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tybball08tybball08 Posts: 144Registered User Junior Member
edited April 2008 in University of Pennsylvania
http://undergrad.wharton.upenn.edu/forms/handbook_2007.pdf

on that website on page 16, it gives you the directions and necessary scores to pass out of the language requirement for Wharton. however, WHY is Chinese not listed under there. ive contacted the departments, about four people responded, all with ambiguous answers. im just wondering why that is only chinese, out of the main languages, not on that spreadsheet.
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Replies to: Why?

  • tybball08tybball08 Posts: 144Registered User Junior Member
    bump.. no one knows?
  • august's_chopinaugust's_chopin Posts: 312Registered User Member
    yea.. BUMP!
  • atvqueenatvqueen Posts: 13Registered User New Member
    You can take a placement test when you arrive in the fall for any language and you will but put into the appropriate level. Regardless of the language 4 semesters are necessary to meet the wharton language requirement (I believe that is the case with all of the schools with the exception of engineering which does not have a language requirement.
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