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World Language Competency Test FAQs
- Who is eligible to take the test?
- Does the student have to be a native speaker?
- What languages are available?
- Can students earn credit if they can speak and understand the language, but can’t read or write in the language?
- How can students know if they are ready to take the test?
- Can students test in multiple languages?
- Can students still take the test if they have credit from a World Language course?
- How many credits can a student earn?
- What is the Seal of Biliteracy?
- How many World Language credits are required for graduation?
- Will this help students when they apply to college?
- Will colleges accept credits earned through World Language Competency testing?
- How are the credits added to student transcripts?
- How do students find out their scores?
- If a student doesn’t earn credit, will that be posted on the transcript?
- Will test scores impact a student’s GPA?
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