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JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby tamunra » Mon 08.06.2007 6:02 pm

Is anyone interested in forming an online support group for 日本語迫ヘ試験一級?I've got books here, but without others to trade stories of studying struggles with, it's hard to stay movitated.

よろしくお願いします
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RE: JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby Harisenbon » Mon 08.06.2007 7:59 pm

I passed last year, but I'd be happy to join another 一級 this year. Lord knows I could use the practice.
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RE: JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby coco » Mon 08.06.2007 8:31 pm

去年も試みたのですが挫折したようです。ぜひ、挑戦してください。 :)
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RE: JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby clay » Mon 08.06.2007 8:49 pm

Only 118 more days left!

I am still playing with it, but when we move TJP to the new setup, the organic groups feature sounds perfect for group studies like this.
http://drupal.org/project/og

If it works, count me in for the JLPT 1 study group too!
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RE: JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby sebastienleblanc » Fri 08.31.2007 2:02 pm

so how's this study group going?
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RE: JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby chchan45 » Mon 10.22.2007 8:44 am

I am preparing for level 1 this year. I did hesitate about applying because I would not be fully prepared and I do not want to study just for the sake of passing the examination. For your reference I am not attending a course and I have no teacher.

However, I decided to take the examination anyway even if it results in a fail.

I do not spend too much time on the grammar as it is not really useful, and as I have already passed kanken level 2, kanji should not be a problem. My effort is focused on the listening and vocabulary because they are the areas where I can work on without falling into the "study to pass" mode. So far it has not been easy to find the time but I am trying to spend a little time every day.

Is there anybody studying for level one this year?
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RE: JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby abetwabe » Wed 11.21.2007 8:16 pm

JLPT Level 1 is the hardest isn't it?
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RE: JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby hungryhotei » Wed 11.21.2007 8:48 pm

yes
天気がいいから、散歩しましょう。
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RE: JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby Buggier » Tue 12.04.2007 5:52 am

So will there be any study group for JLPT1? I'm planning to take it next year. :|
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RE: JLPT Level 1 group?

Postby chchan45 » Wed 12.12.2007 6:33 am

You might as well count me in. I don't think I passed L1 this year and even if I did, I would like to retake it to get a better score.

If a group is to be started, we need to work out a study strategy and the materials to use BEFOREHAND. Logging on to the chat room without an aim just wastes time so I regret to say that I will not take part in a L1 study group without these prerequisites. (I assume that you also have a full time job with limited time to study.)
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