Placement TestsFor those who have studied Japanese elsewhere, placement tests are available to find the most suitable course. Please visit the DLLL main office during the counter hours [9:30 - 12:00 / 14:00-15:30 during the summer] to write the one according to you level. All tests are written only, but you may be asked to speak with one of the instructors for oral fluency. Hiragana and Katakana characters are assumed. The online placement tests are in preparation.
|Recom.Course||Structure||Vocabulary||Speaking||Writing||Proficiency Test Equivalent|
|AP/JP2000 6.0||Simple sentence & some complex sentence||Beginners': 800-1000 words||Basic daily interaction||150 Kanji||N5 or N4
|AP/JP3000 6.0||Complex sentence grammar||Lower Intermediate: 1500-1800 words||Intermediate||450 Kanji||N4 or N3
|AP/JP4000 6.0||Discourse Grammar||Higher Intermediate: 2200-2500 words||Higher Intermediate or Lower Advanced||Kyouiku Kanji: 881+||N3 or N2
For further information please contact:
Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguisticsaddress: 4700 Keele Street, North York, Ontario, Canada M1J 1P3
office: S561 Ross