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feralBoy wrote:Lever 3 with a 57%. It was six months after I started japanese.
With all those great results I feel kinda bad just barely passing ４-kyuu after 2 years of studies. Made me happy nevertheless 3-kyuu, here I come!
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two_heads_talking wrote:It would be handy to find out what mistakes you did make, the problem is that if they did that, every year they would have to come up with a completely different test. Although honestly, whey they can't do that is a bit beyond me. Creating 4 new tests per year(one per level) shouldn't be all that difficult.
The tests are different each year; you can buy old tests from bookstores.
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After nearly 2 years of studies I managed to pass 3 kyu with a nice score :
FeralBoyさん, I must admit I admire your decision to sit 3 kyu with oly six months of studying Japanese. If I'd done that, I doubt I would've even gotten as much as 10%. So heads up and don't feel discouraged! I'm sure that you'll pass the exam this year if you keep this pace up.
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Thank you everyone for helping me in the past
Reading / grammar 145/200
Many thanks to SS and Phreadom for helping me to reactivate the old account.
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I got 390/400. We needed a bit more of grammar for 3 kyuu, we hadn't done the passive voice yet, we did it 3 weeks ago. For kanjis it was OK, because we already knew the ones in the 3kyuu, and vocabulary as well.
Next year I'll do the 3kyuu.
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Bit surprised, given that I'd taken the test severely hung over & didn't study/learn all the material covered on the exam.
Overall I've studied Japanese a long time, so if anything, I'm waaaaay behind the curve.
Started studying Japanese in 93, returned to it at the end of 06 after a 4 year break and realized that I'd forgotten a LOT.
The first time around, I solely focused on speaking (didn't lose too much of that) and I'd only learned maybe 100 kanji.
So Kanji & reading have been the main focus of my studies since 06, with a minor focus on the grammar.
I would love to shoot for ２級 in 09 but haven't been studying so much this year and even if I had, going from the 250 kanji that I'd mastered in time for 3級 to the 1023 for 2級 is a tall order! Not to mention all the added vocabulary & grammar points.
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