…a mixed bag. Reading/Vocab was unbelievably easy, considering one question asks you to fill in the blank in the sentence, “I went to the 10th floor on a __”, with choices like “Elevator” and “Fork”. I unfortunately got confused on a particular number, but I’m pretty sure it isn’t going to be too bad. Ah, the benefits of Chinese education prior to testing…
Listening/Comprehension was just a tad more difficult, since they used a lot of vocabulary that I haven’t taken up yet. Reading/Grammar & Comprehension, on the other hand… Oh God, the horror. I ended up half-guessing around half the test with that, since, like Listening/Comprehension, there was a lot of stuff I hadn’t taken up yet. That’s what I get for having the audacity to take the test when I’ve taken up only around 60% of the recommended study material.
Oh well, 60% is a passing mark anyway.
Now have some Naru Nanao, because she’s just so awesome like that.