月曜日, 8月 06, 2007

Panic On

There are just 118 days until the next Japanese Language Proficiency Test day, 2 December 2007 (thanks to MLC for that calculation).

I had once again let time slide and thought that perhaps I would ignore sankyu for another year. Then, out of the blue, comes a query as to whether "we" are on for studying for it together. "We" means my friend Rachel who has just returned to the UK after a little more than 2 years in Osaka.

Well, what do I do? I have rather let my studies slide for another year, but perhaps this shot across my bows should spur me in to action?

It costs around £50 to take the test in London at SOAS - the only test centre in the UK. That's not a huge sum, but would still smart if it was an outright waste of money because I know there is no point in sitting the exam. Hmm.

2 件のコメント:

匿名 さんのコメント...

hi. I happened to find your blog from
Japan.
I'm going to take IELTS (English proficiency test conducted by British Council) next month and it costs me around 25000 yen (more than 200
US dollar), which is really painful...

DAN さんのコメント...

Wow, that's expensive - about twice what I'm paying. Still, judging from your deft use of the colloqiual "really painful..." including the ellision I'm sure you'll do just fine.
がんばってね!