Referring to classes taken at or through a college.
I’m in the position of having an unfulfilled foreign language requirement.
However, Japanese isn’t offered at my current college.
In order to gain those credits without taking classes I don’t want to, I have to prove my proficiency, and I’m thinking (alongside advisors) the easiest way to do that would be the JLPT. Which (finally) leads me to my question.
What level should I go for? Roughly what JLPT level would two formal semesters of Japanese classes get you to? N4 at most is my best guess, but as I will only have the one shot I want to be certain I’ll pass it. Can I get away with N5? Does it matter? Anyone have any experience with this?