Although I passed the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) level 2 seven years ago, I went for another round of torture to challenge the new JLPT2. Apparently this time, the organizers had turned clever and decided to pass examinees based on how they fared in each section such as grammar, vocab/kanji, reading comprehension and listening comprehension. Unfortunately for me, my grammar and listening is weak and so the chances of passing is slim... -_-
For now, I'm glad that one test is over. The next agenda is to look for a Japanese Graduate School. Believe me, it's a pain in the ass to apply for Japanese Universities... I'll do a more detailed post on that when I'm more free <-which might not happen any time soon because of my scholarship activities too... I'm so BUSY that everyone commented that I'd slimmed down ever since I came to Japan. No time, little money... SIGH! What to do? At least I can watch a few FIFA matches in Japanese.