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_messagebo
If you feel like watching Japanese TV I recommend KeyholeTV.
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