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All students enrolling in French or Spanish for the first time at Champlain College must take the Placement Exam.
Students planning to enroll in a French or Spanish class for the first time at Champlain College's Burlington or Montreal campuses must take the Placement Exam and enroll at the recommended course level. This is the most widely used placement test in the country and typically provides accurate placement.
However, if you believe that you were placed at the wrong level, please email the Languages Coordinator, April Howard, at email@example.com. You may also speak with the professor; if they believe you should be placed at a different level, they can authorize a level change.
Access the Placement Exam.
|< 226||French LAN 110 or Spanish LAN 120|
|226 - 300||French LAN 210 or Spanish LAN 220|
|301 - 370||French LAN 310 or Spanish LAN 320|
|> 370||Contact languages coordinator April Howard: firstname.lastname@example.org|
Depending on your exam score, this may not be possible. We may recommend that you speak with an instructor to determine the best option for you.Link to this FAQ
You may not have fully completed and/or submitted your placement exam. You can log in to the exam again, fill in the top part as you did when you first took the exam, and then press the resume button. (This process also works if the exam is interrupted, as long as at least one question was answered). Then finish the exam and/or submit it, and register for a course at the correct level.
Or perhaps you are trying to enroll in a course below or above the level into which you tested. You can register for a course at the correct level, or contact us to discuss your placement.
It is also possible that you have not taken the necessary prerequisite course(s). Speak with your Advisor or the Registrar if you have questions about prerequisite courses.Link to this FAQ