I got my results today, and I got battered in the Listening and Reading-Grammar sections.
But for some reason, I’m not really depressed that much. I knew well before I started opening those test booklets that I did the best I could in studying. Maybe I accepted failure at that time, but I took the test still based on a slim chance. While I was looking at my notes a few days ago, I was even proud of the me of 2008 for the effort exerted.
For now I’m still undecided if I’ll try again for JLPT 2. As for the study methods, I know what works now for me now because of the trial and error process that I went through last year. But I want to learn new things, like for example, German. Still the thought lingers that I should master Japanese first before I go on to German.
So there goes the reason why I’m unable to write part 3 of Gasaraki post series. 😀