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?????(Nihongo-kentei): Beyond the JLPT

About a year ago, I took the JLPT N1 exam in preparation for my application to work as a CIR (Coordinator for International Relations) in Japan. After several weeks of stressful fretting, cramming, and binge-watching anime (which I would excuse away as part of the "studying process" and not in any way to be categorized as "procrastinating"), the big day arrived. Thankfully, I passed, got my certification and was able to move to Japan this summer to start my new job.
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