Kanji are not difficult to learn—it just takes practice. Kanji flashcards are a popular learning technique; reading Japanese text is an even better approach. (Try PopJisyo for a cool way to add furigana to all the Kanji in an Internet page or artcile.)
Spend just a few minutes every day practicing and reviewing Kanji, and you can master every one of the 400 or so Kanji on the JLPT N3. (Don't forget the additional 250 Kanji on the JLPT N4 and JLPT N5, too!)
If you are preparing for the JLPT N3, why not add online private lessons at Nihongo-Pro to really rev up your study? Nihongo-Pro teachers are experts in guiding students to success on the JLPT, and our lessons are customized for your learning style and your Japanese learning goal.
No other online Japanese school can match Nihongo-Pro's combination of teachers, lessons, and classroom experience.
We hope to see you in an online Japanese lesson soon. But either way, here is to your success on the JLPT N3 and in all of your Japanese studies!