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03-09-2007, 12:38 AM

Originally Posted by lionheart View Post
Hey all, I am currently a sophomore in college, and I am looking to work in Japan post-graduation. My parents are both Japanese and I attended Japanese school from 1st grade to 8th grade so I could speak it fluently. From looking at numerous job posts, I got the impression that in order to work in Japan my fluency has to be at the business level (I guess this means fluency in reading in writing) and I am not at that level yet. That said what is the best way to prove to companies that I am fluent in Japanese? Pass the Japanese proficiency test level I? Also where will I be able to get some study materials?
I think that Passing test be good enough .... but I'm not sure.

About the studding materials I think your best bet is searing online for books at your level (I'm planing on talking the 3rd test so I don't know)

There may be other members here that may know more than me (Just putting in my 2 cents ^_^) Give it maybe a day or so and i believe most of them may have looked at your thread.

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