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2021 Canberra JLPT Information

27 Sept. UPDATE: Physical copies of exam results and certificates were mailed out today (27 Sept). This was slightly later than anticipated and there are reports that Auspost deliveries are delayed, but you should receive your results at your nominated address within the next two weeks..

17 Sept. UPDATE: I have received the physical copies of the results and certificates and will be posting them out next week.  You should expect to receive them by the end of September or so.

If your address has changed and you haven’t 1. notified me and 2. received confirmation of the address change from me, you should email me ASAP with your new address.

Everyone should have received an email letting them know how to access the results of the test online. If your passcode is not valid it is probably because your selected code did not meet the JLPT requirements. A new code has been automatically assigned. Please contact When emailing us please use the email address you used to register for the exam. Include your examination ID # and attach a picture of a photo ID.
The physical result report and certificates will be mailed out as soon as practicable. Ihave been told that they will be shipped to me in mid-September, and I will mail them out as soon as I can after that point. However, please understand that the current lockdown in Canberra may delay things somewhat.
I will post updates here as information becomes available. I will also post here when I have sent out reports.  If your old mailing address is no longer valid, please contact the organiser with your new address ASAP (include examinee # and photo ID in your email).
Thank you for your patience!




In response to the evolving situation and in accord with ACT and ANU regulations, please see the following rules and requirements for the Canberra JLPT. If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the organiser of the exam. These rules will be strictly enforced to ensure the safety of all examinees and staff, as well as the larger community.

To allow additional time for screening measures, check-in will commence at 12:30 pm (instead of 12:40).

  1. If you are unwell with covid-like symptoms on the day of the exam, do not come to the exam. You will not be permitted to sit the exam. All examinees and staff will be subject to a temperature check before being allowed to sit the exam. Anyone with a temperature over 37.5 degrees will be sent home.
  2. Examinees who have travelled to affected areas and who are subject to stay-at-home orders should not come to the exam. You will not be allowed to take the test. See the ACT COVID-19 page for details as to who is subject to restrictions.
  3. All examinees are required to maintain proper physical distancing and proper hand and respiratory hygiene while on site. This is particularly important when standing in line for temperature checks, for exam-room check-in and when using restrooms etc., during breaks. Please be conscious of your surroundings at all times.
  4. All staff and examinees are required to wear face masks while on site (and while taking the exam). Anyone who wishes to claim an exemption (as per ACT policy) must provide a valid, signed doctor’s note confirming that the examinee’s condition prohibits them from wearing a mask. Examinees under the age of 12 are not required to provide documentation for a mask exemption. Any examinee (without a valid exemption) who refuses to wear a mask, or who repeatedly removes their mask without valid reason, will be sent home.
  5. All staff and examinees over the age of 16 must be registered via the Check-in CBR app. There will be check-in posters throughout the venue and you will be required to show that you have checked in prior to entering the examination room. If you are unable to use the app, please let the staff know and we will check you in. Any examinee over the age of 16 who refuses to check in and refuses to be checked in will not be permitted to sit the exam.
  6. Hand sanitiser will be available outside each examination room. All examinees are required to use the hand sanitiser before entry.

These rules may be updated at any time to reflect the changing situation and changing ACT/ANU rules and requirements. These measures may include the complete cancellation of the exam. Please check the ACT COVID-19 website and this page before heading to the exam to ensure you have the latest information.

We understand that these rules and requirements are a considerable inconvenience but they are necessary in order for the exam to take place. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding.

What to bring:
Paper copy of test voucher
Official photo ID with name and DOB (driver’s licence, passport, etc.)
No. 2 Pencils and eraser

Time & Date of Exam
The Canberra JLPT will begin at 13:00 on Sunday, 4 July.  Examinees should arrive at their exam room by 12:30 in order to ensure they are able to finish the check in procedures in a timely manner.

The runtime for each exam is different. Indicative times are listed below. Please note that these times are indicative only. Interruptions/technical issues, etc. may result in exams going over the scheduled time. Please allow for this when planning transport from the exam site. There will be breaks between each part of the exam (30 mins for N1/N2, 20 mins for N3/N4/N5)

N1 – 13:00 – 16:30
N2 – 13:00 – 16:15
N3 – 13:00 – 16:10
N4 – 13:00 – 15:45
N5 – 13:00 – 15:20

Exam Location
The exam will be held in the ANU Copland/Hayden-Allen Quadrangle (same as 2019).  Please see maps below. Please note that room allocations may change, so be sure to check the signs at the venue when you arrive.
Venue map
Venue Map

Questions and/or enquiries specific to the Canberra JLPT should be directed to