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Hi! I just decided yesterday that I'll go for the Level 3 this December. So I hope you don't mind if I tag along and see how others, more disciplined people, prepare. ;D
Hello! Of course I don't mind, welcome aboard! ^_^ I hope you'll find the 'lessons' useful for revising! :)
oh yay! haha i just found this comm (i figured lj would have a comm for this XD;;) thanks for making it! just curious, but have you taken this test before? i'm trying to determine how much kanji i really need to study~ i know all the grammatical stuff and pretty much all the vocab lists i've seen on the internet. but yeah, do you recommend anything for the kanji?
Welcome! :) I have taken the Level 4 test before, but not level 3. For level 3 you need to know around 300 kanji. A good way to practice them is to make flashcards and use them for revision. I'll be writing some of the nesessary kanji in my posts in the commiunity, and I hope it'll be helpful!
oh ok~ ^^ yeah i saw that you need to know 300 kanji, i know a lot more than that, but not like a 1,000 which it said you should have for level 2 which is why i'm taking level 3 instead XD;; oh i was more asking for like any sites that you know of other than the ones they provide on the JLPT site that give you kanji lists, or any good kanji books that you were aware of for this. i don't have any problems memorizing, i just wanted to try to find a really good thing to study off of :Dok well that works too! yeah the more kanji you can post from your book, the better!! and audio files too omg those are really useful~ ^^ thank you for doing this btw