Foreign Language Requirements and Placement Testing
At My Language Requirement, we save you money and credit hours by preparing you for the language proficiency test at your college or university.
To find out more about how our services can help you with language proficiency testing at several colleges and universities, see the links below.
Check the website of your college or university for information about the policies of your school. Speak with a representative of your institution's languages department or with your academic advisor to be sure you are in compliance with your school's requirements.
- The University of Carlifornia, Berkeley, College of Arts and Sciences webpage with information about ways of meeting the foreign language requirement with proficiency testing.
- The University of California, Riverside, urges students to reduce the language requirement to the fourth level by using language placement tests.
- Florida State University information on placement testing with information about how placing out of a course can save you time and money. Also includes information on how to earn college credits by taking a foreign language proficiency test.
- University of Georgia information on transfer credits.
- University of Georgia information on foreign language placement testing.
- Montclair State University in New Jersey provides information on reducing your foreign language requirement to three credit hours with placement testing.
- Maryhurst University in Oregon grants credits by administering the NYU foreign language proficiency exam.
- University of Pennsylvania information about language proficiency testing to satisfy the foreign language requirement.
Appalachian State University - Information on placement testing in foreign languages. This university offers up to six credits for courses for which you demonstrate competency. You can reach this level of proficiency by taking Beginner I and Beginner II courses with My Language Requirement.
- University of Virginia information about satisfying the foreign language requirement and placing out of courses with placement testing.