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An exchange student in Gunma Prefecture today forgot to post online that she failed the JLPT N2.

Posting all Japanese test results to your primary social media account to inform your peers is widely regarded as standard protocol.

Social media has been inundated with personal test results over the past 24 hours.

“I posted my test result this morning, I’m just relieved I passed,” said Brian Watson from Canada.

Watson was too busy to post his last two failures but managed to find the time for the latest JLPT test.


  1. 日本語能力試験のN2Nの不合格の発表をしたくない気持ちも良く分かます。群馬県の女性は日本人なので日本語検定の二級に落ちたのではなく、外国人用の試験のN2を落ちたのです。彼女はペラパラ英語の帰国子女でもないのに試験に落ちたのが日本の恥です。


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