Chinese Interview Form September 2017
1. The purpose of the interview process is to place you in the most appropriate language course. You must answer these questions and the questions during the interview honestly. Misrepresenting your knowledge of the language is considered a violation of academic integrity guidelines and will result in you being removed from the course without notice. Academic offences will be reported to the Office of Student Academic Integrity.
2. Your interview time will be posted on the EAS website at least two days before the interview date. Attendance at the interview is mandatory and no other alternative times are possible.
3. After the interview, your course placement will be posted on the EAS website. Please note that space is limited, so attending the interview and being given a course placement does not guarantee you a spot in the course.
Email address
Please note that you will receive a copy of your answers at the email provided above. If you do not, please email natasja.vanderberg@utoronto.ca
Given name (exactly as it appears on ROSI):
Your answer
Surname (exactly as it appears on ROSI):
Your answer
Student number:
Your answer
U of T email address, if known (the department will use this address to communicate with you):
Your answer
PROGRAM INFORMATION
What will your year of study be in 2017-2018:
Campus:
Faculty
Program of Study 1 (indicate whether Specialist/Major/Minor)
Your answer
Program of Study 2 (indicate whether Specialist/Major/Minor)
Your answer
Program of Study 3 (indicate whether Specialist/Major/Minor)
Your answer
In which course do you hope to enrol:
Please read through the course descriptions carefully and determine which course is most appropriate for your level.
LANGUAGE BACKGROUND
I have no familiarity with Mandarin or any other Chinese dialect.
I have taken Chinese language courses at the postsecondary (university) level:
If yes, and you took the courses at U of T, please list your most recent course, the year in which you took it, and the grade you received:
Your answer
If yes, and you took any courses outside of U of T, please list institution, course code and name, and grade received for all courses:
Your answer
I have taken Chinese language courses at the secondary (high school) level:
If yes, please list high school name, level of the course, and grade received for all courses:
Your answer
In which country were you born:
Have you ever lived in or visited China, Hong Kong or Taiwan?
If yes, for how long?
Your answer
List all of the countries in which you have lived and indicate for how many years:
(Please list in order from birthplace until now)
Your answer
Which language was spoken to you by your parents/caregivers as you were growing up? If more than one, please indicate.
Your answer
Which language did your parents/caregivers primarily speak to one another?
Your answer
Have you ever attended a school (at any level) in which Mandarin, Cantonese or another Chinese dialect was spoken by the teachers?
If yes, which grade levels?
Your answer
What percentage of Mandarin TV shows can you understand?
List all the languages you fully or partially know (in order from most fluent to least fluent):
Your answer
Form Submission
I verify that the above information is accurate and I have not underrepresented my familiarity with the language. I understand that students discovered to have higher language competency than is appropriate for enrolment in a course will be removed from the course without notice. I also acknowledge that misrepresenting my language competency is an academic offence.
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