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As a JLPT L3 (now N4) myself, there used to be a specific number of Kanjis to focus on. But now, it seems that there is no official list anymore. However, focusing on the JLPT L4 kanji list of the old, would probably be the best set you should study.
Since the establishment of the new JLPT levels, there are no official test specifications - that means no official list of "N5 kanji" exists. Many sites use the old test specifications to estimate what is required for the new tests (except for N3, which was an entirely new level). The entirety of the test is in Japanese, including instructions for the ...
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