The JLPT Level N5 Study Page

The new level, N5, is approximately the same as pre-2010 level 4. Most of the materials here have been copied from pre-2010 past exams.

What have I done?

I have used only Kanji that are within my N5 Kanji List on all the Level N5 pages. It is estimated that there are 100 kanji for Level N5 (based on pre-2010 exams)

How did I do it?
I type all the data in by hand from various sources (mostly past exam books).
Who did it?
My name is Peter van der Woude, in Katakana


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