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JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test)

For questions about postal address and hardcopy results certificate(s), please contact the host institution of the site where you sat the test.

The website for checking results online for the December 2023 JLPT closed 5:00 pm on March 31 (Sun) (Japan Time), 2024.

About The JLPT

The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is the largest-scale Japanese language test in the world. Since 1984, The Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services have continued to offer the JLPT as a reliable means of evaluating the Japanese proficiency of non-native speakers. The JLPT is widely recognised across corporate and government sectors as a benchmark for proficiency measurement, and is also a strong motivator for students of Japanese language.

From and including July 2024, the Brisbane test site will be at Griffith University, Gold Coast campus (NOT Nathan campus as previously).

Application periods
July Test: Announced around early February with application anticipated to start in March.
December Test: Announced around mid July with application anticipated to start mid or late August.

Capacity for some cities and some levels may become booked out very quickly on the application opening day. For news on precise application periods, please check this website daily from late January and daily from early July. No emailing list is in use and potential applicants will need to monitor news for themselves.

Next JLPT: July 7 (Sun), 2024.

  • Test Vouchers will be sent to examinees by EMAIL approximately 1 month before the Test. Please wait until June 14 (Fri) before contacting jlpt_sy(at) regarding missing Vouchers.
  • Applications for the July JLPT in Australia have closed. No further applications will be accepted.


  • N1, N2 and N3 ⇒ $95 Test fee + $6.90 Eventbrite booking fee.
  • N4 and N5 ⇒ $85 Test fee + $6.31 Eventbrite booking fee.

All prices are inclusive of GST.
The Eventbrite booking fee is non-refundable.

The Test Guide Is Mandatory Reading

  • Australia-specific information is at the beginning, on pages (i – vi).
  • Contains useful information about dates, procedure, sections, scoring, expected timing, how to fill in answer sheets, etc.
  • Photograph submission and paper applications are not necessary. The JLPT in Australia accepts online applications only. Postal applications are not allowed.
Test Guide (Australia) – July 2024
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