What sort of test is the JLPT?
The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test is held in Japan and abroad to evaluate and certify Japanese-language proficiency of non-native speakers.
Are there any special qualifications needed to take the JLPT?
The JLPT is open to all non-native Japanese speakers.
Can elementary school or junior high school students take the JLPT?
Yes, they can. There are no age restrictions for the JLPT.
I have a physical disability. Can I take the JLPT?
Yes, you can. We make special arrangements for examinees with disabilities. Please inquire at the institution conducting the test in the country/area where you plan to take it. Those who would like to make special arrangements need to submit "Request Form for Special Arrangements" along with their application form upon registration.
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