The JLPT Winter 2019 test is exactly one month away! How are your preparations going?
To ensure you are best prepared to pass the test, it is extremely important to make a game plan for the last 4 weeks leading up to the test!
You definitely will want to take at least one practice test and double check your knowledge of required grammar, kanji, vocabulary,etc. I’ve compiled a list of everything here in this blog post so let’s get started!
Review the JLPT practice tests
Now is a perfect time to review the practice tests for your JLPT level. We have free copies of the test available here on JLPT Sensei here. Check the links below for your level.
You know what they say, practice makes perfect and taking a practice test at least once before the actual exam will significantly increase your chances of passing!
- JLPT N1 Practice Test Free Download
- JLPT N2 Practice Test Free Download
- JLPT N3 Practice Test Free Download
- JLPT N4 Practice Test Free Download
- JLPT N5 Practice Test Free Download
Use the actual practice test book
It is probably best that you practice the test with paper and not from a computer to replicate the exam conditions.
If you are not able to print all of the papers from the download, consider purchasing the practice test workbook. It is less than $10 (1,000 yen) on Amazon. (images link to amazon)
Review JLPT Grammar
Have you memorized all of the grammar you need to know in order to pass your JLPT level? Check out our detailed JLPT grammar lists with individual lessons and numerous examples.
- JLPT N1 Grammar List
- JLPT N2 Grammar List
- JLPT N3 Grammar List
- JLPT N4 Grammar List
- JLPT N5 Grammar List
Review JLPT Kanji
Have you memorized all of the kanji you need to know in order to pass your JLPT level? Double check your knowledge on our kanji list lessons.
Review JLPT Vocabulary
Have you memorized all of the vocabulary you need to know in order to pass your JLPT level? Double check your knowledge on our vocabulary list lessons (not 100% completed yet, but new lessons are added daily).
Make This Last Month Count
Write down a schedule for the next 4 weeks with your studying plans and goals for before taking the official test on December 1st.
Try to stick to the schedule as best you can, and make sure to do at least one practice test in similar conditions to the real test. That means no cell phone, no breaks, no distractions, etc.
Good luck! がんばって！