Now that LeBron’s “decision” has made him the walking manifestation of the Cleveland curse, the time has come for Japanese language students across the county to consider their decision. Is this the year to go for that JLPT certification? As of earlier this week, the December 2010 U.S. JLPT test date has been set.
Long story short, the test date is Sunday, December 5, 2010 at limited locations across the U.S.
Registration begins on August 2nd.
Everything you need to know about registration, testing locations, and costs are here.
Everything you need to know about the new testing format and difficulty levels is here.
It’s finals time now, so things are going to be slow here for the next couple of weeks. Last week, however, was the NALP Conference in Puerto Rico– and Above the Law produced the following summary of legal resume advice that’s worth reading through.
Of particular concern to former JETs should be the tidbits about overall resume length and the weight your language ability will ultimately have on your resume. At the end of the day, it may make aiming for that 1kyuu (or N1, as it’s called now) or JETRO exam certification worth it.