George Washington University Classics Program
This self-placement exam is for students with a prior knowledge of Latin. Any other use for this exam is unauthorized; it may not be reproduced, copied, or shared with others. Based on your score, you will be able to place yourself in a GW Latin course that is best suited for you. These scores are rough estimates. If you have any questions or concerns about the test, you are encouraged to consult with the Classical Studies program coordinator or the faculty member teaching the course in which you would like to enroll.
This placement test will be automatically graded. Determine your level by comparing your score to this scale:
1-46 correct answers: Latin 1001 (Beginning Latin)
47-74 correct answers: Latin 2001 (Intermediate Latin)
75-89 correct answers: Latin 2002 (Upper Level Intermediate Latin)
90-103 correct answers: Latin 3001 or Latin 3002
|To take this test, create a free Quia account first. |
- To do so, go to the Quia Web site.
- Click the link labeled "Create my free account."
- Fill out the form that appears. Select "Student" as the account type.
- Record or memorize your username and password.
- When you are done, press the "Create my account" button.
- You should now be in your account information page. Type in the class code BJHFEX667 at the bottom of the page and press the "Add class" button.
- Now you're done! Come back to this page and take the test from the link below.
In order to be place accurately, it is important that you work independently without the help of a grammar book, dictionary, or online resources.
Important note: After classes begin, you or your teacher may see the necessity for you to move into a different class level. The Department reserves the right to help you do this.
Students who change their score in order to get into a course that is inappropriate for their level may not be permitted to remain in that course and may find themselves closed out of courses that better fit their language level.
If you have any questions regarding placement in Hebrew, contact Professor Ayala Rosen (email@example.com).
The link to the quiz is in the box below