Embassy of Japan in New Zealand

日本国国旗

在ニュージーランド日本国大使館

 

July 2021 Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) in Wellington

Application closed

 

The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) has been offered by the Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services (JEES) since 1984 as a reliable means to evaluate and certify the Japanese proficiency of non-native speakers. In December 2018, there were 623,811 examinees at 232 cities, in 76 countries throughout the world.

The Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) will be offered twice in New Zealand: once on Sunday, 4th July (Wellington and Auckland) and once on Sunday, 5th December (Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch).


Date and Time of Test

Sunday 4 July 2021 in Wellington

 

Application period

Application closed

Monday 1 March to Wednesday 31 March 2021
Applications and payment of test fees will be accepted only between the dates above.

 

Test Venue

Massey University Wellington Campus
Block 7, Mt Cook
Wellington

The precise location (Room Number etc.) will be notified on the test day.

*Taking the test in Auckland? - We don't accept applications for taking the test in Auckland. Please refer to the Consulate-General of Japan in Auckland instead for more details.

 

Examination Fees

An examination fee must be paid when submitting your application. The fees for each level are as follows:

Level N1 - $75
Level N2 - $70
Level N3 - $65
Level N4 - $60
Level N5 - $55


Payment must be made at our counter in cash when submitting application, or by bank transfer paid in advance to submission. (No EFTPOS and credit cards accepted.) Please read the payment methods in the Test Guidelines on this page for further details.
The test fee is non-refundable and the test date and site cannot be changed. However, if the test is cancelled due to COVID-19 or other reasons, the test fee will be refunded.

Note: Examinees who want their test results sent overseas must pay additional costs to cover overseas courier. The postage fee will be requested before sending the results.

 


Test Guidelines and Application Form (Reference only)

Test Guidelines (9.3MB) - Please read these Guidelines first and use the Application Form below.

Application Form (1.6MB) - We recommend filling it in on the computer - Information entered in the first page will autofill on pages 2 to 5 if Adobe Acrobat Reader is installed on your device.

For those using the digital Application form above, please note the following:

  • The information you enter into the Application form above may not be able to save.
    • Please print out all five pages (single sided on A4 paper) of the Application Form.
    • Please glue two identical ID photos on the Test Vouchers.
    • When you have completed the application, either bring it to the Embassy or send by post. Sending the form by Email is not accepted.
  • For questions No. 7 and 10-14 on the Application form, please refer to the Test Guidelines.
  • The Examinee Registration Number will be filled in by the Embassy.

 

Addresses to submit applications and contact details

For post: JICC, Embassy of Japan, PO Box 6340, Marion Square, Wellington 6141
At counter: Level 18, The Majestic Centre, 100 Willis Street, Wellington

Tel: (04) 472 7807 Email: jicc@wl.mofa.go.jp
Office hours: Monday to Friday 9:00am to 12:30pm and 1:30pm to 5:00pm

*For applicants who will take the test in Auckland, please refer to the Consulate-General of Japan in Auckland.


Preparation books available in our library

There are various preparation and mock test books available at our library for N1 - N5. You can borrow up to 2 books for 2 weeks at a time. Pproof of ID as well as a document that confirms your address (e.g. a utility bill, insurance bill or bank statement) are required to become a library member. These books are just a few examples.

 


For more information and sample tests

JLPT logo

Official Worldwide JLPT website

 

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