What is the JLPT?
The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is an internationally recognised evaluation and certification of Japanese-language proficiency.
In 2012, over 572,000 people took the test in 64 countries and areas worldwide. It is the largest Japanese language test in the world.
The JLPT advantage
In Japan, the JLPT is taken into consideration for preferential immigration treatment as well as an eligibility for various national exams. Outside Japan, the JLPT is widely recognised across corporate and government sectors as a benchmark for proficiency measurement. It is also a strong motivator for students of Japanese language and allows learners to accurately gauge the level of their ability.
Taking the right test level
- If you are unsure about which level to take, try some sample questions.
- If you do not plan to take the test in Adelaide, please click here to find your local test venue
Information about the 2016 JLPT
The JLPT will be held in Adelaide on Sunday, 4 December 2016 from 1:30pm - 4:40pm at The University of South Australia City West Campus.
Please be at the venue no later than 1:00pm.
Applications for the 2016 JLPT are now CLOSED. Applications close Friday, 9 September 2016.
How to register for the test
Please visit www.jpf.org.au/jlpt and follow the links to register for the test in Adelaide.