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2019 JLPT N2 Results

Yay I passed my JLPT N2 again! 🙂 I am very grateful that the language has not left me, despite not having enough time to practice or use it often over the past three years. When I was still studying, I thought that as long as one is disciplined enough, “no time” shouldn’t be an excuse. But as I entered the working world, I think I must take back my words. I’m not sure if I am just not disciplined enough, or that indeed it’s tough to balance amongst all the different commitments of an adult.

In any case, this year, I made sommmmme some steps progress to incorporate Japanese back into my life. Baby steps, but I’m getting there.

Happy to see that I’ve not lost the language.

2019 JLPT Results

hahaha look at the abysmal vocab/grammar scores lolol. This has always been a weak area for me. But I’m quite proud of my reading scores.

2016 JLPT Results

It’s quite funny how much scores remained quite consistent. Not that I have anything to complain about, I’m grateful that I can even maintain the same standard. But thought it was funny how reading has been consistently my best section 🙂

Promised myself (and few others) that I would take N1 in December should I pass N2. I did, so I signed up!! Hahaha I love taking language tests and I’m very motivated now.

Psychoed a few others to join me to take the test hahaha. Reminds me of how I managed to get WX and Nicholas to join me for HSK 2 years ago.

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    2 September, 2019 at 11:18 PM

    I agree with you. It’s difficult to find the right balance between Work and Language Study.
    I started learning new languages (Korean, Japanese and Portuguese) after I started to work. And I have never found the right balance. (And have other activities which take a lot of my time: dance and Taekkyon).
    That’s why my level in these languages is so low… It has been a full year that I didn’t found time to open a textbook or just practice the languages. I think I forgot all my Japanese and Portuguese. I think I still have a basic Korean (because I learn this language for a very long time compared to the other two.)

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