Registration for the JLPT for those in Japan just got easier! Paper applications are still available, but you can now register online quickly and easily, pay at a conbini, bank, or with a credit card, and even upload a photo from your webcam. Here’s more from The Ishikawa JET Blog:
Registration for all levels of the JLPT has finally moved into the 21st century. Beginning now, you can register online for the test, and new forms of payment–credit card, convenience store payment or furikomi–are available. Of course, if you like wasting your nenkyu at the the post office, the old system of mail application is still in place.
Test registration for the July 1, 2012 test won’t open until April, but I decided to give the new MyJLPT system a try. See my screenshots and explanations of the system below the cut.
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