Nat-Test certificates, score reports to be issued from 27 June

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For all levels of Nat-Test, a Japanese language proficiency test, sat on 9 June, certificates and score reports can be taken out as of 27 June in six months, from 10 am to 4:30 pm, announced by Nat-Test Centre, Yangon.
Those who are in no hurry to take out their certificate or score report can come in six months, including weekends, except for government holidays, during office hours, it said. An original or copy of an ID card is required to bring if the candidate comes in person.
For taking out through the represented person, an ID copy of the candidate and ID copy of the represented person is required, and the represented person can do for not more than two candidates and needs to ensure the correct registration number. Training schools will need to submit their student list a day ahead on letterhead with correct registration numbers.
There is no grounds for issuing certificates and score reports if necessary, and the information is not adequate. The Nat-Test Centre is located at B 11, Ground Floor of Anawrahta Housing in Hledan, Kamayut Township (on Insein Road near Hledan bus stop) in Yangon. — MT/ZS

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