Arabic Language Skill Assessment
In order to proceed with this assessment, please answer the following questions.
There are two parts:
1. About you
2. Multiple choice
Please attempt only those questions to which you know the answers. Do not try to guess the answers. When you feel you have reached your level of competence and begin guessing, STOP and proceed to the remaining sections. DO NOT USE ANY AID, such as dictionaries, grammars, or the help of anyone else.
You will be notified of your results.
If any further information is needed, we will contact you.
Please indicate your email address
Please indicate your full name
Are you a true beginner (this means that you have no knowledge of Arabic at all)? True beginners cannot count to 20 in Arabic.
If you answered "no" in the previous question, please indicate for how many years you studied Arabic, formally or not.
This includes Arabic you might have learned as a younger child.
Have you ever studied at an institution in which the primary language of instruction was Arabic?
This may be at the elementary, secondary or post-secondary levels.
Please indicate which of the following institution(s), or equivalent, you attended:
College or CEGEP
If you have ever studied Arabic formally, please indicate the most recent level of study (e.g. up to which grade in high school, which courses at university, etc.).
Are your parents native speakers of Arabic?
If you have ever lived for an extended period of time in a country or region where Arabic is spoken, please indicate the region and the time period in question.
If you are a registered Ryerson program student, please indicate your program and year of study.
Note: Engineering students are restricted in the levels of language courses they are allowed to take as part of their program. You may not be allowed to take French if the level is too low for your program.
Are you considering taking an Arabic course offered through the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education (CARB courses), while not being registered as a day school student at Ryerson?
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