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JLPT Exam Preparation

Fukuoka, Tokyo & Kyoto

Do you speak Japanese? Can you prove it!

The Japanese Language Proficiency Tests can be sat in Japan each July and December.

Levels offeredLevel 5 to 1
Summer date:05 July 2020
Winter date:01 December 2019
06 December 2020
Registration:Early registration is essential, please discuss with CESA staff
Course duration2+ weeks
Lessons20 general Japanese group lessons per week
Additional classesJLPT focused private lessons
Lesson duration50 minutes
Max. per class8 students
  • Follow a Standard, Languages for Life, Six Month or One Year Course and build in additional private classes to prepare for the JLPT exams
  • Exam preparation schedule: Private classes concentrating on JLPT skills plus exam specific homework
  • Course dates offered: September to November (prior to the JLPT exams in early December)

 

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For many students formally proving competency in the Japanese language is very important and proof of language proficiency essential, and this is precisely what the JLPT exams offer.

Your tutor in Fukuoka, Tokyo or Kyoto will let you know which JLPT level you can sit.
The exam board will designate where you sit the exam (not the language school).

July Exam: Sign up on line in March. Register in April
December Exam: Sign up on line in August. Register in September.
NB: Late applications will not be accepted.

Level 5 = Basic ability to Level 1 = Advanced ability

Start Dates: Standard Course dates in each city (generally leading up to the JLPT exam date in July or December )

Every week you will be given you homework during the private tuition exam preparation lessons so your tutor will be able to assess your weak points and help you address them.

JLPT Scale of Ability

You may be learning Japanese and be interested in the JLPT simply for intellectual interest but most exam preparation students, especially university or Gap Year students, Japanese University applicants, translators or others with long term career goals, study the language with an eye to the future and their career goals.