Charles Kelly, hot on the heels of his adjective quiz, has just put out a new vocabulary quiz for Level 4 of the JLPT (Japanese Language Proficiency Test). The quiz is based on 727 words of vocab from the JLPT Level 4 Vocabulary List put together by Peter van der Woude, who scored a guernsey in my post about his JLPT study page. Charles Kelly points out that a chap from the The Japan Foundation (which publishes the Test Content Specifications) suggested he put a disclaimer on the site stating:
"...that it does not offer any official information on the JLPT. In fact there are no official lists of vocabulary to choose from. Your lists should be viewed as useful tools, not a comprehensive guide."
I mentioned a similar caveat in my post on the test specs- the vocab lists can be a great start but don't be surprised when words NOT on the list appear on the test. You have been warned.