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Graagh [Mar. 21st, 2006|04:17 pm]
This is most frustrating. Most of you know I'm currently taking Japanese 3 in my Uni now. Most of you also know that the University's Japanese programme is close to crap, as that's the highest level it offers, and it's far from sufficient in my quest to have a Japanese minor/major/anything fancy to prove I can speak it. Frustrating.

Which gives me a new quest - to search for various schools that DO offer higher lvls of Japanese classes that I can take (maybe during the summer), so I can get those damn credits. *SIGH* Well, no pain, no gain I guess.

[User Picture]From: julsey
2006-03-21 11:34 pm (UTC)
um.. MOERO!

..or something.
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[User Picture]From: kronon
2006-03-22 02:10 am (UTC)
What level is Japanese 3 over there? JLPT 3?
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[User Picture]From: kyq
2006-03-22 03:35 am (UTC)
I'm not too sure, maybe it is? It's entirely in Japanese now, and we cover a fair amount of Kanji so maybe?
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[User Picture]From: kronon
2006-03-22 09:22 am (UTC)
Hmm, not too sure. JLPT 4 has quite a buncha Kanji too. You could probably check with your prof to see which level that is at now. Anyway, most Japanese courses usually encourage their students to take the JLPTs since it's an international standard and it's a pretty good gauge of your abilities.
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