lotuspetal7 Posted December 28, 2011 Share Posted December 28, 2011 At one of my programs I'm applying for a TA position teaching Japanese. I'm writing the cover letter now explaining my language background. My biggest credential is that I have passed the highest level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test. I'm going to enclose a photocopy of my certificate of passing. I can copy only the certificate, or I can copy the score detail as well. The passing score for the test is 100/180 total with at least 19/60 in each of three sections. My score was 153/180 total with 43/60 in reading, 50/60 in vocab and grammar, and 60/60 in listening. So my scores are good. But I am afraid they will just look at the fact that my reading score is lower than my other scores, even though it is still actually not a bad score. What do you think, copy only the certificate of passing, or include my score detail with explanation? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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