Score Report will be served by sealed postcard (folded postcard whose inside can be read only when it's opened).

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For Examinees in Japan

*Please refer to this web site for the latest information which is updated as required.

1.Notification of Results to Examinees

Without relating to the application methods, your score report will be mailed by "Registered Express Mail" to the specified address on the date listed below. Please sign when you receive the mail. If you are not there when the mail arrives, the mail carrier will leave a slip to inform you of the arrival of the mail. Please follow the instruction in the slip to receive the mail.

If you moved after submitting EJU application, please submit "Tenkyo-Todoke (change of address announcement )" to the Post Office.

Notice

*Please do not submit "Tenkyo-Todoke" to JASSO.
*Please indicate your name on the mail box and place a nameplate (such as kanji, katakana or alphabet) on the doorway, otherwise the mail carrier can not confirm you are actually living in.

1st Session (June): July 24, 2019 (Wednesday) (tentative)
2nd Session (November): December 20, 2019 (Friday) (tentative)

*If you choose group applications, the score report for all candidates are sent to the address the group specified.

*If you choose online applications and find that the specified address is wrong, please change the information on EJU Online during the period below so that you can receive the score without any problems.
<Please do not forget to change the information on both "my page" and "Check and Change Application Info" of EJU Online. >

1st Session (June): From June 17 (Monday) to June 27 (Thursday), 2019
2nd Session (November): From November 11 (Monday) to November 21 (Thursday), 2019

Score Report will not be reissued.
However, JASSO can issue "EJU certificate of scores” after sending the score report of the EJU, for those who wants to prove their score. (for Japanese residents only)

*From the examination of 2018, the following types of candidates who apply for the exam online can check out their score information by accessing to EJU Online.
(The person in charge of group applications are not able to check out the score on EJU Online.)

- Individual Applications
- Group Application: Individual Application - Collective Format

2.In case of Score Report does not arrive

1st Session (June): If Score Report does not arrive by July 30, 2019 (Tuesday)
2nd Session (November): If Score Report does not arrive by December 26, 2019 (Thursday)

Contact the EJU "Uketsuke-Center (information desk)" (phone: 0570-55-0585).
*The office is closed from December 28, 2019 (Saturday) to January 5, 2020 (Sunday) as the year-end and new-year holidays.

*In case your report has been returned to JASSO due to the expiration of custody by post office, incorrect address including moving-out, you will be charged for re-sending the report.

*The phone number of the EJU Uketsuke-Center is an NABI Dial (calling cost is charged to you),

*Use 042-649-9571 for some of mobiles, IP phone or international call.

3.Score Notification to Universities

Universities will be notified of examinees' scores as follows.

(1) When applying to a university, write your examinee number, name in the Roman alphabet, date of birth, and other required information on the university's application form. If you are planning to take both the first session (June) and the second session (November), write only the examinee number of one session (whichever you prefer) on the university's application form. Please be noticed that you can not request to choose the subject of each session: e.g. first session of "Japanese as a Foreign language" and second session of "Japan and the World".

(2) Some universities require students to have test vouchers when applying, so be sure not to lose your voucher before you have completed enrollment.

(3) After the examination, the university to which you applied will request Japan Student Services Organization to provide your score.

(4) Japan Student Services Organization will provide the university with your score and, if you took the Japanese as a Foreign Language test, a copy of your answers for the writing portion of the test.

4.Inquiries on Results

JASSO does not respond to inquiries or doubts raised by examinees concerning the results reported to them. Also, JASSO does not show or return the answer sheets to examinees after the examination, regardless of their reason for wanting access to the sheets.

For Examinees outside Japan

1.Notification of Results to Examinees

The Score Report will be sent to the Overseas Representatives of each cities.

1st Session (June): July 24, 2019 (Wednesday)
2nd Session (November): December 20, 2019 (Friday)

When the Overseas Representative receive your Score Report from Japan Student Services Organization, the Score Report will be sent to address which you wrote in the "Label for Score Report" or distributed at the designated location.

Score Report will not be reissued.
However, JASSO can issue "EJU certificate of scores” after sending the score report of the EJU, for those who wants to prove their score. (for Japanese residents only)

2.In case of Score Report does not arrive

1st Session (June): If Score Report does not arrive by the middle of August, 2019
2nd Session (November): If Score Report does not arrive by the beginning of January, 2020
please contact the Overseas Representative.

3.Score Notification to Universities

  1. Universities will be notified of examinees' scores as follows.

    (1) When applying to a university, write your examinee number, name in the Roman alphabet, date of birth, and other required information on the university's application form. If you are planning to take both the first session (June) and the second session (November), write only the examinee number of one session (whichever you prefer) on the university's application form. Please be noticed that you can not request to choose the subject of each session: e.g. first session of "Japanese as a Foreign language" and second session of "Japan and the World".

    (2) Some universities require students to have test vouchers when applying, so be sure not to lose your voucher before you have completed enrollment.

    (3) After the examination, the university to which you applied will request Japan Student Services Organization to provide your score.

    (4) Japan Student Services Organization will provide the university with your score and, if you took the Japanese as a Foreign Language test, a copy of your answers for the writing portion of the test.



4.Inquiries on Results

JASSO does not respond to inquiries or doubts raised by examinees concerning the results reported to them. Also, JASSO does not show or return the answer sheets to examinees after the examination, regardless of their reason for wanting access to the sheets.


Guidelines for EJU (from application to score report)