Japanese SAT Subject Test

The SAT Subject Test in Japanese evaluates skills in Japanese grammar, vocabulary, and reading comprehension. A student with a strong background in the language, including at least two or three years of study in high school, might consider taking the Japanese Subject Test.

Our Japanese Subject Test Program

Our approach to the Japanese Subject Test is rigorous and educational. Students will learn essential grammatical rules and establish a strong breadth of vocabulary and idiomatic expression. Each program is tailored to the student’s strengths, weaknesses, and background in Japanese.

Through in-session drills, homework assignments, and full-length, proctored practice exams, students will learn, exercise, and master the concepts that comprise the foundation of the Japanese Subject Test.

Contact us to speak with a program consultant and schedule a diagnostic Japanese Subject Test.

Section

Content

Number of Questions

Time

Listening Component

Section I

Listening Comprehension

25–30 Multiple Choice Questions

20 Minutes

Reading Component

Section II

Usage

50–55 Multiple Choice Questions

40 Minutes

Section III

Reading Comprehension

How are SAT Subject Tests Scored?

  • All SAT Subject Test scores are scaled from 200 to 800.
  • A fraction of a point is deducted from the raw score for each incorrect answer.

When is the Japanese Subject Test Taken?

The Japanese Subject Test is offered in November only.

Upcoming Japanese with Listening Subject Test Dates and Registration Deadlines

Test Date

Registration Deadline

Late Registration Deadline

Accommodations Request Deadline

November 4, 2017

 

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