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Language Competency

Chicago80118Chicago80118 Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
edited June 2013 in University of Chicago
Whats the easiest way to satisfy the language requirement? I looked at the page in the catalog, but naturally it won't tell me which is the easy way out, if any. Foreign language was my worst subject in high school, I hated it, and I was terrible. I did french. I don't want to start from scratch, but I want to do french as little as possible. I didn't take the AP, and I probably can't pass the competency exam, and i dont want to place into t0 hard a class.
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Replies to: Language Competency

  • PoplicolaPoplicola Registered User Posts: 179 Junior Member
    If you did not take the AP French exam, you will probably have to take one year of French 101 or 201 (depending on your placement exam performance).
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