The Foreign Language Placement Test determines your proficiency in writing, reading, and culture based on national guidelines established by ACTFL (The American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages).
Since speaking and listening, the other two required skills, cannot be assessed by a written test, if you score 53 or above on the placement test you will need to complete an oral interview to determine proper upper level placement or to confirm a waiver of the foreign language requirement.
This is the only way to receive a waiver for the foreign languages component of the General Education requirement. The ACTFL proficiency guidelines help form the minimal core content of German 101, 102, and 201 at University of Lynchburg.
Moodle at LC
Moodle is an online service that you’ll use in your classes at LC. Log-in information will be provided for you if you indicated on your schedule preference form that you would like to take German in your first year. (All other students will get their user name at SOAR.)