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The JLPT N1 examination is the advanced level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. The test covers about 2,000 Kanji, with most Kanji-related questions involving reading jukugo (Kanji compounds).
Learn Kanji with Patience, Perseverance, and Practice
By spending just a few minutes every day practicing and reviewing Kanji, you can master JLPT N1 Kanji. If you know most but not all of the Kanji, an effective study technique is to read Japanese. Set aside just a few minutes every day to read something in Japanese. Vary your reading source material for the best results, and try reading the text out loud for even better memorization.
If reading advanced Japanese is difficult due to the Kanji, brush up on Kanji with flashcards. Flashcards are effective in helping you memorize Kanji readings, but it is still recommended to read Japanese text as soon as you feel comfortable. Nothing beats reading for learning and remembering Kanji readings.
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