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Cornell On-Line Language Tests

The following tests are currently offered at this site to qualified students.
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Note about CASE: Cornell Advanced Standing Examination (CASE) in French, Italian, and Spanish are not online tests, but in order to find out whether you're eligible to take them, you must register (click the button above this paragraph). You may be qualified for a CASE on the basis of your previous study, or you may qualify after taking an online Language Placement test. Click the button below to find out.

Why some tests may not be shown: Some of the tests are offered only at certain times of year. For a schedule of Spanish, Italian, and French placement tests, please see this schedule.
One of the purposes of online testing is to make it easier for first year students to determine their placement level prior to arriving to campus.
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The Language Requirement

You can find the most recent information about this in Cornell University's Courses of Study, under the College of Arts and Sciences, General information. For questions about the language requirements in other colleges, please contact the registrar of the other college directly.

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Your COLLT History

After you select a language and log in, you may click the Your COLLT History link to see the results of any test you have taken at this site.

COLLT was created and is maintained at the College of Arts and Sciences. It was designed and programmed by Slava Paperno and owes many of its features to advice from other teachers. Questions? Write to Richard Feldman at rf10@cornell.edu. © 2006-2012 Cornell University and the authors. All rights reserved.