Can anyone comment till which JLPT Grammar level this site could take you to? I think it really helps to set out a schedule, and this has been a really common question here.
Please can anyone try to classify these series in order of which they should be used according to JLPT Level. I have already tried to classify the first 2 level (roughly, as per my observations) and need help with the later ones :
JLPT N5 - Newbie Season 2 - Newbie Season 3 - Beginner Season 4 - Beginner Season 5
JLPT N4 - Beginner Season 5 - Beginner Season 6 - Lower Intermediate Season 6
JLPT N3 and above (Please classify the following as N3, N2 , N1) - Upper Beginners Season 1 - Lower Intermediate Season 3 - Lower Intermediate Season 4 - Lower Intermediate Season 5 - Intermediate Season 1 - Upper Intermediate Season 5 - Upper Intermediate Season 4 - Upper Intermediate Season 3 - Upper Intermediate Season 2 - Upper Intermediate Season 1
I really hope that the above atleast takes me to JLPT N2 level (Am I being too optimistic?)
Please correct me if I am wrong (in order or classification of levels).
Thank you for your post and your hard work on categorising the lessons. We'd say as follows but it's just a rough category, a guideline. Since JLPT doesn't have a set list of grammar patterns on their levels, we cannot tell exactly which series is equivalent to which JLPT level. This doesn't mean that you can pass the exam if you study those series.
JLPT N5 - Newbie Season (1,) 2 - 5 - Lower Beginner series Season 1-2 - Beginner Season (1-3,) 4 and 5 - JLPT series Season 1 / N5
JLPT N4 - Beginner Season 5 - 6 - Lower Intermediate Season 6 - JLPT series Season 2 / N4
- *Upper Beginner series Season 1 - *Lower Intermediate series Season 5 - 1
JLPT N3 - Upper Beginner series Season 1 - Lower Intermediate series Season 5 - 1 - Intermediate Season 1 - JLPT series Season 3 / N3