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Undergraduate

(1) Social Sciences and Humanities


(a) Social Sciences and Humanities-A: Law, Politics, Pedagogy,
Sociology,
Literature, History, Japanese language, others.
(b) Social Sciences and Humanities-B: Economics, Business
Administration.
(2) Natural Sciences
(a) Natural Science A: Science (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry),
Electric and
Electronic Studies (Electronics, Electrical Engineering,
Information Engineering), Mechanical Studies(Mechanical Engineering,
Naval Architecture),
Civil Engineering and Architecture (Civil Engineering, Architecture,
Environmental
Engineering), Chemical Studies (Applied Chemistry,
Chemical Engineering,
Industrial Chemistry, Textile Engineering),
other fields (Metallurgical Engineering,
Mining Engineering,
Maritime Engineering, Biotechnology).
(b) Natural Science B: Agricultural studies (Agriculture, Agricultural
Chemistry,
Agricultural Engineering, Animal Science, Veterinary
Medicine, Forestry, Food
Science, Fisheries), Hygienic studies
(Pharmacy, Hygienics, Nursing), and Science (Biology).
(c) Natural Science C : Medicine, and Dentistry.

Sequence and series: finding general terms,


find limit, convergence, knowing a bit about
series
Graphing: f(x), f(-x), -f(x), f(x-2), f-1(x),.
Probability: all in grade 12 until Bayess
theorem, total probability, (no need to learn
normal distribution)
Derivation

Integration: grade 12 and more including


Analyse I, also multiple integrals
Geometry
Function (especially polynomial) and function
analyse + Lhopital
Inequality and system of inequalities
Equations and system of equations
Expect some trick questions

Mechanics: free body diagram, motion


(Balistic, harmonic, free-fall,.), angular
motion ( radius of curvature*, centripital
acceleration, moment..), equilibrium, energy,
collisions, momentum, elasticity, fluid
mechanics (pressure, Buoyant forces, Pascals
and Archimedess principles, Bernoullis
equation).

Waves: wave motion and its properties,


Doppler effect, resonance, interference,
diffraction, standing waves, superposition.
Thermodynamics: ideal gases
Electricity and magnetism
Light and optics: reflection, refraction,
diffraction, interference, polarization,
dispersion and prism, lens, infra-visible-ultra
light

Modern physics: Einsteins principle of


relativity, relative motion, time dilation, mass
and energy (also known as E=mc2),
photoelectric effect, nuclear physics, and
radioactivity.

Dilution
Atomic structure and properties
Chemical reactions and energy:
exo-endothermic reactions, bond energies
Chemical equilibrium
Solubility equilibria
Acids and bases
Oxidation-reduction reactions

Organic chemistry: Reactions and its


catalysts, isomerism, official names of certain
compounds (etylene, accetylene, TNT,
anthracene, phenanthrene,.), IUPAC.

College of Technology

Those who wish to study in Japan as students at a college of


technology must choose a field of specialization (major) from
among (1) to (7) below.
(1) Mechanical Engineering
(2) Electrical and Electronic Engineering
(3) Information, Communication and Network Engineering
(4) Materials Engineering
(5) Architecture
(6) Civil Engineering
(7) Maritime Engineering
(8) Other Fields

Section1
Sequence, Series, Probability, Trigonometric
Function, Plane, Differentiation, Equation,
Inequality

Section2
Matrix and Determinant

Section3

Integration, Graph (Curves, Lines, Areas,etc.)

Mechanics: free body diagram, motion (Ballistic,

harmonic, free-fall,.), angular motion ( radius of


curvature*, centripetal acceleration, moment..),
equilibrium, energy, collisions, momentum,
elasticity, fluid mechanics (pressure, Buoyant
forces, Pascals and Archimedes' principles).

Waves: wave motion and its properties, Doppler

effect, resonance, interference, diffraction.


Thermodynamics: ideal gases

Electricity and magnetism: Forces, Fields,

Light and optics: reflection, refraction,

Energyetc

diffraction, interference, dispersion and prism, lens

Chemical element, Molecule, and Chemical compound


Atom and Electron configuration
Chemical reactions and energy
Chemical equilibrium
Acids and bases
Oxidation-reduction reactions
Inorganic chemistry (Separation of metal ions,
Properties of metals and ceramics)
Organic chemistry (Aliphatic and aromatic
compounds, Sugar, Amino acid and peptide, Synthetic
polymers)
Electrolysis and Battery Cell

Specialize Training College

Technology
Civil Engineering and Architecture
Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Wireless Communication
Computer
Information Processing
Other Subjects
Personal Care and Nutrition
Education and Welfare
Business
Fashion and Home Economics
Culture and General Education
Other fields

Section1
Algebra(Vector, equation, inequality, power,
logarithms, exponential, Sequences and Series,
permutation, combination, integrale etc)

Section2
Curve( Symmetry, parabola, line equation,
transformation etc)

Section3
Trigonometry
Geometry (xy-coordinate)

Do your best, dont worry about it.


Technical English words are important.

Ambition and purpose of life


What is more important, money or passion?
Why Japan and why your major ?
Avoid comparisons and criticism
What do you know about Japanese culture?
Do you think the Japanese is difficult?
Never talk about money
Be willing and prepared to learn Japanese by
conveying that you like it

The selected candidates must be willing to


learn Japanese.
Japanese is difficult but its not impossible.
The written examination is the most
important part of the selection process.
Most questions are tricky, so, give a logical
answer.
Kanji are not as difficult and complicated as
what most people think. In fact, I manage to
learn 100 kanji a week (just meaning), and
manage to remember at least 80%.

Thank You!