Do you have prior knowledge in French, German, Ancient Greek, Latin, and/or Spanish, . . . but earned no college credit for it yet?
Why? Because these exams offer you the great, but ONE-TIME-ONLY chance of
BE THERE OR BE SQUARE!!! This opportunity will not come around again until next August!!!
IMPORTANT: you really must/should take this exam no matter whether you are planning on pursuing any of these languages at Franciscan University and no matter whether your current major has a language requirement. Why? Because plans and majors change more often than you think! What if you suddenly decide to add a major that has a language requirement? -- Well, hopefully, you'll be dancing for joy that you took the paper-based "testing-out/placement" exams in French, German, Ancient Greek and Latin during Orientation!!!
Always keep in mind that, as a rule, we administer the paper-based "testing-out/placement" exams in French, German, Greek, Latin and Spanish ONCE A YEAR ONLY, and that is during ORIENTATION in August! In other words, don't miss out on this one-time-only opportunity. Besides, you have NOTHING TO LOSE, ONLY TO GAIN by taking the paper-based "testing-out/placement" exam in French, German, Ancient Greek, Latin and/or Spanish*!
*Note: Students with prior knowledge in Spanish should/must take our SPANISH ONLINE Placement Exam first / PRIOR TO ARRIVAL ON CAMPUS -- see below -- to prequalify for the paper-based "testing out/placement exam" during August Orientation. If your score is high enough, you'll be asked to take the paper-based "testing-out/placement exam," which is given during August Orientation ONLY. So, be prudent: 1) take the Online Spanish Placement Exam A.S.A.P. for your chance to prequalify for your personal one-time-only opportunity in August to test out of the Intermediate-level foreign language requirement and/or into upper-division Spanish and 2) if invited, be sure to take the paper-based Spanish "testing-out/placement" exam during August Orientation!!!
Placement exam information for specific languages:
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