Test Preparation Classes

Most institutions and universities across English-speaking country like Australia, Canada, the USA, and others requires standardized English proficiency test. One has to be fluent in English and obtain a notable score in order to meet the criteria set by the universities and institutions. For that, you have to give different forms of proficiency tests in accordance with the universities requirement i.e.IELTS, PTE, and Language class.


At Tie Up One consultancy, We offer various tests required for international students and non-native speakers.

Language Classes


IELTS (International English Language Testing System) is a standardized test designed to assess the English language proficiency of individuals who wish to study, work or migrate to English-speaking countries. It is widely recognized and accepted by universities, employers, and immigration authorities in English-speaking countries. 

The IELTS test is divided into four different parts; Listening, Reading, Speaking, and Writing. Each section of the IELTS consists of bands from 0-9 where 0 represents the lowest while 9 represents the highest score. Based on the band’s score, Individual proficiency can be assessed.

The Academic IELTS and the General Training IELTS are the two primary forms. The option to choose between the two different versions depends upon why the individual taking the test has to show if S/he is excellent in English.

Band Score User Descriptor
9 Expert User Shows flawless proficiency of the English language
8 Very-Good User Shows complete understanding of English with occasional inaccuracies
7 Good User Has a functional command of English with occasional mistakes, inappropriate usage, and misunderstandings. In general, handles challenging phrases well.
6 Competent User With occasional mistakes, incorrect language, and misunderstandings, has operational command of English. Correct usage of complex words
5 Modest User Has a limited command of the English language, with occasional mistakes, incorrect usage, and misunderstandings. Prone to making mistakes.
4 Limited User Basic competency is limited to a familiar situation. difficulties in comprehending and expressing themselves
3 Extremely Limited User Only capable of conveying overall meaning in relatively common scenarios
2 Intermittent User The only use of single words and extremely simple short formulas
1 Non-User Has no ability to use except possibly few isolated words
0 Did not attempt the test


PTE(Pearson test Of English) is a computer-based test designed to evaluate the proficiency in the English language of non-native speakers applying for student, working, and other non-immigrant visas. It is widely accepted in most countries like Canada, Australia, the UK, the Netherlands, and many more countries.

The PTE test is divided into 4 different parts; Speaking, Writing, Reading, and listening where scores vary from 0 to 90. The test format includes various task types, such as multiple-choice questions, essay writing, speaking into a microphone, summarizing spoken/written texts, and more. 

The chart below demonstrates the information regarding the evaluation of the score of the PTE test:

Band Score User
86 – 90 Expert User
79 – 86 Very-Good User
65 – 79 Good User
58 – 65 Competent User
50 – 58 Competent User
43 – 50 Modest User
36 – 43 Modest User
30 – 36 Limited User
0 Absent

Every PTE test taker or candidate should check the official Pearson website or the corresponding testing facility for the latest information on the exam’s structure, scoring, registration, and other details as there may have been changes or updates since your knowledge cutoff date.


The Japanese Language Proficiency Test, or JLPT, is an internationally known standardized test to assess and confirm Japanese language proficiency for non-native speakers. The JLPT in Japan is managed and supervised by the Ministry of Education through the Japan Educational Exchanges and Services (JEES). Abroad, the Japan Foundation co-proctors test administration with local cultural exchange and educational institutions, or with committees particularly set up for this purpose. Anyone can sit for the JLPT. There is no age limit for this test.

There are five levels of proficiency in the JLPT, ranging from N1 to N5, with N1 being the highest level of proficiency and N5 being the lowest. Here’s a brief overview of each level: 


This is the most advanced level, measuring highly advanced language skills required for academic and professional settings. It involves complex reading and listening comprehension, as well as advanced grammar and vocabulary knowledge. 


This level represents an upper-intermediate proficiency. It requires a good understanding of intermediate-level grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, and listening skills. 


This level signifies a lower-intermediate proficiency. It assesses basic grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, and listening skills necessary for everyday communication and daily life situations. 


This level indicates basic proficiency. It focuses on basic grammar, vocabulary, reading, and listening skills required for simple communication and understanding of everyday topics.  


This is the most basic level of proficiency. It evaluates elementary grammar, vocabulary, and basic reading and listening skills necessary for basic communication and understanding of simple.


The cost of booking an IELTS test date varies depending on the test type. Here are the current fees for different test types in Nepal:


– IELTS on Paper (Academic and General Training): NPR. 27,100

– IELTS on Computer (Academic and General Training): NPR. 25,300

– IELTS for UK Visas and Immigration (Academic and General Training): NPR. 30,000

You have the option to book your IELTS test date through the consultancy you are applying with. Alternatively, you can also choose to book the test directly through IDP or British Council Nepal.

There is a two-year validity period for IELTS test scores.

Following your LRW test, you’ll receive your IELTS test score online within 13 days and a hard copy after 17 days

The time required to prepare for the IELTS exam depends on your current English proficiency and the score you aim to achieve. It is recommended to allocate several weeks or months for thorough preparation, focusing on each section of the exam.

Yes, it is possible to prepare for the IELTS exam on your own using self-study materials, online resources, and practice tests. However, joining an IELTS preparation class can significantly enhance your preparation by providing expert guidance, a structured curriculum, and opportunities for interactive learning.

The duration of an IELTS preparation course may vary depending on the program and your individual needs. Typically, courses range from a few weeks to a few months. Some institutions offer intensive courses that last for a shorter duration but cover all the necessary content.

Most IELTS preparation classes in Nepal do not have strict prerequisites. However, it is recommended that you have a basic understanding of English. Some classes may assess your English proficiency before admission to determine your starting level.

The duration of PTE preparation varies based on individual factors such as existing English proficiency, learning ability, and the desired target score. However, most candidates dedicate a few weeks to a few months for thorough preparation.

The cost of PTE preparation classes in Nepal varies depending on the institution, course duration, and the services provided.

PTE preparation classes in Nepal typically offer comprehensive courses covering all sections of the exam, including speaking, writing, reading, and listening. And we provide study materials, mock tests, personalized feedback, and guidance from experienced instructors.

Generally, there are no specific prerequisites to join a PTE preparation class in Nepal. However, it is beneficial to have a basic understanding of the English language. Some institutes may conduct a placement test to assess your current level of English proficiency and recommend the appropriate course for you.

Yes, PTE preparation classes usually provide study materials to their students. These materials may include textbooks, workbooks, sample questions, practice tests, and online resources. The study materials are designed to familiarize you with the exam format, improve your language skills, and help you practice effectively.

JLPT stands for Japanese Language Proficiency Test. It is a standardized exam that assesses the Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers. The test measures skills in reading, listening, writing, and speaking.

JLPT preparation classes are designed to help candidates improve their Japanese language skills specifically for the JLPT exam. These classes focus on the exam format, vocabulary, grammar, reading comprehension, listening comprehension, and speaking practice.

JLPT preparation classes in Nepal typically offer comprehensive courses covering all levels of the JLPT exam (N5 to N1). They provide study materials, practice tests, vocabulary and grammar exercises, listening comprehension practice, and speaking practice with guidance from experienced instructors.

The duration of JLPT preparation varies depending on your existing Japanese language proficiency, learning ability, and the desired JLPT level. It is recommended to dedicate several months to a year for thorough preparation, especially for higher levels.

The cost of JLPT preparation classes in Nepal can vary depending on the institution, course duration, and the services provided.

The JLPT is divided into five levels: N5 (beginner), N4 (elementary), N3 (intermediate), N2 (upper-intermediate), and N1 (advanced). Each level assesses different aspects of the Japanese language, with N5 being the easiest and N1 being the most difficult.

Yes, JLPT preparation classes typically include speaking practice as it is an important component of the JLPT exam. These classes often incorporate conversation exercises, role-plays, and speaking drills to help you improve your spoken Japanese skills and gain confidence in expressing yourself.