The Practical Japanese Communication Exam Bridge (PJC Bridge) is an exam capable of measuring basic Japanese ability at levels N5–N3 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), as required by international students who are not native speakers of Japanese to attend school in Japan.
Based on the correct answers, test responses are evaluated using 10 ranks from A+ to E-. The level acquired can be also used as a record of performance and submitted to immigration authorities, universities, etc.
While this test follows the lines of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), the test content also incorporates a lot of everyday vocabulary and expressions in basic Japanese that are often used when living in Japan.
By measuring and evaluating Japanese language ability at levels N5 to N3 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT), the PJC Bridge objectively demonstrates that the applicant possesses the Japanese ability required to attend university in Japan.
The PJC Bridge A level can be submitted as a document, which indicates Japanese language ability equivalent to N3 on the JLPT.
Immediately after admission to a university or vocational school, applicants can measure and demonstrate the Japanese language ability that they possess in order to take classes taught in Japanese.
|Students at Japanese language schools||As a class placement test when admitted to a new school or as a bridging test for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT)|
|Students entering university or vocational school||As an academic achievement test or class placement test at time of admission|
|Technical interns||To measure the effectiveness of Japanese language training before and after immigration|
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