If you are anything like me you are eagerly checking your mail box every time you come home from work. Tis the season for JLPT results to come back. I took the N3 last December on my way to N2 this July. I’m pretty confident I passed, but I’d still like to get confirmation. After all, you never know.
For most of you in Japan, you will get your results in mid-February, which actually means about the second week of February. According to the official website they are mailed out on the 10th. That’s when I got mine last year at least. For those outside of Japan, you might get it a little later. I heard most places get it back in mid-March. That’s how it used to be in Japan. That just seems too long for me. It’s only a simple mark sheet they need to grade.
Anyway, as for the July test. It’s only available in select areas. For the full list of places where the test will be available, be sure to check the official website or contact the organization that is conducting the test in your area. I know that the official list can sometimes be wrong. I’ve heard there is a July test in Germany, but it’s not on the official list, so be sure to check with your organization.
Applications for the July test will be available from March 24th to April 28th. And the test will be on July 3rd, a Sunday.
Action Steps –
1) Have you heard anything about your area that is different from this? When are you expecting your results? Let me know what country you took the test in and when you expect the results in the comments.
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