To start the Japanese Test, you must enter your name, email, contact telephone number with international code and your age.
The Japanese Test consists of several questions. You mark the answer that you consider correct with the three or four options offered.
Do not use your dictionary, internet or ask a family member or friend, as the result would not be true and would work against you. This test is not an exam but rather simply to acquire knowledge of your current level of Japanese.
Please answer only the questions you think you know. If you don't know the answer, don't guess!
The questions get harder as the test progresses, so don't worry if you can't complete it.
If you need to stop your test once it has started, don't worry when you return, you will continue where you left off.
Once the Japanese test is finished, we will send you the results obtained and the preliminary level determined by Learning Languages Abroad.
The result of the Japanese Test is in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR), giving a result of A1 low, A1 medium or A2. Low levels of Japanese are very extensive.