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602 00 Brno

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Registration form for JLPT exam

Basic info

Choose the level of the test you want to take - N5 is the easiest one, N1 is the hardest one.

Your name has to be written in basic English characters without any special characters. If your name is longer than 40 characters, please shorten it. Name filled here will appear on the certificate, so please, double check it!

Date of birth

Contact info

Enter your permanent address. If you'd like the test results and the certificate to be delivered to another address, please fill the Delivery address for exam results and certificate section.

Delivery address for exam results and certificate
Test results online

You can view the results of the exam online. To access them, you need to set an 8-character password. If you do not fill the password, you won't be able to see your results online!

Japanese studying and usage

Previous JLPT attendances

If you took any of the exams before 2010, please choose according to the options stated in the brackets.


The price is 900 CZK including VAT, or 35 EUR in case of payment on the EUR bank account. Please, choose the way you will pay for the exam. No other payment option is possible!

You will be redirected to a payment game provided by GOPAY s.r.o, where you can choose between payment using your credit card or a wire transfer in CZK. The card payment is recommended!

You will be need to send a wire transfer to the bank account listed below. Payments are not processed automatically, therefore it can take a while before we process the payment. This payment option is suitable for the people who can't use their credit card for internet payment and want to send a wire transfer in EUR.
The payment details will come in email after submitting your registration.

Please, check this field to confirm you are not a robot.

The registration is binding and once you finish it, you are obliged to pay the exam fee, even if you decide to not attend in the end.

There may be extra questions in the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test which do not count toward your score. These questions work in order that the Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services are able to make test scores comparable across administrations or to determine how new questions function under actual test conditions.