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Good luck everybody

Postby chchan45 » Sat 11.10.2007 8:50 am

There are now 3 weeks left until the big day.

I am dreading the grammar section after realising that I have left things too late, but the listening section should hopefully not be a complete disaster - I could actually answer 40% of the questions last year with certainty.

The last 2 years have been hard but I have managed to get a lot of studying done, while holding down a demanding job. I am proud of my progress and the results of the test will not take this away from me.

Special thanks to coco san and ss san who have given their time and shown great patience to me. I would like to get in touch with you after the examination again when I have more time (and more importantly, my computer fixed!).

I wish you all the best with your revision and good luck with your big day.
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RE: Good luck everybody

Postby ss » Sat 11.10.2007 10:04 pm

Welcome back, Chuchan-san.

Coco-san and I should thank you for the help you had rendered.

On behalf of everybody --- We wish you all the best of luck in your study of the Japanese language and continual success in your future endeavor.
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RE: Good luck everybody

Postby coco » Sun 11.11.2007 9:04 am

Chchan45さん
お久しぶりです。こちらこそいろいろ学ばせていただき感謝しております。
Chchanさんの場合、助詞の聞き違いさえなければ、聴解も問題ないと思います。
今から3月の吉報を楽しみにしています。 :)

JLPTが終わったら、1時間程度の日本語の聞き取りを何回かに分けてチャットでやろうかなと思っています。詳しくはまた追って告知することになると思いますが、ご都合があえば是非ともご参加ください。
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RE: Good luck everybody

Postby coco » Fri 11.23.2007 11:23 pm

ご参考までに。


3級 海外受験者平均点
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---年 |文・語 | 聴 解 | 読・文 ‖合 計
------|-------|-------|------- ‖-------
2004 | 69.1 | 45.2 | 118.6 ‖ 232.9
2005 | 63.7 | 49.8 | 120.6 ‖ 234.2
2006 | 70.0 | 54.3 | 131.2 ‖ 255.5 
-----------------------------------------

2級 海外受験者平均点
----------------------------------------
---年 | 文・語| 聴 解 | 読・ 文‖ 合 計
------|-------|-------|------- ‖--------
2004 | 65.9 | 52.0 | 108.5 ‖ 226.4
2005 | 70.1 | 44.6 | 098.0 ‖ 212.8
2006 | 66.4 | 46.5 | 102.0 ‖ 214.9 
-----------------------------------------
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RE: Good luck everybody

Postby chchan45 » Sat 11.24.2007 1:47 am

Thank you everybody for your kind words. I hope that SS san will do well next Sunday.

Sorry I am writing this from a computer in a public place which does not have Japanese input installed.

Thank you coco san for posting the information. I am quite surprised by the low average score in the reading/grammar section in level 2. Please also take into account that the score would be propped up by the large number Chinese examinees. In non kanji-bunka-ken examination centres, the average score would be much lower than 100.

To be honest, I am dreading the reading section too because in so many questions, the right answer seems to be a toss-up between two choices.
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RE: Good luck everybody

Postby ss » Sat 11.24.2007 9:13 am

I hope that everyone will pass with satisfactory marks.

Oddly, I am getting overwhelmingly nervous!!
Frankly speaking, I am slower in reading a sentence with only two or three kanji in a string of hiragana. It really slows down my speed of understanding the whole sentence, and I have to race against time.

Also please pray hard for me for 聴解.

Chuchanさん、ご祝福いただき,心から感謝しております。 I will do my very best!

♪ ※ q(^‐^*)/ ファイト ファイト !! \(*^‐^)p ※ ♪
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RE: Good luck everybody

Postby pepperpowder » Sat 11.24.2007 10:03 am

Well I'm new to this page & I know I am late.... it's next week and I haven't gotten my grammar right yet......

With english being my second language.... it's tough..

Please pray for me.. (I'm the youngest one from my town and it's making me scared and nervous... )
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RE: Good luck everybody

Postby succubus » Sat 12.01.2007 10:29 am

Good luck for tomorrow everyone!!

Gambarimashoooouuuuuuuuuuu!!!
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RE: Good luck everybody

Postby terence_hideyoshi » Sat 12.01.2007 12:41 pm

All the best to everyone who will be taking their JLPT tomorrow. Give you best shot! My best wishes. :D
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RE: Good luck everybody

Postby katafei » Sat 12.01.2007 1:04 pm

All JLPT-ers, gambattene!
We are all but images of our time
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