So JLPT exam is right around the corner, and I hope that you are redy! I have taken different types of exams all my life. Recently I took GRE for the first time, but since I was poorly prepared, I am planning to retake the exam next year. Here are some tips you can follow before taking the Japanese language proficiency exam on 12/4.
- Take as many past exams as possible. You will learn the patterns of exams, and even if you have taken the exam before, it has changed a lot since they added one additional level to the original JLPT. Taking the past test will help you familiarize yourself with the format and the best thing is that you feel comfortable with it and how to optimize your test time to do your best.
- But the most important thing is to go to bed early the night before the exam. Some people get too nervous and stay up late to try to cram your last list of vocabulary, but there is nothing you can do the night before. Go to bed and be mentally and physically ready for the exam the next day.
I created FREE randomized quizzes for all levels except N1.
These quizzes randomly select Kanji to test you, so I highly recommend you taking my random quizzes to prepare for this year and next year’s JLPT! To take the free quiz,
go to http://www.yumitolesson.com/japanese-language-proficiency-test-n4/
(Visited 270 times, 1 visits today)