JLPT exam online applicants can access test vouchers from 1 June

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Candidates who were sitting JLPT exam held in 2023.

For the Japanese Language Proficiency Test to be held in July 2024, test vouchers will be available as of 1 June for online applicants, the JLPT organizing committee, Myanmar Association of Japan Alumni said on 29 May.
Candidates must print test vouchers in colour and bring them with them on exam day. Showing by phone is not allowed, it said.
Test vouchers can be available at https://jlpt-maja.org.mm/. First of all, copy the link and open the browser, log in and fill in the login ID and password, press form information and download the PDF file.
The test voucher features three pages- registration number, exam date, time and place on page 1, exam rules on page 2 and exam station map on page 3. Candidates must bring all these three pages in colour print on exam day, MAJA reminded. Application form (Form C) is required to keep an eight-digit passcode filled in necessary to see online results, it said. If a candidate doesn’t remember the login ID and password, they can enter or forget the password and login ID at the online application website so that a new login ID will be sent to the candidate’s email. If any original identification cards shown below, along with a colour-print test voucher, are not present, permission to sit the exam won’t be granted, it said.
Types of eligible identification cards are ID cards (either 10-year-old ID or 18-year-old ID), passports whose validity is not expired, unexpired driving licences, birth certificates, and religious member ID cards (for novices, monks and nuns). — MT/ZS/ED

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