We advise you to take a general language course first to bring your language at the required level. When you (almost) have the required level you can do a specific training for the exam.
Please see www.inburgeren.nl for all official information of the government on this topic. But if you get lost on that website, I hope this page helps you.
For those who need to take an exam because of the civic integration, for naturalization, for obtaining a permanent residence or a Dutch passport, these are the possibilities:
Those who got their residence permit (MVV) after January 1 2015 and want to use the Staatsexamen NT2 for their civic integration must do the exams Knowledge of Dutch society and Orientation on the labour market as well. See the information about the civic integration exam for the content of these exams.
The civic integration exam abroad, language level A1
This is the exam that you need to pass to obtain a provisional residence permit (MVV). You have to do this exam at the Dutch embassy or consulate of your home country.
The exam for naturalization from abroad, language level A2
Please, email or call us if you want more information, or if you want to discuss the options in a personal consultation.