JLPT Results

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RE: JLPT Results

Post by caroline » Wed 04.18.2007 1:01 pm

Thanks ココさん!

It puts things in perpective... :D

Average results were better this year than last, which may mean that the test was easier.

Nevertheless, it remains good to have passed!

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RE: JLPT Results

Post by terence_hideyoshi » Fri 04.20.2007 8:45 am

coco wrote:
ようやく2006年の結果がまとまったようです。
http://momo.jpf.go.jp/jlpt/e/result_e.html

平均点(カッコ内は2005年)は
1級 255.5点 (250.3点)
2級 217.6点 (215.6点)
3級 257.8点 (237.1点)
4級 258.2点 (243.2点)
でした。

2007年の試験日は12月2日です。
Infomation が どうも ありがとう。
caroline wrote:
Thanks ココさん!

It puts things in perpective... :D

Average results were better this year than last, which may mean that the test was easier.

Nevertheless, it remains good to have passed!
True. It is always good to pass. However, that also reflect where you are standing too. If the test is easy and u can't score, it could mean that you are not doing well too.

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RE: JLPT Results

Post by caroline » Fri 04.20.2007 12:27 pm

> Terence,

it's true that I'm mad that at least 48 persons did better than I :D

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RE: JLPT Results

Post by tanuki » Fri 04.20.2007 1:42 pm

Actually, the average this year was higher because we, the TJPers, went and got amazing scores, especially caroline-san. :)
僕の下手な日本語を直してください。

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RE: JLPT Results

Post by terence_hideyoshi » Fri 04.20.2007 10:52 pm

caroline wrote:
> Terence,

it's true that I'm mad that at least 48 persons did better than I :D
Well, you shouldn't be mad. Indeed, you should feel happy that there are still people ahead of you who you can challenge and improve yourself.
tanuki wrote:
Actually, the average this year was higher because we, the TJPers, went and got amazing scores, especially caroline-san. :)
hmm.. What does TJPers means? Oh yah! Tanuki san, which level you took last year? So sorry that I din't noticed anything if you happen to post it previously.

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Post by terence_hideyoshi » Fri 04.20.2007 10:54 pm

hmm... Tanuki san, I think I know what TJPers mean already. ^^

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RE: JLPT Results

Post by ss » Sat 04.21.2007 12:15 am

I like TJPian
Actually, the average this year was higher because we, the TJPers, went and got amazing scores, especially caroline-san.
+ 子狸 ;)

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Post by AussieB » Sat 04.21.2007 2:06 am

Thanks for the results link Coco さん。

I just had a look at the 1Q averages and it was so interesting to see the comparison in each section of those of us who took it overseas vs those who took it in Japan.

Writing/ vocab.......... Jp: 67.1 OS: 67.4
Grammar/ reading..... Jp:127.2 OS: 127.4

Almost no difference at all... but then

Listening............Jp:75.0 OS: 55.6 20% difference!

I guess this shows how much your listening skills improve when you live in Japan.

(Although the above seems logical it's still a little strange for me cos personally listening was my best section even though I only lived there for 9 months 8 years ago)
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RE: JLPT Results

Post by caroline » Sat 04.21.2007 5:55 am

Well, you shouldn't be mad. Indeed, you should feel happy that there are still people ahead of you who you can challenge and improve yourself
Actually, that was a joke : I still have 3 levels to go.... More seriously, I tend to find that challenging myself is far more rewarding than challenging others... And you're right : I can/must improve myself, I feel that everytime I go to lessons and I log on TJP!
tanuki wrote:
Actually, the average this year was higher because we, the TJPers, went and got amazing scores, especially caroline-san.
Tanuki, I never got around to tell you that you had an amazing score, and that's true!
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RE: JLPT Results

Post by coco » Sat 04.21.2007 7:12 am

AussieBさんのおっしゃるとおり聴解の20点差は大きい!
語彙・文法は1級2級ともに海外受験者の方が
僅かながら平均点が高いのに。

CarolineさんとHoshisatoさんの聴解での満点は
本当に努力の賜物ですね。 :)

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RE: JLPT Results

Post by tanuki » Sat 04.21.2007 8:50 am

terence_hideyoshi wrote:
Tanuki san, which level you took last year?
Level 4.
僕の下手な日本語を直してください。

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RE: JLPT Results

Post by terence_hideyoshi » Sat 04.21.2007 10:10 pm

tanuki wrote:
terence_hideyoshi wrote:
Tanuki san, which level you took last year?
Level 4.
icic.. That's great. Your result is very much better than mine. I'm so envy of you. I think I better buck up for level 3. :(

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RE: JLPT Results

Post by sambobuk » Mon 05.28.2007 10:49 pm

Hehe I got 70% on Level 4...studying for level 3 now *GULP* And I'm having EXTREME trouble understanding "shieki kei" and how to form shieki kei sentences :o
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