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The Japanese Language NAT-TEST is an examination that measures the Japanese language ability of students who are not native Japanese speakers. The tests are separated by difficulty (five levels) and general ability is measured in three categories: Grammar/Vocabulary, Listening and Reading Comprehension. The format of the exam and the types of questions are equivalent to those that appear on the Japanese Language Ability Test (JLPT).
How does the Japanese Language NAT-TEST differ from the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)?
The NAT-TEST uses the same standards and formats that are used by the JLPT. The five levels of the NAT-TEST correspond to the five levels of the JLPT, both in name and approximate level of difficulty. However, we consider the each level of the NAT-TEST to be slightly more difficult than its corresponding level on the JLPT so the test has also been designed as an excellent way to practice for the JLPT.
Strengths of The NAT-TEST
A decades-long, worldwide record of success
The Japanese Language NAT-TEST is based on the Japanese Language Achievement Test for Non-Native Speakers, held twice a year since 1988 in Japan and other countries such as China, Taiwan and South Korea. The Japanese Language Achievement Test is used by many Japanese language schools and education centers as a proactive way of measuring students` performance and in guidance counseling.
The best way to prepare for the JLPT
The format of the Japanese Language NAT-TEST and questions that appear on it are based on the Japanese Language Achievement Test for Non-Native Speakers, which also conforms to the guidelines of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). When students are entering a Japanese university or applying for a college student visa, they often take the JLPT as a general way to measure their language ability. Because the NAT-TEST conforms to the guidelines of the JLPT, it is also an excellent way to prepare for that exam. (For example, Level 5 of the NAT-TEST is equivalent to N5 of the JLPT) One other advantage the NAT-TEST has is that while the JLPT is only held twice a year (once a year in select countries), our exam is held six times a year so you can use it to get a more detailed measure of the progress of your Japanese ability.
Quick and detailed exam results
We issue the results of the test within three weeks of the examination date. On the score report will be printed not only your general score but also a detailed breakdown of the different sections and how you performed on them. Your strong suits and weak points on the test will be visible at a glance. For those who pass, a certificate will be issued as well.
An exam of the highest quality
The members of our administration committee, who create the questions and material that appear on the exam, are veteran Japanese language instructors as well as textbook writers and editors. We use reference materials that have an established reputation in the Japanese language education industry and guarantee high quality examination questions and material, as our basic guidelines that are used for creating questions.
Integrity of the exam
The administration committee of the Japanese Language NAT-TEST does not allow any improprieties concerning test taking. It is our duty to confirm the identities of all test takers of the NAT-TEST. To do this, we issue application tickets with the test taker’s photo and identifying information. The proctors at each exam site also confirm the identities of each test taker by making sure they have identification that matches their application ticket.
In order to ensure the integrity of all parts of the examination process, all of our test takers, users and administrators have agreed to abide by the NAT-TEST Code of Honor, which helps ensure the honest behavior of all those involved with the exam. We thank you all for your cooperation.
Levels and Selections Of The Exam
There are five levels of the Japanese Language NAT-TEST. Level 5 is the easiest followed by levels 4, 3, 2, and then level 1, which is the most difficult. The difficulty of each level corresponds to its respective level (from N5 to N1) on the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT).
Levels 1 and 2 have a Language Knowledge section, which includes reading, grammar and vocabulary, a Reading Comprehension section and a Listening section. Levels 3, 4 and 5 have a Language Knowledge section, which includes kanji and vocabulary, a second Language Knowledge section with grammar and reading, and then a Listening section. On the day of the exam, it will take several hours for test takers to complete the test.
This is how we create the questions and content that appear on the Japanese Language NAT-TEST:
- The NAT-TEST administration committee members responsible for creating questions and content for the exam create preliminary test questions.
- These preliminary questions are checked and organized by administration committee staff.
- The members then finalize these in groups of two, and create the preliminary questions that will appear on the exam.
- The testing administration committee meets as a full body and checks the questions that have been created, making any necessary corrections or alterations. These questions become the second drafts of the questions to appear on the exam.
- Members of our Standards and Practices Committee then check the questions and return them to the main committee along with any addendums, corrections, additions, etc. that they feel needs to be made to the questions to adhere to the standards of our examination process.
- Based on the feedback from the Standards and Practices Committee, the questions are revised and modified. As long as is necessary, steps 4 and 5 are repeated until the final drafts of the questions have been completed.
- Staff of the NAT-TEST Administration Committee make a final check of the questions and the ones that will ultimately appear on the exam are finalized.
Administration Of The NAT-TEST
The administration of the NAT-TEST is handled entirely by the Administration Committee of Senmon Kyouiku Publishing Co. (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, Japan). The tests are operated by the Regional Office of each country. The Committee provides Regional Offices technical assistance and support to operate the NAT-TEST correctly and ensure the integrity of testing.
The Score Report and Certificate Of Proficiency
A score report will be sent to all test takers of the NAT-TEST. For those who pass the exam, a certificate of proficiency will be sent as well with the examiner’s picture attached.
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Frequently asked questions
The length of the test depends on the level, however it should take about 2-3 hours to complete. There will be a 10 minute break between each section of the test.
Your check-in time is written on the information card that will be sent to you via mail along with your application ticket.
You should bring your application ticket, a form of identification with your picture attached to it (driver’s license, passport, etc.), a pencil that can make solid, dark markings on the answer sheet (B, 2B, etc.), and a good eraser that won’t leave smudges.
If you do not have your application ticket and identification, you will be unable to take the exam. Please do not forget these.
We are unable to refund any registration fees that we have received, regardless of the reason. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. However, you may change your exam date so please contact us up to one week before the exam to do so.
From the choices given to you on the exam, you will choose one answer and fill in a solid, dark circle with your pencil on the computer scored answer sheet.
When you mark your answer on the sheet with your pencil, fill in a dark, solid, circle so that the designated area is completely filled in. If you fill in two or more circles, punch through the answer sheet, or lightly fill in an answer, the question will be marked as incorrect. If you are going to erase an answer, make sure you erase your mark completely.