How To Apply

Application Period

All applications must be received (online and paper applications) no later than 4:00 pm Mountain Time on Friday, April 7, 2017. Late or incomplete applications WILL NOT be accepted. Postmarked applications of April 7 WILL NOT be accepted.

On the day of the JLPT test, please ensure you bring a valid piece of photo ID with you for registration.

Please note: There may be extra questions in the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test which do not count toward your score. These questions work in order that the Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services are able to make test scores comparable across administrations or to determine how new questions function under actual test conditions.

Application Methods

All applicants must download and read carefully the JLPT 2017 Test Guide and Information Sheet for the JLPT in Edmonton.

JLPT 2017 Test Guide


Please note that sections of the Test Guide may not apply to application process for the Edmonton JLPT, as it is a general document created to accomodate testing sites worldwide. In instances where the Test Guide differs from the PTJC website, online application, etc., instructions provided by the PTJC should be followed.


There are two methods of applying for the 2017 JLPT:


** When you apply online, please keep a record of the password you enter. The password is necessary to access your test results online, but will not be included in your test voucher. If you lose your password, we are unable to provide it for you.