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    Default JLPT vouchers

    I apologize if someone already made a thread like this, but...

    I read in the JLPT pamphlet that I'm supposed to be receiving some kind of voucher that I show the day of the test. I haven't received mine yet- in fact, since sending in my 5000 yen I haven't heard/received anything. how about you guys?

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    Somewhere we were discussing this yesterday. I believe we are meant to recieve something end of October.
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    ok, phew... thanks!

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    Better put your name on your letter box!!

    Just what I need. More students knowing where I live.
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    Thanks DB!

    Every time I come home I've been looking at my letterbox thinking "damn, I better put my name on that soon"

    Then I'll come inside my cozy little apartment and completely forget about it. Your post was what I needed to get my lazy ass out there put it on.

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    Got my fancy shmancy voucher last week. Anyone else?

    Boy, they weren't this fancy when we held the test in the States.

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    Nothing. Better put my name on my letter box.

    It may be that out here in the provinces the new and sexily named now privatised JP takes a few extra days to dispatch the donkeys.
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    Haven't got mine yet either. No one in our building has; and we all have our names on our mailboxes. If it doesn't arrive this week, I'm calling them.
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    Haven't got mine yet either, but I'm in Hokkaido so I'm expecting it a little later.

    If you don't have it, don't call them yet. They want you to wait until a certain day, maybe November 14th or something?

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    I just got mine.

    *runs around in circles, freaking out*
    fucking genki

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    Well I put my name on my postbox, so there is no excuse.
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    I got mine a few days ago. The new post office system has been returning all my mail to sender and there was no name on my letterbox so it was a bit of a miracle!

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    Got mine today.

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    Just came home and found mine in my letterbox. Phew! I was starting to get paranoid...
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    i'm still paranoid.
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    Got mine!
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    Got mine this afternoon in an unmarked mail box, and a magazine addressed to the previous tenant. They apparently aren't too picky in my neighborhood.

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    Got mine too. Have to walk 10 minutes to the test site. How inconvenient.
    They say we have to take lunch with us. Anyone know if we can leave the test site at lunch time? I fancy home-made lunch and a bucket of coffee.
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    I think we can leave. Some of the returning JETs down here took it last year and were talking about a really good curry stand that was set up outside the grounds for catch the test-takers. They said the conbinis are over run with people on the test day, though.

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    Got it. Nothing on my mail box either. I knew the postie knew where i lived after all.
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