The World Languages Placement exams are administered by the Department of English and World Languages at Augusta University. The test measures listening and reading comprehension for German, French and Spanish languages.
Heritage speakers and students who have taken the language in high school should take the placement exam. Students with any college credit for a world language may NOT take the placement exam; those students will take the next course in the language sequence. Test takers must be current students or applicants registered for Orientation to take the placement exam.
You must contact the Department of English and World Languages to arrange placement exams for Arabic and Chinese. Students wanting to take the World Languages Placement exam should contact the Department of English and World Language.
Visit World Languages at Augusta University for the specific guidelines.