MyJLPT: 2024 JLPT Results – How to Check Your Scores and What to Do Next.

For Japanese language students who took the JLPT in July 2024, otsukare sama deshita! We’re proud that you took it and did your best. The JLPT results are available online around two months after the test day. The online test result announcement will be viewable for only a certain duration. With that, we thought we would give you a step-by-step guide on how to check your results for the JLPT.

Remember that due to traffic, there may be a delay in connection during the announcement date.

The physical result certificate will be delivered on a specific date for international residents in Japan. You can also issue a transcript, which will be immediately sent after the resulting certificate is received. Students who are in a hurry to get the transcript may apply for an express delivery request.

For more information and updates, kindly refer to the official JLPT website.

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How to Check Your JLPT Results Online on MYJLPT

3 Steps to check your JLPT result online

1. Head to the official website for MyJLPT

Depending on where you take the JLPT, you must select the appropriate country to be directed to the correct webpage. Putting your MyJLTP ID on the wrong landing page may not be possible.

2. Click on the Login button on MyJLPT Page.

Head to this page to go to the official page for MyJLPT. For test-takers, you should be able to log in to your MyJLPT account, which was created when you applied for the JLPT.

MyJLPT homepage
Click on the Login button on the homepage

2. Login with your JLPT ID

Click this link to be directed to the login page.

MyJLPT Login
Login page

To retrieve your login credentials, click on the links or refer to your application.

Find your JLPT ID
Find your JLPT ID here

3. Click on “Test Result and Certificate Issuance” to view your results

Your results for the JLPT will be available on this page. You may also apply for your certificate here. Looking at the results is pretty straightforward. A table will display your test level(s), registration number, result, and total score.

If you passed the test, the result will indicate “Passed”/

JLPT results page
View your results here

Things to Note:

If your test results are not displayed on the ‘Test Result and Certificate Issuance’ screen, note that they only display results for tests that are applied using your MyJLPT ID. Tests taken before 2012, overseas, or applied by mail will not display their results. If the test was applied with another MyJLPT ID or the group representative used to block registration, results will also not be displayed.

You can change the address you registered for the JLPT application within the specified period after the test. The period when changes can be made will be announced on the MyJLPT site.

If you move after this period, you must submit a notification of change of address to a post office.

Changes can be made on the ‘Check and Modify applicants’ information’ page. If you require a change after the time period ends, you must mail your updated information to the post office.

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What is The Score Required to Pass the JLPT?

For JLPT N1 to N5, one can get scores between 0 and 180 points. Depending on your level, the passing scores also change accordingly.

JLPT LevelPassing marks (Total)
N580 out of 180
N490 points out of 180
N395 points out of 180
N290 points out of 180
N1100 points out of 180

There are also score requirements for individual sections of the test.

For N5 and N4, the sectional passing mark for Listening is 19 points out of 60 points. The passing mark for Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar) and Reading is 38 points out of 120 points.

For N3, N2, and N1, the sectional passing mark for Language Knowledge (Vocabulary/Grammar), Reading, and Listening is 19 out of 60 points for every section.

Should examinees not meet the required passing mark for any of the sections, they will be deemed to have failed the entire exam. They will also be unable to pass if they miss a test section. No score result will show for the completed test sections on the score report. For more information about the passing scores, click here.

About the JLPT 2024

The JLPT 2024 will be held in early July (first test) and early December (second test). The application period will be opened between March and April for the first test and August and September for the second test. More details will be announced next year on the MyJLPT website. Individual and Group applications must be completed within the application period as stated.

JLPT test sections
The JLPT Test Sections

Ready to Pass the JLPT 2024?

You might have passed the last JLPT and wanted to take it to a new level — or you might want to retake the same test.

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You’ll learn all test sections, including how to master the reading section. Our teachers are highly specialized at teaching JLPT, and you’ll learn alongside motivated peers!

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