2010-2 JLPT Results Are Coming!

It’s that time again, JETs! The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT; 日本語能力試験) results will be mailed out on 10 Feb. 2011. If you do not receive your results by the 18th, contact the JLPT Information Service at  03-5454-5577.

If you took the N4 or N5, the official JLPT website published the scoring breakdown for the test on 31 January. (This link includes the breakdown for N1-N3 as well, but the passing scores have not changed since the 2010-1 test. Japanese version here.) Remember, you need both the overall passing score AND  the minimum passing score in each section to pass the test. (Read: you must pass all sections to pass the whole test. See this article for an explanation.)

The next exam (2011-1) will be held on Sunday, 3 July 2011 with check-in starting at noon. (Tests end around 16:00-16:30, depending on level). Details from JEES are linked here: (Japanese) (English). All levels will be offered. Registration by mail is from 24 March – 28 April and costs 5,500 yen. Look for a separate post about how to register in Ishikawa in March!

Leah Zoller is a second-year CIR in Anamizu and the editor of this blog. 能力試験に合格するように!

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6 thoughts on “2010-2 JLPT Results Are Coming!

  1. Just got mine in the post (central Tokyo), surprisingly passed N2 with 97/180. Not impressive but it’s in the bag!

  2. Located in the FAQ section (#7) of the official JLPT site: early March.

    To examinees outside of Japan, Score Reports will be sent via local host institutions, and examinees will receive a report for the first (July) test in mid-September and a report for the second (December) test in early March. If you do not receive a report by the end of the scheduled month, please contact the local institution in the city where you took the test.

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