q&A based on monologues: 5 minutes – 10 recorded stories or explanations followed by questions. All stories/explanations are heard twice.

    EIKEN EXAM – Grade 3

  • Sentence Completion Section: 10 minutes – 15 short texts (one or two sentences/dialogues) from which one word or phrase has been omitted.
  • Fill in the Gap Section: 10 minutes – 5 short texts (dialogues) from which one or two phrases have been omitted.
  • Q&A based on passages: 10 minutes – Understanding a poster, letter, email, advertisement, or memo.
  • Word reordering: 10 minutes – A sentence is provided from which five words have been removed and are scrambled. EIKEN examinees reorder the words to complete the sentence. A Japanese translation of the sentence is also provided.
  • Conversation Completion: 10 minutes – Examinees listen to short conversations and choose the best response to complete the last turn of the conversation. All conversations are heard twice. An illustration provides contextual information about the situation.
  • Q&A based on dialogues: 10 minutes – 10 recorded conversations followed by questions. All conversations are heard twice.
  • Q&A based on monologues: 5 minutes – 10 recorded stories or explanations followed by questions. All stories/explanations are heard twice.
  • Speaking: No Time Limit – EIKEN examinees are evaluated on their responses to each of the tasks and for their attitude toward actively engaging in communication. The following categories are also taken into account: pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar..

    EIKEN EXAM – Grade Pre-2

  • Sentence Completion Section: 30 minutes – 20 short texts (one or two sentences/dialogues) from which one word or phrase has been omitted.
  • Fill in the Gap Dialogues: 15 minutes – 5 short texts (dialogues) from which one or two phrases have been omitted.
  • Fill in the Gap Passages: 10 minutes – 2 passages from which several words or phrases have been omitted.
  • Q&A based on passages: 10 minutes – 2 passages followed by questions.
  • Word reordering: 10 minutes – A sentence is provided from which five words have been removed and are scrambled. EIKEN examinees reorder the words to complete the sentence. A Japanese translation of the sentence is also provided.
  • Conversation Completion: 10 minutes – EIKEN examinees listen to short conversations and choose the best response to complete the last turn of the conversation. All conversations are heard twice. An illustration provides contextual information about the situation.
  • Q&A based on dialogues: 10 minutes – 10 recorded conversations followed by questions. All conversations are heard twice.
  • Q&A based on monologues: 5 minutes – 10 recorded stories or explanations followed by questions. All stories/explanations are heard twice.
  • Speaking: No Time Limit – EIKEN examinees are evaluated on their responses to each of the tasks and for their attitude toward actively engaging in communication. The following categories are also taken into account: pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar.

    EIKEN EXAM – Grade 2

  • Sentence Completion Section: 30 minutes – 20 short texts (one or two sentences/dialogues) from which one word or phrase has been omitted.
  • Fill in the Gap Passages: 20 minutes – 2 passages from which several words or phrases have been omitted.
  • Q&A based on passages: 10 minutes – 3 passages followed by questions.
  • Word reordering: 10 minutes – A five-word section of a short text is removed. The words are arranged below the text in a scrambled order.
  • Conversation Completion: 10 minutes – EIKEN examinees listen to short conversations and choose the best response to complete the last turn of the conversation. All conversations are heard twice. An illustration provides contextual information about the situation.
  • Q&A based on dialogues: 10 minutes – 10 recorded conversations followed by questions. All conversations are heard twice.
  • Q&A based on monologues: 5 minutes – 10 recorded stories or explanations followed by questions. All stories/explanations are heard twice.
  • Speaking: No Time Limit – EIKEN examinees are evaluated on their responses to each of the tasks and for their attitude toward actively engaging in communication. The following categories are also taken into account: pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar..

    EIKEN EXAM – Grade Pre-1

  • Sentence Completion Section: 30 minutes – 20 short texts (one or two sentences/dialogues) from which one word or phrase has been omitted.
  • Fill in the Gap Passages: 20 minutes – 2 passages from which several words or phrases have been omitted.
  • Q&A based on passages: 20 minutes – 3 passages followed by questions.
  • Essay: 20 minutes – Write a 100 word response to letter or e-mail.
  • Q&A based on dialogues: 10 minutes – 10 recorded conversations/discussions followed by questions.
  • Q&A based on monologues: 10 minutes – 5 recorded announcements, advertisements, news stories, or short lectures followed by questions .
  • Q&A based on monologues: 5 minutes – 5 recorded announcements, advertisements, news stories, or short lectures followed by questions .
  • Speaking: No Time Limit – Examinees are evaluated on their responses to each of the tasks and for their attitude toward actively engaging in communication. The following categories are also taken into account: pronunciation, vocabulary, and grammar.

    EIKEN EXAM – Grade 1

  • Sentence Completion Section: 35 minutes – 25 short texts (one or two sentences/dialogues) from which one word or phrase has been omitted.
  • Fill in the Gap Passages: 20 minutes – 2 passages from which several words or phrases have been omitted.
  • Q&A based on passages: 25 minutes – 2 short passages and 1 long passage followed by questions.
  • Essay: 25 minutes – Write a 200 word response to letter or e-mail.
  • Q&A based on dialogues: 10 minutes – 10 recorded conversations/discussions followed by questions.
  • Q&A based on monologues: 10 minutes – 5 recorded announcements, advertisements, news stories, or short lectures followed by questions .
  • Real-life Listening: 5 minutes -5 recorded announcements, advertisements, news stories, or short lectures followed by questions. EIKEN examinees read a short description of the situation, and the question, before listening.
  • Q&A based on long interview: 5 minutes – 1 recorded interview followed by questions.
  • Conversation: 1 minute – EIKEN examiners engage examinee in free conversation.
  • Short speech: 3 minute – EIKEN examinee chooses 1 topic from 5 choices on Topic Card and gives a speech based on the topic.
  • Q&A: 4 minute – EIKEN examiners ask questions based on speech content and topic.

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