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The Japanese Language NAT-TEST is an examination that measures the Japanese language ability of students who are not native Japanese speakers. The tests are separated by difficulty (five levels) and general ability is measured in three categories: Grammar/Vocabulary, Listening and Reading Comprehension. The format of the exam and the types of questions are equivalent to those that appear on the Japanese Language Ability Test (JLPT).
JLPT stands for Japanese Language Proficiency Test, which is a standardized test to evaluate and certify the Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers. It is administered by the Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services.
NAT stands for Nihongo Noryoku Shiken or the Japanese Language Ability Test, which is another standardized test for evaluating the Japanese language proficiency of non-native speakers. It is administered by the Japan Kanji Aptitude Testing Foundation.
Both JLPT and NAT are widely recognized and used as indicators of Japanese language proficiency by universities, employers, and other institutions in Japan and around the world. To join this course, the students should have completed at least 150 hours of Japanese Language Course or the equivalent amount of Japanese language learning.