Wanikani July JLPT Community Event (aka Joint Mock JLPT on July 4th, home thread)

MOCK JLPT JULY 4 - Guidelines + Planning

  • Go to this page

  • Click the blue button with “JLPT Official Practice Workbook (published 2012)”

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  • Go to the right level and download the necessary files (or download these as you go through them, it’s up to you!)
  • Start whenever you want, but for a more ‘accurate’ experience, you could follow the schedules as described below.

Click your level below to see a guideline of the sections and allocated time + the amount of questions.

N5
Section Duration (min) Questions
Language Knowledge (Vocabulary) 25 33
BREAK 20
Language Knowledge (Grammar・Reading) 50 26 (G) - 6 (R)
BREAK 20
Listening 30 24
*NOTE: Grammar and Reading are combined in one section, but the documents are in separate files!
*NOTE: Starting in 2020 the test times have changed, see Composition of Test Sections and Items | JLPT Japanese-Language Proficiency Test for more information.

As of July 3rd, there are 41 people who have signed up for the N5, good luck to all of you!

N4
Section Duration (min) Questions
Language Knowledge (Vocabulary) 30 34
BREAK 20
Language Knowledge (Grammar・Reading) 60 25 (G) - 10 (R)
BREAK 20
Listening 35 28
*NOTE: Grammar and Reading are combined in one section, but the documents are in separate files!
*NOTE: Starting in 2020 the test times have changed, see Composition of Test Sections and Items | JLPT Japanese-Language Proficiency Test for more information.

As of July 3rd, there are 30 people who have signed up for the N4, good luck to all of you!

N3
Section Duration (min) Questions
Language Knowledge (Vocabulary) 30 33
BREAK 20
Language Knowledge (Grammar・Reading) 70 23 (G) - 16 (R)
BREAK 20
Listening 40 27
*NOTE: Grammar and Reading are combined in one section, but the documents are in separate files!
*NOTE: Starting in 2020 the test times have changed, see Composition of Test Sections and Items | JLPT Japanese-Language Proficiency Test for more information.

As of July 3rd, there are 20 people who have signed up for the N3, good luck to all of you!

N2
Section Duration (min) Questions
Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar ・Reading) 105 32 (V) - 22 (G) - 21 (R)
BREAK 20
Listening 50 30
*NOTE: Vocabulary/Grammar and Reading are combined in one section, but the documents are in separate files!

As of July 3rd, there are 15 people who have signed up for the N2, good luck to all of you!

N1
Section Duration (min) Questions
Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar ・Reading) 110 25 (V) - 20 (G) - 24 (R)
BREAK 20
Listening 60 35
*NOTE: Vocabulary/Grammar and Reading are combined in one section, but the documents are in separate files!

As of July 3rd, there are 5 people who have signed up for the N1, good luck to all of you!

Good luck everyone :blush:

Unofficial scoring method per level will be uploaded in a couple of hours, except for N1, which will be uploaded after I’ve taken the test :stuck_out_tongue: also let me know if anything is incorrect or missing in this post so I can add it!

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