Wednesday, December 06, 2006

JLPT

So, I'm curious to hear the feedback from those of you who took the test last weekend. I took 2 kyuu for the second time and am fairly certain I did well enough to pass. While the reading section took all the time, I found the other sections relatively easy. Thanks to a steady diet of unicom books, articles from newspapers and practice tests, I am pretty confident that I passed.

What about you, loyal readers? What levels? What things did you notice?

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I took 2kyuu for the first time, mainly for practice, i knew there would be lots of grammar I haven't learned yet. part 3 was mostly over my head, but 1 and 2 were easier than I thought. Next year...I need to develop a study plan. I'll look into the unicom books... hope you passed! Next year 1kyuu?:)

Anonymous said...

I took 2kyuu for the first time. I didn't think it was as difficult as everyone makes out, although it was naturally challenging. No problems with the kanji/vocab but the listening was trickier than I expected. Grammar was too but readings weren't too bad. Not sure I got over 60% though but there's always next year.

Jenniper said...

First time 2kyuu taker here, too. Except for the kanji/vocab, I found the test pretty difficult and I'm really on the fence about whether I passed or not. I wasted too much time in the reading section trying to figure out the first passage about "sleep training."