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Language Proficiency Assessment (LPA)

Students with any previous language experience or exposure are required to take a Language Proficiency Assessment (LPA) to ensure enrolment at the most appropriate level.

Relevant past experience includes:

  • Previous study of the language (self-led or institutional);
  • Being exposed to the language in childhood;
  • Travel or living in a country where the language is spoken and/or;
  • The language is being spoken in your home (even if you don’t speak it)

If the format of the LPA outlined below is via Moodle Cloud, please follow the instruction document below. You should receive the outcome of your assessment in approximately 7 working days.

***In adherence with the timeline of the new MyTimetable system, students are urged to submit their LPA via Moodle by 11:59pm, 3rd July 2022. If you submit your LPA after this date, we cannot guarantee you will be able to finalise your enrolment prior to tutorial selection opening..

 

Language(s)

Language Proficiency Assessment Instructions

Literary Chinese

Students wishing to take any level of Literary Chinese language should first contact Mark Strange for details of the entry requirements.

If the convenor advises that a language proficiency assessment is necessary, students should then complete the Moodle Cloud assessment by using the instruction document above.

The assessment will be open on Moodle at 10am on Friday 1st July 2022. During this period students will have 1 hour to take the assessment.

Indonesian

Students wishing to take any level of Indonesian language should complete the Moodle Cloud assessment by using the instruction document above.

Please complete the written assessment and contact the convenor Wayan Arka to arrange an oral language assessment.

Mongolian

Students wishing to take any level of Mongolian language, should contact Professor Li Narangoa​ to discuss prior experience and appropriate course placement.

Burmese

Cantonese

Chinese (Mandarin)

Hindi

Japanese

Korean

Sanskrit

Tetum

Thai

Tibetan

Tok Pisin

Vietnamese

Students wishing to take any level of these languages, should complete the Moodle Cloud assessment by using the instruction document above.

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Updated:  24 April, 2017/Responsible Officer:  Dean, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team