I sent documents to about 10 companies to apply for jobs in Japan, but I didn't receive any replies. All of my documents and emails at that time were written in English, but one company said, 'I'm interested in working in Japan. I started studying Japanese when I received a reply saying, ``If you want to do that, Japanese is important.'' At first, I studied on my own, but I realized that it wasn't enough, so I enrolled in a Japanese language school.
After taking the JPT test, I thought it would be helpful for learning Japanese. Compared to other Japanese language proficiency exams, results are announced and transcripts are issued quickly.
Since I was able to use my JPT score in my job hunting, I would like to apply to various companies and take on the challenge.
The reason I decided to study Japanese was because I wanted to study in Japan. I've been in Japan for two months, but I took the exam because I wanted to know my current level of Japanese.
JPT is held every month, so it's very convenient. After actually taking the exam, I realized what skills I lacked, such as honorific language, the ability to understand the content of conversations, and the ability to respond appropriately to questions.
From now on, I would like to try interviewing in Japanese.
Four months after coming to Japan, I wanted to know my current level of Japanese, so I took the JPT test.
This is my second time taking it, and compared to other Japanese language proficiency exams, JPT has all the questions from N5 to N1 level, so it's easier to understand your level. After taking the exam, I discovered that my ability to read and write honorific language, kanji, and sentences was weak.
From now on, I want to try my hand at university studies.
I'm studying Japanese because of anime.
I took the JPT test because I wanted to know my Japanese level. JPT uses everyday language, so I felt it was easier than other Japanese language proficiency exams. Also, by taking the JPT exam, it will be easier for me to enter university, and I will also be able to see what skills I lack.
From now on, I want to do my best to be able to speak with Japanese people.
I fell in love with Japan and decided to study Japanese.
I took the JPT because I wanted to measure my ability to pass JLPT N1 and above, and I also wanted to know my current level of Japanese. When I actually took the test, I thought I could measure my ability above N1, and I realized what abilities I lacked. I also liked that JPT is similar to TOEIC® and there are no failures.
It was an opportunity to learn about my Japanese language ability, so I want to work harder on my Japanese so I can get a job.
I decided to study Japanese because I wanted to live in Japan. I took the JPT test because I wanted to know my current level of Japanese, but after taking the test, I realized that my ability to read and write kanji and sentences was I found out that it is weak.I think it is good for JPT to be able to take the exam every month. Also, after actually taking the exam, I thought it would be advantageous for finding a job in Japan, so I will apply for a job.
I want to work at a technology company in the future, so I would like to have at least a business level job.
I started studying Japanese because I wanted to go to a Japanese university.
I took the JPT test because I wanted to know my current level of Japanese. After actually taking the test, I found it useful for studying Japanese, and I realized that the skills I lacked were reading and writing kanji. Compared to other Japanese language proficiency tests, I liked that the results were available quickly.
I want to live in Japan in the future.
I started studying Japanese because of Japanese anime.
I took the JPT because I thought it would be an advantage at work because I could measure JLPT N1 or higher. Okayama, where I live, was the venue, so it was convenient. After actually taking it, I thought it would be helpful for me to learn Japanese, and I liked that it was easier to take than the JLPT. Also, I felt that I lacked the ability to understand the contents of conversations and the ability to read sentences, so I will continue to study Japanese harder than before.
In the future, I want to study automobiles in Japan and become an engineer.