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JLPT N1

Updated: Sep 13, 2022

We have created kanji content for JLPT N1.


Memorize JLPT N1 faster and easier with Memorizeitall
Memorize JLPT N1 faster and easier

For the past 6 months, we have added contents related to memorizing kanji for JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test). We finalized N5, N4, N3 and N2 and has now also finalized N1.


Memorize kanji for JLPT


“Do you want to memorize the kanjis for JLPT N1, faster and more efficient? Try out Memorizeitall JLPT content.”

Everybody who wants to move to #Japan and get a job there, need to learn at least the basics of #Japanese language. And Japanese is not easy. Japanese has more than one alphabet. One of them is the kanji. You need to master at least 2000 to 3000 kanjis to be on level with an average Japanese person.

You may already be acquainted with the JLPT tests since you are reading this? The easiest level is N5, then N4, N3, N2 and N1. You can already find #JLPT #kanji content by searching for it within #Memorizeitall. Recently we have created N1 kanji content. There are more than 800 Q&As uploaded. We expect to reach around 1000 Q&As for JLPT N1 kanji content in total. If you memorize the final content with 1000 Q&As, it should be enough for you to pass N1 for the kanji part. Note, JLPT is not only kanji, but also contains grammar, vocabulary and other categories. Want to try out Memorizeitall content? Its free to sign up and test up to 5 content.


Memorizeitall's smart functions let you memorize faster


You probably want to memorize as quickly as possible. But its not that easy. Memorizeitall, however, has developed a software for people like you and me, so you can spend #less_time and #efforts, to memorize more and #faster.


One of the functions are the "Repeat" function. When you encounter a kanji you simply have difficulties in memorizing, you copy it into the #Repeat_list. When you have finalized memorizing your content, you can access the repeat list, and go through ONLY those kanjis you have copied into the repeat list. This way, you can #focus solely on those kanji you have difficulties memorizing.


But that is not all.


There is also a function to remove those kanjis you have already mastered. So if you have a content of 1500 Q&As, you can remove one question at the time, if you encounter a Q&A you don't want to get again. So you reduce the 1500 Q&As as you go along and you have memorized it. The repeat list will contain the Q&As you must focus on, and the ordinary list simply contains those Q&As you haven't removed from it. Use it wisely, and you will memorize fast.




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