The exercises come with 4 steps, which are Rehearsal, Test, Explanation and Self-Test so that you can easily check your progress each time you work on the exercise. They are also very easy to spot the incorrect practice of JLPT questions because they are color coded for these 4 steps. You are then encouraged to do more self-tests and do more explanations and test yourself more.
You also have the opportunity to practice with the native speaker in To-Jun! This is an invaluable opportunity, especially if you find it difficult to read the explanation or the answer. Since the vocabulary means nothing to him and the grammar points are exclusively Japanese, it is like having a Japanese “X-Ray” to see what words you don’t know. Prepare your very best for it!
The full score for each lesson is saved in the assignment notebook so when you’re studying for the test, you’ll always know which lessons you have practiced and mastered. The full score counts for the test. (So-matome has this kind of higher score counts only once per module).
You can personalized the study plan by selecting which bonuses/secrets you want to keep. Practicing the new words is good, but you can also keep the explanations of tricky JLPT questions if you want to know more. Personally, like many of you, I tend to lose progress whenever I study for a test, so I keep finding ways to remind myself of the important grammar points and vocabulary that I may have forgotten.
Take advantage of the Wikia beginner’s guide to learn JLPT like a pro. It is very well written and is in a very beginner-friendly vocabulary. You can practice with the step-by-step method, and take the quizzes to help you learn more about vocab and grammar. d2c66b5586