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7/26/12 11:53 A

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What level are you taking the JLPT on?
I have currently been using Genki Japanese course book to study. After studying I have found out that I am no where near passing N5 because I donwloaded a JLPT practice app on my phone and failed with a 55%
I have heard good things about AJATT www.alljapaneseallthetime.com/blog/ Another good site that I have been using is jlptbootcamp.com/

I am not sure if that helps you at all.
The only goal I have is to be fluent and confident enough to speak to a native speaker because I freak out when I try and talk to anyone native Japanese.
I just posted this and it has a few useful links that I use. www.sparkpeople.com/myspark/team_mes
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If you feel like watching Japanese TV I recommend KeyholeTV.

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2/21/11 8:33 A

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How do you motivate yourself to study when the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) seems so far away?

What small goals do you set? Have you worked with any specific materials? I just finished a big project at work and know that I now need to start focusing in that direction or else I won't get there by December.

My goals may end up being more set based on what I'm using to study, but I love hearing what others are doing to study.

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