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Placement tests will take place online.
To register, or see if you need to take a placement test, please contact our Academic Advisor, Hélène Pouliot, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Clik below for placement test dates.
The French Department is revampling its programs and courses.
The NEW SEQUENCE of lower-division language courses is:
FREN 120 > FREN 121 > FREN 102 > FREN 201 > FREN 221 > FREN 222
FREN 102 replaces FREN 122
FREN 201 replaces FREN 210 & 211
Grade 12 French Immersion students or students going into FREN 221 or above may enroll directly into FREN 245, FREN 300, FREN 301W.
Please contact the Undergraduate Advisor (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
STUDENTS QUALIFYING IN THE FOLLOWING CATEGORIES NEED NOT COMPLETE THE PLACEMENT TEST BUT SHOULD ENROLL IN THE COURSE INDICATED BELOW.
- BC grade 12 French completed within the last three years with a final grade of A: enrol in FREN 211
- BC grade 12 French completed (irrespective of grade) within the last three years who have subsequently spent at least five weeks in a French-speaking environment: enrol in FREN 211
- BC grade 12 French completed within the last three years who do not meet either of the above two conditions: enrol in FREN 210
- Students who have completed grade 11 French within the last three years and have not completed anymore French since: enrol in FREN 122
- Fewer than three years of French completed in high school and no other French: enrol in FREN 121
- No French at all: enrol in FREN 120
ALL OTHER STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE THE PLACEMENT TEST, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:
- French immersion, Francophone programme, IB and AP students
- student who have completed high school in a Francophone educational system in a Francophone country or province
- college/university transfer students with transfer units in French
- students from other provinces or countries
- students who have completed any credit/non-credit French course of six or more weeks duration since high school
- students who have lived (minimum 30 months) in a Francophone environment
- special cases and any students seeking advice on eligibility to earn challenge credit for 210, and/or 211, and/or 221, and/or 222
Additional questions regarding the placement test can be directed to our Academic Advisor, Hélène Pouliot, at firstname.lastname@example.org