Korean Placement Exam
The purpose of the placement exam is to place you at the appropriate level of a Korean language course.
Students with no previous knowledge about Korean should register for KREN 1011 Intensive First Level Korean I.
The Korean placement exam has two parts: an online placement test and a confirmation test.
Online Test: You can take the online placement test on your computer. It is comprised of 100 questions testing you grammar and reading in Korean, and has a 140-minute time limit to complete the online test. The online test is used for preregistration purposes.
Confirmation Test: You should confirm your placement through the confirmation test, which will test your speaking and writing. The confirmation test will be conducted via Zoom interview. After completion of the online test, contact Professor Min Koo Choi (firstname.lastname@example.org) in order to schedule the confirmation test.
A student may need to move up or down to a class at a different level based on his/her confirmation test results.
All other students must take the online placement test first that is accessible through the Canvas.
How to take the online placement exam:
In order to take the language placement exam, you must self-enroll in this “course” on Canvas.
1. Go to the following link: https://georgetown.instructure.com/enroll/GD34LX
2. Log in with your NetID and password.
3. Enroll in the course.
4. Click the “Instructions” section at the top of the page.
5. Read and follow the instructions carefully.
Things to Consider
- Make sure that you have a reliable Internet connection and set aside ample quiet time to take the exam so that you can complete it in one sitting.
- Close other programs running on the computer. Avoid distraction; focus only on the test until it is completed.
- Do not resize or refresh the browser window after beginning the test. Make sure that it is the size you want before you begin.
- Please use an up-to-date version of one of the following browsers: Chrome (Windows and Mac) or Firefox (Windows and Mac).
Important: Internet Explorer has a known problem with text display. Please do not use Internet Explorer to take the online test.
If you have problems in logging in or other technical difficulties, please contact the Student Help Desk (Email: email@example.com or call at 202-687-4949).