This is just a reminder to all those that are interested in taking the
Japanese Language Proficiency Test for December 2015. The deadline for
registration is September 30th. If you’re interested in signing up, you can
go to the “MyJLPT” website and register. The
test fee is 5,500 yen and you can pay by credit card, bank transfer, or
through a convenience store.
The second chance for taking the JLPT in 2015 is: December 5th (Sunday)
If you’re taking the test and are in Ishikawa prefecture, the test will
be held at Hokuriku University.
For those that are not familiar with the JLPT or are interested, there
are 5 possible levels. N5 is considered the easiest and for beginners
while N1 is the most difficult. There is a chart on the JLPT website
that breaks down the differences between the leveled tests, so you check
and decide what level you should take.
The JLPT can be very useful in giving you a goal to work towards in your
Japanese studies. There are plenty of support and study materials to
help you available in book stores as well as Amazon.
Please note that the links and information provided are for people
taking the test WITHIN Japan. There is a separate website for those that
want to take the JLPT outside of Japan.