For the first time, Turkmenistan will hold an exam on the level of Japanese language proficiency

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For the first time, Turkmenistan will hold an exam on the level of Japanese language proficiency

For the first time, the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) will be held in Turkmenistan, organized by the Japan Foundation and the International society for support of education in Japan (Japanese Educational Exchanges and Services) with the assistance of the Embassy of Japan in Turkmenistan. This is reported on the Embassy's website.

The JLPT is the world's largest Japanese language exam, conducted in Japan and abroad to measure and validate Japanese language proficiency for those who do not speak Japanese as their first language.

Those who wish to pass the exam must read the exam instructions and submit the completed application form and exam sheet to the Embassy of Japan in Turkmenistan along with the payment.

Admission period: until November 12 (Thursday).

In the morning: from 10: 00 to 12: 00

Afternoon: from 14: 00 to 16: 00

Exam cost: N1-200 manat (10 places)

N2 -180 manat (30 places)

N3 -160 manat (40 places)

N4-140 manat (120 places)

N5 - 120 manat (180 seats) exam

instructions (PDF)

application for passing the exam / exam sheet (PDF) the

Embassy asks you to fill in 3 copies of the application from A to C and 2 copies of the exam sheets.

The exam will be held on December 6 (Sunday). The specific time and venue will be published on the Embassy's website.

More detailed information about the exam conditions and schedule can be found on the Embassy's website.

 

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