I am a Japanese-Brazilian and have been in Japan for 31 years.
I took the JPT because I wanted to measure my ability beyond N1 of the JLPT and to know my current level of Japanese. After taking the test, I found that I lacked the ability to respond appropriately to questions, read and write kanji, and read sentences.
I hope I will be able to speak Japanese properly!
I wanted to study Japanese because I cannot read kanji. My goal is to become a good communicator and to find a good job.
When I took the JPT, I thought it would measure my ability beyond N1 on the JLPT and that it would be easy to understand my Japanese level.
I am weak in reading and writing Kanji characters, so I will study them in the online class. If I read a Japanese book every day, I think I will be able to learn many different kanji.
I decided to study Japanese because I wanted to come and live in Japan.
I have been in Japan for 9 years and I wanted to know my current level of Japanese so I took the JPT. After taking the test, I found out what I lack in grammar, honorifics, and the ability to read sentences, so I will continue to study Japanese by reading more books and watching the news.
I started studying Japanese to talk to my Japanese friends. I also want to do translation work and talk with my husband's family.
I took the JPT because I thought it would measure my Japanese communication skills, but after taking the test, I realized that it would be advantageous for me to find a job in Japan. I think it is good that I can take the test every month and get my score quickly.
My reading and writing of kanji is weak, so I would like to study kanji in the future.
I decided to study Japanese because I wanted to learn about Japanese culture and lifestyle.
The JPT was more difficult than the JLPT because of the large number of kanji. In addition to reading and writing kanji, I found that I lacked other skills in Japanese, such as honorifics and the ability to read sentences.
I am interested and excited about studying Japanese! In the future, I would like to teach in my own country.
I decided to study Japanese when I was looking for a job.
I took the JPT because I wanted to know my current level of Japanese, but I didn't have enough time to answer the exam. After taking the test, I thought it would be good to be able to measure my Japanese communication skills, take the test as many times as I want in a year, and get results quickly.
My goal is to be able to speak with Japanese people, so I will continue to study.
My goal was to make Japanese friends, so I decided to study Japanese in order to understand conversations.
After taking the JPT, I thought it would be good to be able to measure JLPT N1 or higher ability, and unlike other Japanese language proficiency tests, there is no pass or fail. My ability to read sentences is weak, so I would like to be able to read more kanji.
I studied Japanese because it was difficult for me to understand my children's situation at school.
I took the JPT to find out my current level of Japanese, and found that I was weak in various areas such as grammar, word usage, honorifics, understanding the content of conversations, responding appropriately to questions, reading and writing kanji, and reading sentences.
I would like to teach people who do not understand Japanese as well as I do, so I would like to learn kanji and how to listen and do my best. I am glad I learned Japanese!
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The reason I started learning Japanese was the travel and the migration I did to Japan.
I took the test because I wanted to know my Japanese language ability, and since there were questions about the Japanese language used inside a company and expressions, taking this test would be advantageous for job hunting in Japan. And this test is very convenient for foreigners in Japan.
Because I felt that I was lacking in the ability to read paragraphs, I will use more textbooks for Japanese people to study from now on. My goal is to be able to speak Japanese like native speakers.
At first I started learning Japanese because my mother forced me to. But as time goes, learning Japanese gets more and more interesting, so I continued learning it.
I took JPT because I felt that it would be a great advantage since my goal is to work in Japan. The good point of JPT is that the result of the test is not determined by passing or not passing, instead they use scoring method, and by looking at the score, each individual can know which level to take if they think of taking JLPT. JPT is not a test to show that you can if you memorize, but they measure a person’s communication ability.
And I want to improve my Japanese skill by speaking, and reading more.