Meaningless Study to Pass Exams
Japanese language examinations are a great way for learners to check their ability and to motivate themselves to learn. They are also a great way of gaining validation from society for your abilities. Recently, however, we’ve seen a considerable trend for learners taking those tests not to test their level of competence, but just to prove they have passed, which is mistaking the means for the end.
Qualifications Are Not that Important for Companies
Even so, to put more pressure on people who feel that qualifications and licenses are everything, the Japanese language education industry publishes books with titles such as “Trends & How to Study,” “Collection of Past Questions” and “Questions Often Seen in the Test” or holds lectures on similar themes. While some of the people who have passed these tests are truly capable, we’ve heard from companies who have employed people that many of them aren’t actually that competent.
How much do you know about Japan (which every Japanese person knows)?
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