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Free JLPT Online Quiz; Can You Pass JLPT-N5?

Do you think you can you pass the JLPT-N5 exam? At LingoClass we understand that JLPT testing can be intimidating and it's often difficult to know whether you have learned enough before taking the exam!

Well now you can find out before sitting down for the official test. Our expert teachers have developed this free online JLPT-N5 mock exam. If you can pass the test below you can pass the real JLPT exam for sure! Good luck!

Please attempt to answer every question below. If you don't understand it just take your time and do your best. There is nobody judging you here!


Please note it is very difficult to accurately assess someone's JLPT level from a short online test. 

If you're interested in studying with us, our teachers can help you to more thoroughly understand and build upon your current level.

We hope to see you soon!

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What is JLPT?

JLPT is the official testing standard for assessing the Japanese language skills of non-native speakers. The JLPT test assesses one's ability to read, write and understand spoken Japanese. It's a great qualification for anyone's CV and the perfect way of keeping track of students' progress in the language.

How Many JLPT Levels are there?

The JLPT exam is split into 5 distinct difficulty levels, N5 being the easiest and N1 being the most difficult. Each level requires students to learn and understand certain vocabulary and grammar and be able to use it in every day situations. To get more detail on the requirements for each JLPT level, where to book the exam and how best to study for JLPT N5, check out the helpful article below

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How Can I Improve my JLPT Level?

Improving your JLPT level is an important goal for most Japanese language students. The best way to improve is by studying with a qualified teacher and immersing yourself in the language as much as possible. 

However, you will also need to revise in your own time and may wish to sit past papers or read about how other people have studied for the test. To help you do this we've built a resource hub dedicated specifically to all things JLPT. Explore below!

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