Leaked Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) files detailing the answers for upcoming tests have confirmed the organization is inherently evil.
The files show copies of official answer sheets from all levels of the JLPT (N1, N2, N3, N4 and N5) with each and every answer being number 1.
“The documents have revealed that every single answer is 1,” says investigative journalist Jack Ablestyne.
“This organization is so evil they couldn’t even go with number 3.”
The files also include exchanges of emails involving top JLPT officials ridiculing examinees who have taken the same test more than once.
“Look at this loser, she’s taken the N1 three times,” one email was quoted as saying.
Sources say this is the reason examinees must include how many times they have taken the test in their application.
“It’s so JLPT officials can have a good laugh,” says Ablestyne.
The leaked documents also revealed the organization would not return exams to examinees because that would be “mendokusai” and they “would be liable for any mistakes”.