JSKIT (Japanese Skills Test) provides an easily accessible, reliable, and secure proficiency test for learners of Japanese. Thus, the students in high schools and colleges will be able to measure their progress in learning Japanese language by an easily administered, multi-task standardized test.
There are three parts of the test: listening comprehension, structure knowledge and reading comprehension. Each part consists of 15 multiple choices questions. (45 questions in total). It takes 45 minutes (15 minutes for each part). Users can take each part of the test separately and also the score is given separately. The materials are in Japanese and the questions are in English.
Director(s): Mari Noda