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RE: JLPT Results

Postby tanuki » Fri 02.16.2007 9:07 pm

flammable hippo wrote:
...the listening was a b*tch


Argh! You reminded me of the food/sports girl! :@

I wonder when the results are going to come here. Well, I'll just keep on waiting. :(
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby datdo » Fri 02.16.2007 10:16 pm

That reminded me of the whole listening section...

I wonder how I did as well...
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby caroline » Sat 02.17.2007 6:21 am

tanuki wrote:
flammable hippo wrote:
...the listening was a b*tch


Argh! You reminded me of the food/sports girl! :@

I wonder when the results are going to come here. Well, I'll just keep on waiting. :(


Well, Tanuki, be sure to let us know.
As Coco wrote, we will be going for 3kyuu this year, and I don't think the listening can be worse than it was, though I was kind of very lucky (but it was mostly luck, and that girl and her friends does remind me just that) and I still dread the audio part more than the rest!

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RE: JLPT Results

Postby Harisenbon » Sat 02.17.2007 6:59 pm

Franz wrote:
For the record, Harisenbon did pass 1級 (kicked its ass, I might add). Four of us took 1級 together, and only three of us passed (I barely passed).

I know who didn't pass...can I get a prize for guessing right?


Hey Franz. Didn't expect to see you here.
I was wondering how someone knew my score. I was afraid I had another stalker. ;)

And no, you don't get a prize for guessing right. ;)
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby Txkun » Sat 02.17.2007 7:33 pm

Congrats to everyone that passed.
I'll hope italian mail system will not lose the mail as it always does.
Lol I remember the girl and her friends... she talked 3x times faster than the others in the test. I was like :o
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby KNH » Tue 02.20.2007 3:15 pm

Since that's the case, Harisenbon-san, おめでとうございます!!! Are you going to try the 漢字検定 next, or are you done with exams?

About 2 weeks left until the results come! The anxiousness grows.
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby Harisenbon » Wed 02.21.2007 11:49 pm

Saiaku_Akuma wrote:
Since that's the case, Harisenbon-san, おめでとうございます!!! Are you going to try the 漢字検定 next, or are you done with exams?

About 2 weeks left until the results come! The anxiousness grows.


I'm going to take the JLPT this year to try and up my score (just for kicks) and then also start trying for the JETRO test. I probably won't do the 漢字検定 because my kanji writing skills are so wretched.

Good luck! I hope you pass!
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby AussieB » Thu 02.22.2007 1:00 am

.....well I'm still waiting (not so patiently!)

Has anyone who sat JLPT in an overseas location got their results yet?
Anyone in Australia? anyone in Melbourne?...

Can't do much about it I guess, just have to keep on waiting and wondering

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RE: JLPT Results

Postby caroline » Thu 02.22.2007 8:28 am

Has anyone who sat JLPT in an overseas location got their results yet?

In France, which is not significantly closer than Australia to Japan, we received them (they were sent on Feb 15th). But it depends on the diligence of the "host" or local organization... and reliability of local mail.
So, patience, my friend! ;)
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby Yudan Taiteki » Thu 02.22.2007 9:09 am

Harisenbon: Doing the Kanji Kentei is a great way to improve your handwriting skills. Mine were terrible, so I started studying with level 8 books, and worked my way up to level 5 -- then I took 5, 4, and 3. Now I think I'm actually pretty good at handwriting kanji. I had to leave Japan before I could get to 2; maybe next time.
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby Harisenbon » Thu 02.22.2007 8:28 pm

Yudan Taiteki wrote:
Harisenbon: Doing the Kanji Kentei is a great way to improve your handwriting skills. Mine were terrible, so I started studying with level 8 books, and worked my way up to level 5 -- then I took 5, 4, and 3. Now I think I'm actually pretty good at handwriting kanji. I had to leave Japan before I could get to 2; maybe next time.


I have thought about doing it for just that reason, but the amount of time I have to practice writing kanji is much more limited than the time I have to practice speaking or reading (both of which I can do at work without looking like I'm wasting time).

I did pick up the kanjikentei game for the DS, and have been slogging through that. It's really pathetic, because while I can do fairly well on the reading/stroke order my kanji writing is still at the 7級 level.

I studied 習字 for a year when I first got here, and my handwriting improved incredibly but I've since stopped and my hand writing returned to it's normal illegibility (much like my english handwriting) ;)
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby ss » Tue 02.27.2007 9:20 pm

Finally received my 4kyuu result! I got 100/56/180 = 336
聽解 really pulls down my marks, and I need to strengthen my grammer. :(


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RE: JLPT Results

Postby AussieB » Tue 02.27.2007 9:39 pm

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In France, which is not significantly closer than Australia to Japan, we received them (they were sent on Feb 15th). But it depends on the diligence of the "host" or local organization... and reliability of local mail.
So, patience, my friend! ;)


Well it is the end of February and still no results....
and unfortunately (as you may have noticed) patience is not one of my virtues!
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby Harisenbon » Tue 02.27.2007 10:23 pm

SS wrote:
Finally received my 4kyuu result! I got 100/56/180 = 336
聽解 really pulls down my marks, and I need to strengthen my grammer. :(


おめでとうございます!
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RE: JLPT Results

Postby coco » Tue 02.27.2007 10:34 pm

I got 100/56/180 = 336

やった! 合格おめでとうございます。 :)
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