French CLEP Test covers the material that is taught in a one-semester
class at the 101 and 201 college level. This test covers all the information that you would learn in a one or two semester course in beginning French.
you take the test you should have a good understanding of of French. You should have taken at least one or two years of French in school or have a background in the language before attempting this test. If you are a native speaker, you should absolutely take this test for CLEP credit.
will need to answer 121 questions in 90 minutes. There is no penalty
for guessing on the test and there are some pretest questions included
that are not scored. This is a unique test as your score will determine how much credit you will receive. At most schools, 50 is considered a passing score. If you score a 50-58, you will receive 6 credit hours. If you score a 59 or higher, you will receive 12 credit hours. For a native speaker, this is a must as the classes can be counted as elective credits.
of Questions: 121
to complete the test: 90 min
of Difficulty: 4
test is broken up into three sections. The first two sections are listening sections. You will have to listen to conversations and information and then make your answer choice on the computer. These sections are about 15 minutes long each.
the third section, you will have 60 minutes.
You will read paragraphs, announcements and conversations and then fill in the blank or answer questions about them.
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