Can I get college credit for passing a proficiency exam in a language?
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A No. Proficiency exams determine your level of proficiency, they do not reflect work done in a course. It can be used to certify that you have a certain level of proficiency for a college requirement (Douglass College, for example) but you cannot receive college credit. Proficiency exams are also used to determine the level of language course you are best able to learn in. Q Which courses “count” towards the fulfillment of college distribution requirements? A Nearly all our courses can be used to fulfill the graduation requirements of the different colleges. University College-NB new Cross Cultural Perspectives requirement: “Students are required to complete one course in a field that provides a perspective on other cultures.” All our courses (860, 861, 535, 787) can be used to fulfill this requirement. Rutgers College Writing Requirement: Courses requiring a term paper or several shorter papers totaling 15 pages or more in which attention is given to the quality of the writing as wel