Register for Washington World Language Assessment Days
The Washington Association for Language Teaching (WAFLT) and the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) World Languages Program and State Board of Education have been collaborating on a series of Washington World Language Assessment Days since spring 2011. Our goal is to support students who want to take nationally recognized world language proficiency assessments, but may not have easy access to them in their school districts, colleges, or universities.

This effort is part of our state's initiative to award Competency-Based Credits to students who have developed language proficiency outside the usual classroom setting.

For more information about Competency-Based Credits for World Languages, visit:
http://www.k12.wa.us/WorldLanguages/CompetencyBasedCredits.aspx.

For more information about the assessment options offered in Washington World Language Assessment Days, visit:
http://www.k12.wa.us/worldLanguages/AssessmentDays.aspx.

Check out the student page about which tests to take for which language:
http://www.k12.wa.us/WorldLanguages/StudentsEarnCredits.aspx

UW Students: refer to this page for more information:
http://depts.washington.edu/llc/testing.php


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PAYMENT INFORMATION

If your test is Sponsored by Seattle Public Schools, you do not need to submit a payment.
See specific information below.

UW Students: you must pay WAFLT for your test(s) in advance.

Prices for different tests as of March 17, 2017:
$40 for STAMP. $40 for AAPPL. $40 for WorldSpeak
$80 for ACTFL OPIc. $80 for ACTFL WPT. ($160 for both)
$80 for ALTA Writing Test. $80 for ALTA Speaking & Listening Test. ($160 for both)
$180 for "Custom" tests for other languages (Proctored Writing and Oral Language Test)
The ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI) assessments ($145) must be paid in advance.


Pay WAFLT by credit card at Brown Paper Tickets:
http://seattlewltesting.brownpapertickets.com for testing at the Seattle World School
(note that there is a small service charge for the transaction)


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If you have other questions about registration, please contact: maaoki@seattleschools.org

Registration Information
First Name *
Your answer
Middle Name
Your answer
Last Name *
Your answer
Home Mailing Address *
This is the address where we will mail your test results and letter if we are not able to deliver them to your school.
Your answer
Home Phone
Your answer
Cell Phone
Your answer
E-Mail *
This is where we will contact you with more information about the test date location and advance preparation.
Your answer
School/College *
What is the name of the K-12 school or college you are currently attending?
Your answer
Grade *
What grade or year are you in school or college?
School District
(for K-12 public school students; college students and private school students may leave this blank)
Your answer
City
where your school or college is located
Your answer
Assessment Registration
Language of assessment *
Type in the name of the language you'd like to be tested in. (We will contact you later to let you know which test(s) you can take and the cost.)
Your answer
Select preferred date and location *
Be sure to pick a date and location where the language test you selected above is offered. If you don't see a date or location that you can attend, then choose "Possible future date if available" and we'll contact you when more dates and locations have been added. Registrations usually CLOSE for that date about a week before the test date.
Reporting of Results
Select "Yes," in order to receive a printed report of your test results or letter with high school credit recommendations. (College students should also select "Yes" to "Test Results" in order to receive a copy of their test results by mail.)
Test Results *
Do you wish to receive a copy of your test results from the assessment? (By selecting "Yes" you are giving permission for WAFLT and Seattle Public Schools to print out and mail the test results to you.)
Competency-Based Credits *
Are you a middle or high school student who would like to earn Competency-Based Credits? (By selecting "Yes" you are giving permission for WAFLT and Seattle Public Schools to send you a letter with recommended high school credits.)
Student ID *
Please enter your Student ID so that your test can be properly matched to your name in the registration form. This would be your high school student ID or college ID.
Your answer
School Contact Name
Please provide the name of your school counselor or other person who should receive a letter with a copy of your test results and credit recommendations. UW Students: please leave this blank.
Your answer
School Mailing Address
Please provide the address where the test results and letter should be mailed. UW Students: please leave this blank.
Your answer
Payment Information
WAFLT coordinates Washington World Language Assessment Days as a service to students throughout the state. Some students pay their own registration fees. In some cases, the registration fee is paid for by the district (Sponsored).

Sponsored tests in school year 2018-2019 include:

Seattle Public Schools sponsors 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. (We may test 8th graders in spring 2019.)

Other students will receive payment information after they register. If you are a student in Seattle Public Schools and are uncertain about whether or not your registration should be sponsored, please contact Gosia Stone mjstone@seattleschools.org.

Payment Method *
For Sponsored, that means the student does not need to submit payment because the district or school has agreed to pay WAFLT directly. UW Students: you must pay WAFLT in advance for your test(s). To pay by Credit Card, you will receive a link to the Brown Paper Tickets page where you can pay.
Quick Language Self-Assessment
Take a moment to think about your current language skills in the language that you wish to be tested in (not English). Please indicate what you can comfortably do on your own in the language, from 1 (Just beginning to do this) to 5 (I can do this very easily).
Interpretive: Listening *
I can understand ideas on familiar topics expressed through phrases, short sentences, and frequently used expressions.
Just beginning to do this
I can do this very easily
Interpretive: Reading *
I can understand the main idea and some details in simple texts that contain familiar vocabulary.
Just beginning to do this
I can do this very easily
Interpersonal: Person-to-Person Communication *
I can exchange information with another person about familiar tasks, topics and activities.
Just beginning to do this
I can do this very easily
Presentational: Spoken Production *
I can use a series of phrases and sentences to provide basic information about familiar topics.
Just beginning to do this
I can do this very easily
Presentational: Writing *
I can write simple descriptions and short messages and request or provide information on familiar topics.
Just beginning to do this
I can do this very easily
Thank you!
You will receive an email confirmation with detailed location information about 7-10 days before the test date.
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