Monday, October 10, 2011

Elliott School M.A. Graduate Students: Have you taken your Foreign Language Diagnostic Exam yet?

If you need to fulfill a foreign-language proficiency requirement, you are strongly advised to take one of the self-administered diagnostic tests as soon as possible. Diagnostic exams for Elliott School graduate students are now available for: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish.

The diagnostic examinations will help you assess your availability in the foreign language and provide an estimate of your proficiency level. You may also use this test to guide your placement in GW foreign-language courses.

If you are taking the Arabic or German diagnostic examination, you should use the Firefox or Internet Explorer web browsers because the tests contain audio clips that cannot be accessed with other browsers. For the other languages, you may also use other popular browsers like Safari.


If you have any questions about these diagnostic tests, please contact Mr. Ryan Pond of Academic Programs in the Elliott School Dean’s Office at this e-mail address:

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