Planning for the JLPT? Learn about the new JLPT test levels N1, N2, N3, N4, and N5. The JLPT is a goal for many students of the Japanese language - whether for university entrance, a job in Japan, or just personal motivation.
I am going to begin a heavy study regime using notecards, cd's and the official jlpt 5 workbook. I saw that in some cities, testing is in july and december. At this time I am a very basic newbie, but how likely is it that I take the test in two months and pass.
gaghl641295-san, wow, I must say first "congratulations on your passion" I can't really give you a clear answer to it, because I really don't know how well you've already learnt grammar. Also I don't know your life style, which means I don't know how much time you can dedicate yourself to study Japanese. Have you checked our "last minute preparation for JLPT" lessons? We have lessons focusing on JLPT, so I strongly recommend you to try those, so that you can see "where you are" much better. Good luck!