Latin Placement Test
The Latin Placement Test is required for EVERY student who has taken Latin at the high school level within the last three years and wants to continue studying it at UNCG. It is given during pre-registration and at the beginning of each semester. If it has been more than three years since you took Latin, you may still take the placement test and place above the 101 level.
Remember: It is in your interest to place at the highest level possible. The College graduation requirement requires you to pass the 204 level of a foreign language. If you are able to start at the 203 level, you can finish this requirement in 2 semesters.
Tests are given to entering students at SOAR sessions
in June and August at 11:00 a.m. in Room 1215, Moore Humanities & Research Admin. Building.
Additional test times during the 1st week of classes, Fall 2017 – please go to MHRA 1103:
Wed. Aug. 16 at 1 p.m.
Thurs. Aug. at 12:30 p.m.
**Please give the test your best effort. If you place higher or lower than you think is right, please sign up for the level you place in anyway. Then, talk to your instructor after the first few classes and we can make adjustments as needed. We want you to succeed!**
Department of Classical Studies
1103 Moore Humanities and Research Administration Building
Latin AP Credits
Secondary school students enrolled in AP courses may receive college credit by taking AP examinations upon completion of the courses and forwarding the results to the Office of the University Registrar for evaluation. If you have received a 3 on the Latin AP exam you are automatically placed into LAT 204. You can receive credits towards graduation as indicated below.
|Latin||3||3||credit for LAT 203|
|Latin||4-5||3||credit for LAT 204|