All incoming Vassar students who’ve studied French before, and plan to continue, must take in france they placement exam. It is supposed to help you in the selection of a training course in French and Francophone Studies during pre-registration. As a result, it is just approximately way of measuring language mastery.
Students who’ve not studied French before don’t need to go ahead and take placement exam and may sign up for French 105a-106b Elementary French.
This on-line exam concentrates on understanding of fundamental grammatical structures it doesn’t evaluate dental and written skills.
The outcomes of the exam is going to be recognized to you and also to people from the Department of French and Francophone Studies who direct placement testing.
These scores won’t modify the status of the student’s admittance to Vassar and won’t be reported to any or all people from the Department, towards the Registrar, or documented on your academic transcript.
Students with further questions regarding placement inside a French course ought to talk to people from the Department in the "Advanced Placement Counseling" session during Orientation Week.
NOTE: This isn’t a proficiency test. For college students wanting to fulfill the language exit requirement by examination, another "Proficiency Examination," is provided at the outset of fall semester.
Prior to taking the exam, please make certain to see with the instructions within the document linked below:
- Instructions for that French Placement Test
- Begin Exam