ABOUT JLPT TEST
The Japanese Language Proficient test (JLPT) evaluates the non-native speakers on their proficiency and knowledge of the Japanese language. It is being conducted by the Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services since 1984.
As per official records, the number of candidates who appeared for JLPT in 2018 stood at 1,009,074, and the count is increasing each year. The results are not only used for measuring the language skill, but also for screening and evaluation for hiring and promotions. It is considered as a formidable Japanese language qualification which adds weightage to the resume. At Ohana Japanese School, five levels of Japanese language courses are taught starting from elementary to advanced level for JLPT.
In N3, under the reading section, one can understand everyday topics, newspaper headlines, and difficult writings. While under the listening section, one can comprehend conversations in daily life, speak words at a specific speed, besides other contents.