Italian Placement Exam



You may access the Italian placement test at http://www.lang.ox.ac.uk/courses/tst_index.html
This test is only for students who already know some Italian and are not sure in which class to enroll.
Students who have never studied the language before should enroll in ITL 101. Students who are native speakers of Italian are advised to enroll in 300 and 400 level courses conducted in Italian. Their Italian professor will help them tailor their reading list according to their interests and needs.
If you take the test, you will be able to determine what course you should enroll in. Obviously, when you take the exam, you should not consult Italian grammar books and notes. Otherwise, you run the risk of scoring too high a score and enrolling in a class that is too challenging and intimidating.
This table will help you choose your appropriate course.
ScoreCourse
0-12Beginning Italian 101
13-24Lower Intermediate Italian 201
25-36Intermediate Italian 202, 250 and 260
37 and beyondAdvanced/Upper level 300 and 400 level courses conducted in Italian

If you have other questions, please consult Italian faculty members by accessing their profiles from the Faculty page.

Pictured above, Connecticut College students who studied at the Umbra Institute in Perugia receive their Intensive Italian achievements certificates.

Contact information:
Phone:
860-439-2028
Fax:
860-439-5333
Email psica@conncoll.edu
Italian Studies Department
Paola Sica, Chair
270 Mohegan Avenue
New London, CT 06320-4196