The N2 is the second highest level you can take for the JLPT. On this page you will find the JLPT N2 textbooks needed to pass the exam.
About the JLPT N2
According to the official website, at this level you should have “The ability to understand Japanese used in everyday situations, and in a variety of circumstances to a certain degree“.
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General Japanese Resources
Other than the above JLPT N3 textbooks, at this level it is recommended that you also have general Japanese learning resources.
You can find resources like this in the General Japanese Resources page.
More JLPT Information
There are five levels in the JLPT. They are N1, N2, N3, N4, and N5. N5 is the easiest, while N1 is the most difficult.
The JLPT is only an approximate measure of your understanding of the Japanese language. You are tested in terms of Reading and Listening. Speaking and Writing is NOT part of the exam.
N4 and N5 tries to measure your language skills for basic communication, mainly learnt in the classroom from a teacher.
N1 and N2 try to measure your skills in a range of realistic situations found in everyday life.
N3 is the bridge between N4/5 and N1/2.
You can find out more information about the JLPT from the Official JLPT Website.