Spanish Placement

The Spanish faculty has developed a written placement exam to evaluate Spanish aural/listening proficiency, writing, and reading skills of incoming Spanish students. Students whose degree plan already requires them to take upper division Spanish may not substitute lower division courses for upper division ones. However, they may benefit from taking the placement exam by being exempt from the prerequisites, Spa 231 and Spa 232. The objective of this exam is to discern the level of students' language competencies. At the completion of the exam students should demonstrate competencies at the following levels according to the requirements of the Spanish division at Texas A & M University-Commerce:
1) No proficiency
2) Elementary Spanish I
3) Elementary Spanish II
4) Intermediate Spanish I
5) Intermediate Spanish II.

*** This test is offered on the Texas A&M University - Commerce Campus.***