JLPT N5 app for iPhone and iPad

4.7 ( 9997 ratings )
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Developer: rakutentech
0.99 USD
Current version: v1.0, last update: 1 year ago
First release : 02 Jun 2010
App size: 234.37 Kb

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The app includes JLPT N5 all items,such as Kanji ,Vocabulary,Grammar.We hope that helps the people who study Japanese language and have final goal of passing Japanese Language Proficiency Test(JLPT).

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (日本語能力試験, Nihongo Nōryoku Shiken), or JLPT, is a standardized criterion-referenced test to evaluate and certify the Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers. It is held twice a year in East Asia and once a year in other regions. The JLPT now has five levels, with Level N5 the most basic and Level N1 the most difficult. From 1984 to 2009 the test had 4 levels, with Level 4 the most basic and Level 1 the most difficult. But a new level was inserted between 2 and 3, meaning N5 corresponds to the old Level 4. The Japan Foundation estimates that approximately 150 hours of study were necessary to pass the Level 4 exam and 900 hours of study were required to pass the Level 1 test,although the figures may be significantly higher for native English speakers. In 2008, the Japanese government announced a plan under consideration to use the JLPT to screen applicants for long-term and permanent resident visas.The test is held on the first Sunday of July and December each year.

* N1: the same passing level as the original level 1, but able to gauge slightly more advanced skills, possibly through equating of test scores
* N2: the same as the original level 2
* N3: in between the original level 2 and level 3
* N4: the same as the original level 3
* N5: the same as the original level 4

Latest reviews of JLPT N5 app for iPhone and iPad

It helps me
Now I prepare for JLPT N5,it helps me.thanks.
Useful for verb ending study
So many other apps for the JLPT overlook Vern endings. This isnt a quiz app, but a reference app with verb endings and proper syntax (amongst a vocabulary and kanji list). For someone who is taking the test in a couple of months but hasnt been in Japanese this semester, this is a great refresher when something looks odd on a practice test. At a buck, its one of the best JLPT study apps out there.
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