In this guide the answers to the tests of the Ounbar Professional Institute are written.

Sport LevelResearch

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

F) In badminton, players fight to score points by hitting a feather ball or by going back and forth with the racket. Which of the following maximum speeds can the slewing crane reach?
A) 500 km/h

Q) American Football – a sport in which two teams compete to score points by carrying an oval ball into the opponent’s reception area. What is the maximum number of players allowed per team on the field?
A) 11 players

Q) C) Table tennis is played for points by two opposing players hitting the table with the ball. There are two ways to catch the club, which are very different from each other. One of these methods is called hand shaking. What’s the other one’s name?
A) Bunker

Q) C) What is baseball when a player hits a single, double, triple or homerun in a single game?
A) Beginning of the cycle

F) Figure skating is a sport in which the skills and technique of a figure skater are assessed while skating on ice. What do you call the technique where a skater starts a jump from the back of one leg and lands on the back of the other leg?
A) Lutz

Q) One of the ways to ski is to keep the front part of the skis together and separate the back part of the skis. What’s this technique called?
A) Turning the snow plough

Q) Fencing – a sport in which two athletes compete in individual battles. Today, modern fencing consists of three disciplines. Which of the following options do you use to prevent attacks?
A) Sabre

F) Surfing, climbing, bungee jumping and skydiving are just some of the sports that sometimes involve a high risk. What are these sports called together?
A) Extreme sports

F) Boxing is an individual martial art in which fighters are divided into different categories according to their weight. This also includes the weight category. Which of the following weight categories are suitable for fighters who weigh even less?
A) Expulsion

Q) C) Play darts by throwing small rockets or darts on a round board divided into sections. The closer the arrows are to the center, the more points you get. What’s the dead center of the sign?
A) Direct hit

Sport Level 2 Research

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

F) The marathon is an athletic competition where a distance of 42,195 km has to be run. Which of the following events was the beginning of this distance?
A) Battle of the Marathon

Q) Football – a team sport in which the opposing team tries to score points by kicking the ball into the opposing team’s goals. With the exception of the goalkeeper, touching the ball with the hands or feet is considered an act of unfair play. What’s the name of that offense?
A) Treatment

F) Golf is played on a course where the golfer’s goal is to hit the ball into the hole with as few strokes as possible. Each course has a fixed ranking, which the golfer must respect on each course. Reaching a hole with the exact number of shots given is called a par, while making a shot under par is called a bird. At what point does the hole reach 3 m below par?
A) Albatrosses

Q) What do you call a track and field competition where athletes push a metal ball as far into the air as possible and fight for the distance covered?
A) By the way, shot

F) Baseball is a team sport in which competing teams alternate between offense and defense. The defender throws the ball into the goal so that the attacker can kick it. This is called the breaking point. Which of the above is not a breakthrough ball?
A) Volleyball

F) Basketball is a team sport in which competing teams try to win points by throwing the ball into the opponent’s basket. The number of points scored depends on where the shot was fired on the field. What is the maximum number of points a player can score with one shot, excluding extra points for free throws?
A) 3

Q) What do you call a racing technique in which a vehicle takes a corner because of tyre slippage, thus saving time?
A) Drift

F) The triathlon ends with a series of 3 different races with the goal to get the best total time. Which of the following events is not part of the triathlon?
A) Border crossing

F) Skiing is a sport where a skier descends a snowy slope on a pair of skis. In addition to the parts that attach a skier’s legs to the skis, skiers generally use a few aids to maintain stability. What’s her name?
(A) Poland

Q) What are the 10 items that have to be hit by a bowling ball to earn points?
A) Pins

Underwater world Test

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

F) The Tojo clan has the largest number of employees when it comes to clan members. Numerous subsidiaries have been set up in this context, some of which reach as far as the third family. Which of the following is not a branch of the Tojo clan?
A) The Tamashiro family

C) Akira Nishikiyama, the first patriarch of the Nishikiyama family, developed the family rapidly from the late 1990s to the early 2000s. Who was the third patriarch of the family?
A) Tsuyoshi Kanda

F) In recent years we have witnessed a situation in the world in which we were not sure that we were safe. What’s this guy’s name?
A) Goro Majima

V) The Jin of the Year was the father of the Ryuji of the Year, known as the Dragon of Kansai. He was also president of the Friends of the Covenant, but of what generation?
A) Ah, fifth.

F) The Ominsky Alliance is considered to be the largest yakuza organization that ever existed in the Kansai region, with much lower branches under the Ominsky Alliance. Which of the following persons was not a member of the Friends of the Alliance in 2010?
A) The Sasai family.

F) The Ominsky Alliance is considered to be the largest yakuza organisation ever to exist in the Kansai region. The Sengoku family was a heterosexual family with an established name. Who was his patriarch?
A) Toranosuke Sengoku

F) There are currently many other yakuza organizations besides the Tojo clan and the Omi alliance. Which one of the next isn’t one of them?
(A) Taihei Association

F) Andre Richardson has run a world-renowned arms smuggling organisation for many years. What was the name of that organization?
A) Black Monday

Q) Kazuo Shibata was the patriarch of the Shibata family, a daughter of the Tojojo clan. A certain sworn brother of Shibata was president of a certain clan whose office was located in the Camuro Theatre. What was his name?
A) The Hatsushiba clan

F) The Tojo clan is considered to be the largest yakuza organisation ever to exist in the Kanto area. So far, the Tojo clan has seen six presidents. Who was the third president?
A) Masaru Sera

Mathematics level 1 exam

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

F) Which of the following calculations is different from the others?
A) 1x3x5x7 – correct answer
B) 5!
C. (9+3)x10
D. 8×15

F) Which of the following calculations is different from the others?
A) 108/12 – correct answer
B) 4×2
C) 10/2+3
D) 64×2/16

Q) Dissolve x in the following numerical order: 1, 4, 9, 16, x, 36, 49
A) 25

Q) Detach x in the following numerical order: 6, x, 496, 8128, 3350336
A) 28

F) Which of the following calculations is different from the others?
(A) 125/5 – correct answer
B) 3×5
C) 1+2+3+4+5
D) 30/5+9

Q. Solution for x in the following numerical order: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, x, 29, 31, 37
R. 23.

Q. Detach x in the following numerical order: 1, 3, 6, x, 15, 21, 28, 36
A) 10

Q. Detach x in the following numerical order: 1, 2, 4, 7, x, 16, 22
A) 11

F) Which of the following calculations is different from the others?
A) 2/1 – Correct answer
B) 0.2
C) 1/5
D) 20%.

Mathematics level 2 exam

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

Q) When the two inside corners of the triangle make an angle of 65 degrees and 35 degrees. What’s the angle of the rest of the inner corner?
A) 80 degrees

C) Choose the correct solution for the following problem: 6+16
A) 22

C) Choose the correct solution for the following problem: 120×2
(A) 240

Q) When the two inside corners of the triangle make an angle of 40 degrees and 50 degrees. What’s the angle of the rest of the inner corner?
A) 90 degrees

C) Choose the correct solution for the following problem: 14+37
(A) 51

Q) A heptagon consists of 5 sides of equal length and thus has 5 equal inside angles. What are the angles of these angles?
(A) 108 degrees

C) Choose the correct solution for the following problem: 200/25 ?
A) 8

C) Choose the correct solution for the following problem: 72-3-17
(A) 52

F) What do you call a square consisting of opposite angles of the same dimension, none of which has an angle of 90 degrees?
A) Parallelogram

C) Choose the correct solution for the following problem: 121/11
(A) 11

SEGA skill test phase 1 (this is the fun part)

Q) Panzer Conventiononer II Two – shooter SEGA. What is the name of the dragon who works with the protagonist Jean-Luc Lundy?
(A) Delays

C) Feel the magic: XY/XX : An action game published by SEGA. What is the name of the group of actors that the main character joins to impress with his love interest?
A) The Rice Rabbit

Q) Sonic the Hedgehog : An action game released by SEGA. How old is Sonic?
A) 15

F) Virtua Fighter: A fighting game published by SEGA. What’s the hero’s name?
A) Akira

F) Many games in the SEGA Sakura Wars series are subtitled. Which of the following subtitles is not used in the first five numbered titles?
A) Goodbye, homeland.

F) The Valkyrie Chronicles series is a strategic role-playing game from SEGA. Which country are the protagonists of the first title of the series from?
(A) Principality of Gaul

Q) Over the years, SEGA has produced various materials. Which of the following is not a Genesis/Mega Drive approved accessory?
A) SEGA keyboard

Q) Mega-drive: A game console released by SEGA in Japan in 1988. Which of the following buttons is not part of the controller?
A) Select

Q) Over the years, SEGA has produced various materials. Which of the following is one of your products?
A) TeraDrive

B) Space Channel 5 is a rhythmic action game from SEGA in which the heroine Ulala faces different dance strokes in space. What do Ulala and her team say after posing for a dance fight?
A) Chu!

SEGA performance level 2 test

Q) Mother Marie-Antoinette, the last Queen of France, was the Grand Duchess of Austria and the Queen of Hungary and the Czech Republic. What was his name?
A) Marie Teresa

V) What is the title of the monarchs who, as said, ruled a people in ancient Egypt with divine justice and righteousness?
A) Pharaoh

F) What is the other name for the Civil War in 19th century America? Is it the end of a century that fought to end slavery or to continue it?
A) War between States

Q) The Wei and Jin Dynasties in China went through an exceptionally long war, which lasted from the second to the sixth century n. Chr. lasted. Which of the following dynasties eventually brought the nation together?
(A) Followed

F) In the 16th century the feudal lord Oda Nobunaga, who united the nation, was killed in Japan in the 18th century. Who was the vassal responsible for his death and caused the Honno Ji incident?
A) Akechi Mitsuhide

V) C) In a few years v. No Carthaginian general in Italy led the invasion of Roman Italy in the 3rd century BC.
A) Hannibal Barca

F) What were the words of the Roman politician Gaius Julius Caesar when he wrote in 49 BC that he crossed the Rubicon?
A) A formula for casting

Q) Which of the following civilizations can be described as ancient civilizations that would have flourished in Western Asia thanks to the Tigris-Euphrates?
(A) Mesopotamia

Q) Who was the last known emperor of Russia?
A) Nicholas II

F) Where did the French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte spend his last minutes after he was crowned king in the 18th century and lost the Battle of Waterloo?
A) St. George’s Island St. Helena

Isezaki Ijincho Review

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

Q) What is the name of the cinema on Nsezaki Road, where old classic films are shown?
A) Tchaika cinema

Q) What is the name of the subway station in the heart of Iezaki Izincho?
A) Jinnai Station

Q) What is the name of the street that passes in front of the Ounabara Vocational School?
A) Daikokuten St.

Q) What is the name of the running activity in Hamakita Park, which has quickly become a success with young and old?
A) Card of the dragon

Q) Chinatown has many castles modelled on traditional Chinese architecture. What is the name of the door that overlooks the pier and is closest to the sea?
A) Tayo’s door

Q) What is the name of the very popular fast food chain on Hyakkei Street?
A) Standard kitchen

F) One of the districts of Isezaki Ijincho is Bar. Which of the following bars are in the area?
A) Rodriguez Bar

Q) Which of the following arcade games are currently being developed and played at the SEGA Yokohama Club in Chinatown?
A) Space Crescent

Q) What is the name of the river that flows through Izizaki Ijincho?
A) Sakura River

Q) Which of the following parks in Yokohama’s Chinatown is located on the coast and has an open space with a large fountain?
A) Hamakita Park

Livestock test

Q) Which of the following extinct animals were considered as penguins?
A) The big auction

Q) Which of the following is not a monkey?
(A) Japanese Macaques

Q) Which of the following birds cannot fly?
A) The ostrich

V) C) Everyone knows that spiders spin the web to catch their prey. Which of the following spiders doesn’t weave the web to catch its prey?
A) Jumping spider

Q) Which of the following is not considered a shark?
A) Sturgeon

Q) Which of the following reptiles has the longest body length?
A) Saltwater crocodile

F) Which of the following is considered to be an insect?
A) Beetle

F) Which of the following herbivores?
A) Beaver

(C) Which of the following is considered to be an amphibian?
A) Salamandra

(F) Which of the following are considered fish?
A) Great white shark

Fashionista Review

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

Q) What is the name of the one-piece outer garments worn by men in ancient Greece?
A) Gown

Q) Which of the following names of clothing models uses a diamond shape?
A) Argyls

Q) Which of the following clothes is from Vietnam?
A) Ao dai

(Q) Which of the following garments are indigenous to Scotland?
A) Kilt

C) Which of the following materials is comparable to acrylic fibre?
A) Wool

F) Which of the following characteristics does not correspond to silk yarn?
(A) It is a fibre of vegetable origin.

(F) Which of the following fibres is not animal or vegetable, but artificially produced?
A) Nylon

Q) Which of the following hats are named after him during the hunt?
A) Flat lid

Q) What is the origin of polo sport?
A) Polo, sport

Q) Filling the void It can be said that an elite fashion shop in France specialises in haute couture ____
A) Sewing

Music training Level 1 exam

F) Pablo de Sarasate was the most famous composer for his piece Gypsy tunes. What country was he born in?
(A) Spain

Q) Which famous musician is known for his compositions such as The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni?
A) Mozart

F) A fragment of a song is played. What’s the name of this room?
A) Part two (Largo) – correct answer
B) Part one (Adagio)
C) Part three (Scherzo)
D) Part four (Allegro con fuoco)

Q) Composers and arrangers determine the orientation of the work, such as intensity and tempo. They use terminology that is shared with the interpreters to help them visualize the piece. What does a gradual slowing down of the pace mean?
A) Ritardando

F) A fragment of a song is played. What’s the name of this room?
A) Midsummer Nightdream – correct answer
B) Galactic Railway Night
C) Magic Whistle – Queen of the Night
D) Walpurgis Night

F) A fragment of a song is played. What’s the name of this room?
A) Csikos Post – correct answer
B) Orpheus in the Underworld
C) Strip ball
D) Sorcerer’s apprentice

Q) Which of the following symphonies was written by Jean Sibelius?
A) Phinia

Q) Composers and arrangers determine the direction of the work, such as intensity and tempo. Which of the following terms means playing very, very noisy?
A) Fortissimo

Q) Which of the following operas was written by the Italian composer Giuseppe Verdi?
A) Macbeth

Q) What is the term used when two people play the same piano at the same time?
A) Duo

Music training Level 2 exam

F) A fragment of a song is played. What’s the name of this room?
A) Eliza’s Fur – correct answer
B) Campanella
C) My beloved
D) Bolero

Q) What is the name of a tool that allows you to adjust the rhythm to a certain tempo?
A) Metronome

Q) The percussion instrument produces sound by beating, shaking or scraping. Records, castanets or even the piano are examples of percussion instruments. Which of the following instruments also has an effect?
A) Xylophone

Q) Which famous ballet piece by Piotr Tchaikovsky is it?
A) Swan Lake

Q) Filling the void Jean-Sébastien ___ was a musician who composed many works during the Baroque period.
A) Bah

Q) Which of the following violins are the best in the world?
(A) Stradivarius

Q) Which of the following volumes was written by Frédéric Chopin?
(A) Rolling of the minutes

F) A fragment of a song is played. What’s the name of this room?
A) Pomposition and circle – correct answerB) Symphony no. 5C) Mysterious variationsD) Violin concerto

F) A fragment of a song is played. What’s the name of this room?
A) Spring – correct answer
B) Winter
C) Autumn
D) Summer

V) Which musician has composed famous works such as the Maansonate, Ode to Joy and Symphony no. 5?
A) Beethoven

Pharmacological studies

Q) Which of the following purified components are effective in retaining moisture in the skin?
A) White oil

V) Currently, there are several ways to get drugs. For which of the following is both medical advice and consent required?
A) Prescription medicines

F) Various drugs are being researched and developed to combat the disease worldwide. What is the collective name of a medicinal product that has the same properties as the original product placed on the market after the expiry of the last patent?
A) Generic medicines

Q) Which of the following drugs are considered relevant?
A) The diamond

F) There are three generally accepted methods of taking medication. One is oral, as in the case of oral medicine, the other is relevant, as in the case of ointments. What’s the third method?
A) Injection

Q) Which of the following is used to relieve physical pain?
A) Morphine

F) What are the next oral medications?
A) Powdered medicinal products

Q) What is the chemical compound in antiseptics?
(A) Ethanol

F) What are the chemical compounds in the ointment used to treat eczema?
A) Steroid

Q) Which of the following components is effective in relieving headaches and inflammations?
A) Acetylsalicylic acid

Nutritionists

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam
Q) Although most people in Japan associate cheese with cow’s milk, it is known that Nordic countries make cheese from the milk of rather unexpected animals. Which one of the next is such an animal?
A) Deer

Q) Which of the following dishes is Turkish?
A) Kebab

(Q) What is the name of the unsaturated fatty acid found in blueback fish?
(A) docosahexanoic acid

Q) Which of the following dishes is Spanish?
A) Tapas

F) Which of the following nutrients are not present in tomatoes?
A) Vitamin D

Q) Which of the following dishes does fish use in his recipe?
A) Water puzzle

Q) Which of the following ingredients are found in spicy foods such as peppers that can also increase appetite or burn fat?
A) Capsaicin

Q) What is the name of a cold soup with mashed potatoes, cream and broth?
A) Vichyssoise

Q) Although fibres are not digested by the human body, they have the unique ability to cleanse the gastrointestinal tract. Which water-soluble dietary fibres are characterised by the following properties?
A) Pectin

Q) Which of the following pasta dishes are cooked with only three ingredients: cooked pasta, black pepper and cheese?
A) Cacio e pepe

Hazardous substances Testing

F) Which of the following is considered to be a heavy metal?
A) Zinc

F) What is the name of the transition where a solid turns into a gas?
A) Sublimation

F) Up to how many categories of hazardous substances are treated by professional processors in Japan?
A) 6

Q) Of the various classified hazardous materials, the most frequently treated category IV materials are those which relate to materials such as petroleum and petroleum products. What are these materials?
A) Flammable liquids

Q) When storing materials considered dangerous according to Japanese law, a certain open space around the storage area shall be secured. Which of the following reasons makes the most sense?
A) Reduction of damage and inconvenience in unforeseen situations

Q) C) Static electricity can cause fire for years. Which of the following measures can be taken to mitigate such an incident?
A) Increase in humidity

F) Which of the following laws apply in Japan to the handling of hazardous materials and substances?
A) Fire protection

Q) A dust explosion occurs when small particles of fixed concentration suspended in the air are quickly incinerated by a spark. Which one is always there when the dust explodes?
A) Oxygen

(Q) In Japan, the storage, transfer and use of certain hazardous materials, such as chemicals, requires the presence of a government-designated supervisor. Which of the following tasks requires the intervention of a specialist to monitor the process?
(A) Management of the service station

Q) In Japan, hazardous materials are classified according to their condition. In which categories can I find alcohol and petrol?
A) Liquid

Flagship Captain’s survey

Q) Which of the following countries has 4 colours in its flag?
(A) Malaysia

Q) (C) Which of the following countries has a pilot on his flag?
A) Butane

Q) Which of the following countries has a blue flag?
(A) Estonia

Q) Which of the following countries has a yellow flag?
(A) Spain

Q) Which of the following countries has a leaf on its flag?
(A) Canada

Q) Which of the following countries has the sun and stars on its flag?
A) The Philippines

Q) Which of the following countries has a green flag?
A) Cameroon

Q) Which of the following countries has only the colours red, white and blue on its flag?
(A) Russia

Q) Which of the following countries has the moon on its flag?
A) Singapore

Q) Which of the following countries has only red and white on its flag?
A) The time you need to find a suitable place to visit Australia

Nothing King Level 1 Research

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

Q) What was the basis for measuring a pound?
A) Weight of flour consumed by one person per day.

Q) Who was a philosopher of Ancient Greece, a student of Socrates and also a student of form theory?
A) Plato

Q) Mount Everest, also known as Sagarmata or Chomolungma, is known as the highest mountain, measured from the sea surface. Which island has the highest mountains, measured from the bottom of the sea?
(A) Hawaii

F) There are six types of chess pieces, each with its own possibilities: King, queen, rook, elephant, knight and pawn. Which of them can become a party other than the king?
A) Farmer

Q) How high is the bridge over King’s Gorge, one of the most popular bungee jump sites?
(A) 321 metres

Q) Q) In recent years, in recent years, in recent years, in recent years, in recent years, in recent years, in recent years, in recent years What is the name of the Southern Current that stands opposite the Kuroshio Current and then flows to North America?
A) Oyashio

Q) C) Chess is played with strategically moved pieces on a chessboard. How many spaces are there on the chessboard?
A) 64

Q) The earth’s surface consists of many layers, called tectonic plates, lying side by side. On which of these four plates is the Japanese archipelago?
A) The Eurasian Plate

F) The Brothers Grimm, some German writers, are known for their Grimm stories, a collection of stories that many people still know today, even in Japan. Which of them are not in this collection?
A) The Little Mermaid

Q) One of the units of measurement is the foot, named after a part of the body. In Asia, a leg related measuring unit called Shaku is also used. How many inches is a shaku in Japan?
(A) 30,303 cm

Nothing King Level 2 Research

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

Q) Who is the Norwegian artist who wrote the famous Creek in 1893?
A) Edward Munch

F) Our solar system consists of many planets, including the Earth, that orbit around the Sun. Which of the following planets is closest to the sun?
A) Mercury

F) In modern times, UTC is the standard time generally used around the glove. What is the name of the observatory in England that serves as the basis for the Greenwich time zone and regulates the UTC?
A) Greenwich Observatory

F) Karaoke is a popular holiday destination in Japan. What is the origin of the term karaoke?
A) An empty orchestra without performers.

Q) How many cards are in the deck after removing the wild cards and spare cards?
A) 52

Q) What is the name of the best dancer in the classical ballet ensemble?
(A) A director

(Q) Which of the following research areas is concerned with the principles of electrons, atoms, molecules and other microparticles, particularly in relation to space research?
A) Quantum physics

Q) What is the common name when a poker hand contains five cards of the same suit?
A) Flashlight

Q) Which of the following games became a big hit in Japan in the 1970s and included tricks such as Special Back Slide Handle, Everest, Moon Landing and Somersault Lighthouse?
A) Kendama

Q) What is the name of the layer between the earth’s core and the superficial crust?
A) Jacket

Special Level Tests King of Characteristics Points

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

F) Mount Everest, also known as Sagarmata or Chomolungma, is considered the highest mountain in the world. What’s the second largest?
A) K2

F) In Japan, there is a law limiting the number of coins that can be used in a payment. According to this law, how many yen can be used in a transaction?
A) 20

Q) What are the two parts of the emblem of the Ounabara Vocational School?
A) Ocean and bay

Q) What is the name of the first magnitude star that belongs to the constellation Lyra and is also known as the Weaver Girl during the Japanese Star Festival and the Chinese Qi Festival?
A) Vega

Q) Which of the following certificates can I obtain at the Ounabara Vocational School?
A) Music experience level 2

Q) What is the name of the ancient Indian board game, said to have originated in shogi or modern chess?
A) Chaturanga

F) What is the alternative name for a second-order star launched in the 21st century? century is generally called the North Star?
A) Polaris

F) In the Japanese folk tale The Tale of the Bamboo Voice Cutter the beautiful Princess Kaguya was born. Which of the following gifts is not a gift that the princes brought to ask for his hand in marriage?
A) Phoenix ballpoint pen

Q) In Japan, coins and banknotes are produced by two separate companies. Coins are produced by the Mint’s office, but which of the following companies produces the banknotes?
A) National Press Office

Q) What is the name of the game considered to be the oldest board game in the world, which is still played according to different rules, such as Cala or Ovara?
A) Mankala

Onabar Qualification Test

Yakuza Like a Dragon Exam Answers for the Ounbara Vocational School Exam

The Ounabara qualification exam is different from the other exams you just took. Instead of individual questions, this test invites you to answer all the questions you have already answered and answer them again in this test. Kicker? If you get the wrong answer for once, it means you’ve failed. That’s right, it doesn’t take more than 3 out of 5 questions to continue. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. You should get five out of five.

Since these are questions you’ve all answered before, we think it’s a bit stupid to record them again. It is best to take a final look at all these exam questions before you commit. It can just be the difference between success and failure!

Conclusion

Actually, the tests are simple. They can be established independently and without guidelines. This guide is for those who don’t want to tire their head at all and just want to keep their performance.

If you want us to cover other Yakuza game guides in addition to this guide, please let us know as Dragon in the comment section. We like to do this for our readers. We have also consulted other guides for this game, see the section on this game.

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