Let’s Study for JLPT!
The Japanese-Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) is administered at California State University, Los Angeles once a year on the first Sunday in December (http://www.aatj.org/jlpt/).
The JLPT started in 1984 as a test to measure and certify the Japanese-language proficiency of those whose native language is not Japanese. The JLPT was the largest Japanese-language test in the world, with approximately 610,000 examinees in 62 countries and areas worldwide in 2011.
Humanities Instructional Resource Center (HIRC) in HH 269 carries JLPT listening materials for you to practice.
In order to earn a 0.2 extra credit,
1. Visit the HIRC (HH 269) and check out the JLPT Listening practice book.
2. After working on a chapter, turn in the answer sheet to the instructor.