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Japanese language proficiency test is an examination for people whose languages of their countries aren't Japanese to measure their Japanese language abilities. And there're about three hundreds and fifty thousands candidates for the examination in the world, so it's the biggest examination.
And the examination is used for some international students and/or some people studying Japanese language in some countries except Japan to measure their Japanese language abilities.
If you want to enter any universities or vocational schools in Japan, it's more common to take the EJU that is Examination for Japanese University Admission for International Students than taking Japanese language proficiency test.
This part describes the information about the examination date and application period in 2006 for example. The schedule of the examination in other years would be similar to the following schedule in 2006, so it's provided us with useful information.
We may take the Japanese language proficiency test at 20 prefectures in Japan and at 116 cities in 44 countries and regions in the world.
We can select one level from four levels to take the examination, and we may receive a level by our results of the examination. And the next table shows the details of each level.
|1||The examinee has mastered grammar to a high level, knows around 2,000 Kanji and 10,000 words, and has an integrated command of the language sufficient for life in Japanese society. This level is normally reached after studying Japanese for around 900 hours.|
|2||The examinee has mastered grammar to a relatively high level, knows around 1,000 Kanji and 6,000 words, and has the ability to converse, read, and write about matters of a general nature. This level is normally reached after studying Japanese for around 600 hours and after completion of an intermediate course.|
|3||The examinee has mastered grammar to a limited level, knows around 300 Kanji and 1,500 words, and has the ability to take part in everyday conversation and to read and write simple sentences. This level is normally reached after studying Japanese for around 300 hours and after completion of an elementary course.|
|4||The examinee has mastered the basic elements of grammar, knows around 100 Kanji and 800 words, and has the ability to engage in simple conversation and to read and write short, simple sentences. This level is normally reached after studying Japanese for around 150 hours and after completion of the first half of an elementary course.|
It's more common for international students who want to study at Japanese universities or vocational schools to take EJU as their entrance examinations since the EJU. So it's very important to check out the way to enter the schools once before taking the examination and then we can apply one of the examinations, which are Japanese language proficiency test or EJU.
In additional, the university that we want to enter can refer to our result of the Japanese language proficiency test if we take the Japanese language proficiency test at some countries or regions where we can’t take EJU in the foreign countries. On the other hands, it's impossible to be referred if we take Japanese language proficiency test in Japan. So it's one of the very useful ways if the universities or vocational schools require our result of Japanese language proficiency test for their selection examination for international students who take the examination in their countries.
Finally, we can get more details about Japanese language proficiency test on the next website.
The information about Japanese Language Proficiency Test on Rising Sun is based on the information of Japan Education Exchanges and Services and it's also checked by Japan Educational Exchanges and Services.
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