JLPT Info for NYC

Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) The JLPT is a Japanese proficiency examination operated by the Japan Foundation LA that tests one’s listening skills, reading comprehension, and knowledge of vocabulary, kanji, and grammar. There are five tests available, ranging from N5 (the easiest) to N1 (the most difficult). 


JLPT NYC FAQ - Japanese Language Proficiency Test

We're already halfway through 2014, and the time to register and take the JLPT is creeping up quickly! In fact, I will personally be taking the JLPT N2 test in New York. So if you plan on taking the JLPT this year and live in the New York area like me, here's a run through about what the JLPT is like, how to register for the test held in New York, and some study tips to prepare for the test. 


JLPT Test in New York - Top 5 Questions Answered

It's that time of year again when students who are studying and enjoying Japanese contemplate whether to take the JLPT  (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) or not. If you're wondering whether to try to take the test or not, please go to question number 1 as we can hopefully answer that question for you. 


Japanese Proficiency Test - What's Changed and How to Handle It

Whether you're a new student for the Japanese Proficiency Exam or have taken it in the past, the JLPTin 2010 has changed. Consequently, how to study and handle the exam has also changed. This article will discuss the history of the exam and why changes were brought about, what's new about the Japanese Proficiency Test for 2010, and how to best study to pass the JLPT. 


JLPT 2010 - Preparation for the 1-kyu and beyond

So it's about that time of year where students are thinking about and preparing for the JLPT. Preparing for the exam this year will be different than last year, there have been a lot of changes to the exam. This article explores the Japanese proficiency exam with personal accounts of past failures and successes.


The Japanese Proficiency Exam Structure and the Main Hurdle to Passing

The Japanese Proficiency Exam, like any other exam, tests your ability to take the test. Of course people that are fluent in Japanese also can take the exam and pass without prior knowledge of how it works, but for the rest of us who are non-native speakers learning the structure of the Japanese Proficiency Exam is key to passing.