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Japanese Language Proficiency Test

מבחן בינלאומי המאורגן ע"י
THE JAPAN FOUNDATION AND JAPAN EDUCATIONAL EXCHANGE AND SERVICES(JEES)
 

מבחן הבקיאות בשפה היפנית  - JLPT  - 2017
המבחן יתקיים ביום ראשון 3.12.2017 בשעה 15:45 באוניברסיטת תל אביב .


ההרשמה נפתחה!
הרשמה למבחן תתקיים בין התאריכים 15.6.2017-8.9.2017 במקומות הבאים:


שגרירות יפן בתל אביב
info@tl.mofa.go.jp
 
אוניברסיטת חיפה
 ריקה טקאקי-עיני  rikaeiny@gmail.com | סיגל שניידר   shneidr@netvision.net.il
 
הטכניון ומוזיאון טיקוטין לאמנות יפנית
ריקה טקאקי-עיני  rikaeiny@gmail.com
 
אוניברסיטת תל אביב
מיקה לוי-יממורי  yamamori@post.tau.ac.il
 
האוניברסיטה העברית
נעה אופנהיים  oppnoa@gmail.com
 
אוניברסיטת בר אילן
מיהו קטאוקה  kataoka.miho@gmail.com
 
מכללת תל חי
היסאה סאטו  sato.hisae@gmail.com
 

* בעת ההרשמה יש להביא 120 ₪ במזומן ללא עודף (עלות המבחן לכל הרמות 1-5) וכן שתי תמונות פספורט בגודל 3*3~4.
 

* סטודנטים המעוניינים להירשם וזכאים להתאמות מיוחדות:
מוזמנים ליצור קשר עד ה-20.7 עם מיקה לוי-יממורי או עם המורות באוניברסיטה.
 
* הסבר על המבחן:  http://www.jlpt.jp/e/index.html

* המבחן מאורגן על ידי האגודה הישראלית ללימודי יפן ושגרירות יפן בישראל.
 
בהצלחה!

 

Level A Summary of Linguistic Competence Required for Each Level Corresponding Levels of New and Old Tests
N1 The ability to understand Japanese used in a variety of circumstances. Approximately the same level as the old Level 1 test, but designed to measure slightly more advanced abilities.
N2 The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations, and in a variety of circumstances to a certain degree. Approximately the same level as the old Level 2 test.
N3 The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations to a certain degree. Positioned at a level bridging the old Level 2 and Level 3 tests. (Newly established)
N4 The ability to understand basic Japanese. Approximately the same level as the old Level 3 test.
N5 The ability to understand some basic Japanese. Approximately the same level as the old Level 4 test.

 
As for the criteria of the old test, it is as follows;
 

 

Level Criteria
1 The examinee has mastered grammar to a high level, knows around 2.000 Kanji and 10.000 words, and has an integrated command of the language sufficient for life in Japanese society.  This level is normally reached after studying Japanese for around 900 hours.
2 The examinee has mastered grammar to a relatively high level, knows around 1.000 Kanji and 6.000 words, and has the ability to converse, read and write about matters of a general nature.  This level is normally reached after studying Japanese for around 600 hours and after completion of an intermediate course.
3 The examinee has mastered grammar to a limited level, knows around 300 Kanji and 1.500 words, and has the ability to take part in everyday conversation and to read and write simple sentences.  This level is normally reached after studying Japanese for around 300 hours and after completion of an elementary course.
4 The examinee has mastered the basic elements of grammar, knows around 100 Kanji and 800 words, and has the ability to engage in simple conversation and to read and write short, simple sentences.  This level is normally reached after studying Japanese for around 150 hours and after completion of the first half of an elementary course.

 
 
                                                           Test Sections and Test Time
 
With Levels N1 and N2, “Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar)” and “Reading” are treated as one test section. With Levels N3, N4 and N5, “Language Knowledge (Vocabulary)” and “Language Knowledge (Grammar) ▪ Reading” are treated as two separate sections.

 

Level Test Sections (Test time)
N1 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) ▪ Reading   (110min) Listening   (60min)
N2 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) ▪ Reading   (105min) Listening   (50min)
N3 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary)  (30min) Language Knowledge (Grammar) ▪ Reading (70min) Listening   (40min)
N4 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary)  (30min) Language Knowledge (Grammar) ▪ Reading (60min) Listening   (35min)
N5 Language Knowledge (Vocabulary)  (25min) Language Knowledge (Grammar) ▪ Reading (50min) Listening   (30min)

 
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How is pass/fail determined?
A determination of pass or fail cannot be made if you do not take any section of the test. To pass the test, examinees are required to have (1) the minimum acceptable total score (to be announced later) and (2) a minimum acceptable score in each Scoring Section (to be announced later).

Scores of Each Section in each level:
(With Levels N4 and N5, “Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar)” and “Reading” are graded as one section.)
 

 

Level Scoring Sections Range of Scores
N1
N2
N3
Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar)
Reading
Listening
Total Score
0~60
0~60
0~60
0~180
N4
N5
Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) ▪ Reading
Listening
Total Score
0~120
0~60
0~180

 
To see the pattern of the Test questions and answers, and to try solving some sample questions:

You can use the “New Japanese – Language Proficiency Test Sample Questions” available on the Official Worldwide JLPT Website:
www.jlpt.jp
 The Sample Questions cover all question styles for all levels.
 

JLPT in Israel
 





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