Kanji list for new N3


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Kanji list for new N3

Postby naren » Fri Feb 19, 2010 12:32 am

Where I will get the list of KANJI for new N3 ?
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Re: Kanji list for new N3

Postby naruru » Fri Feb 19, 2010 9:30 am

naren wrote:Where I will get the list of KANJI for new N3 ?


They won't :(

If you go to the JLPT site, there's a diagram of what level you're at based on understanding of the language. For example:

- I can understand basic conversation
- I can read newspapers
etc.
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Re: Kanji list for new N3

Postby naren » Fri Feb 19, 2010 8:58 pm

naruru wrote:
naren wrote:Where I will get the list of KANJI for new N3 ?


They won't :(

If you go to the JLPT site, there's a diagram of what level you're at based on understanding of the language. For example:

- I can understand basic conversation
- I can read newspapers
etc.


He I got the link for N3 Kanji and Vocab List! :)
Here you go -
http://www.mund-tandem.com/study/japanese/kanji/
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Re: Kanji list for new N3

Postby Allen Walker » Sun Feb 21, 2010 2:54 am

naren wrote:
naruru wrote:
naren wrote:Where I will get the list of KANJI for new N3 ?


They won't :(

If you go to the JLPT site, there's a diagram of what level you're at based on understanding of the language. For example:

- I can understand basic conversation
- I can read newspapers
etc.


He I got the link for N3 Kanji and Vocab List! :)
Here you go -
http://www.mund-tandem.com/study/japanese/kanji/

You should now that this isnt that accurate though...
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Postby asthenia » Mon Mar 01, 2010 12:38 am

Accurate or not though, it gives a good idea of what to be prepared to know. I'm going to use it when I study for the N3 too. Since they are refusing to let you know what's on it now, guessing is all anyone can do.
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Postby Allen Walker » Mon Mar 01, 2010 4:44 am

asthenia wrote:Accurate or not though, it gives a good idea of what to be prepared to know. I'm going to use it when I study for the N3 too. Since they are refusing to let you know what's on it now, guessing is all anyone can do.

Oh ,yes they are refusing too much!! I tried to convince them but..., couldn't do anything... :(
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Postby Mr_dog » Wed Mar 03, 2010 11:31 pm

Allen Walker wrote:
asthenia wrote:Accurate or not though, it gives a good idea of what to be prepared to know. I'm going to use it when I study for the N3 too. Since they are refusing to let you know what's on it now, guessing is all anyone can do.

Oh ,yes they are refusing too much!! I tried to convince them but..., couldn't do anything... :(


Mr Walker I wouldn't refuse to break your legs.
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Postby naruru » Fri Mar 05, 2010 5:23 am

Mr_dog wrote:
Allen Walker wrote:
asthenia wrote:Accurate or not though, it gives a good idea of what to be prepared to know. I'm going to use it when I study for the N3 too. Since they are refusing to let you know what's on it now, guessing is all anyone can do.

Oh ,yes they are refusing too much!! I tried to convince them but..., couldn't do anything... :(


Mr Walker I wouldn't refuse to break your legs.


They said they won't plan on putting how many kanji/vocab to know for the exam in a table like we used to see them in the practice exam books (the official exam books)...
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Postby asthenia » Fri Mar 05, 2010 10:06 pm

I don't remember seeing this on the site.. are they going to discontinue the test books they've been releasing also? If they don't, that will at least give N3 studiers some type of an idea of the range they'll need to know.
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Postby dimitri_can » Sat Mar 06, 2010 1:48 am

i managed to get 1 N3 textbook.
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Postby naruru » Fri Mar 12, 2010 5:08 am

dimitri_can wrote:i managed to get 1 N3 textbook.


But the test won't start until July.

Is it from the same publishing company they published the previous tests? :?
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Postby dimitri_can » Fri Apr 09, 2010 10:51 pm

yes
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N3 - Kanji, grammar and vocab lists

Postby jonwaller » Tue May 04, 2010 1:09 am

naren,

You might be interested in my estimate:
http://www.tanos.co.uk/jlpt/jlpt3/kanji/
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Postby rohit_xl » Mon Jul 05, 2010 4:07 pm

The first official JLPT N3 exam has now been conducted.
Can anyone check and compare if all the Kanji's that appeared in the test are covered in any of these Kanji lists? This will give a much better idea on the accuracy of these list.
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