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SAT Subject Test in Japanese with Listening Classes Near Me

If you enjoy speaking Japanese and want to test your knowledge of it with the SAT Japanese with Listening exam, consider signing up for an SAT Subject Test in Japanese with Listening class. We, at Veritas Prep, will do everything possible to assist you in going for your educational ambitions. Reach out to an academic advisor to learn more about this service.

As a high school upperclassman, interested in taking the SAT Subject Test in Japanese with Listening class, you may or may not be a bit familiar with the contents of the exam, so here’s an overview.

The SAT Subject Test in Japanese with Listening is a test offered every year during the month of November. It’s worth 200 to 800 points, and it contains 80 multiple-choice questions with a one-hour time limit. You have 20 minutes to complete the listening portion and 40 minutes to complete the reading portion. Make sure to bring an approved CD player with headphones. You need two to four years’ experience of studying Japanese in high school, and it’s a plus if you had the opportunity for immersion, either through travel or a camp. This test covers reading comprehension, listening comprehension, and usage. The reading comprehension section has questions written in English, with text containing katakana, hiragana, and kanji, without furigana. It makes up 35 percent of the exam. The listening comprehension portion involves identifying what’s being said in short narratives and dialogues about everyday topics. Like the reading comprehension section, it comprises 35 percent of the test. In the usage portion, there are two columns containing different ways the Japanese language is written. The left column uses romaji, a term to describe the Romanized style of writing. The right column has the Japanese language written with kanji, including furigana. Your task is to choose the writing system you’re more comfortable with and concentrate on that column only.

By enrolling in one of our SAT Subject Test in Japanese with Listening classes, you have the opportunity to develop many useful skills. Not only can you be better prepared for the test, but you can also gain more confidence in applying your language skills in the real world, if you decide to further your education abroad.

To begin signing up for our SAT Subject Test in Japanese with Listening classes, contact a representative today via phone or email. Feel free to ask them any questions or request more information on anything that needs clarification.

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