Yes yes, I am going to take the JLPT N4 test this Sunday.
I have practised a lot and my only remaining problem would be reading.
Not because I can't read, but simply because it's some truly boring shit.
Lol, why N4? Weren't you anything better than that?
It's my first time taking a JLPT test AND the first time taking an official exam at all (besides my driving lessons exams).
Therefore, I first want to try it out safely and thus I chose N4 (because N5 would be way too easy, I want a challenge too ey!).
What do you want to get out of it?
I want to see how well I perform, nothing else.
N4 doesn't guarantee you any job any way, so I'll wait for that one until I'm ready for N2.
How have you been preparing?
I have a really awesome online teacher, he helped me a lot in the last 3 months.
This week I started to put myself to extra pressure by studying JLPT material I found online.
Any future plans?
As I said, I want to reach N2, but that'll probably take a while.
I will do N3 in December if University of Leiden will be holding it then.
If not, then I'll probably skip all the way to N2 in July next year.
I'm also planning to get certifications for the English language (read: not sure which test I should take) and the Unity certification.
After that, I think I'll be satisfied.