Your level of Spanish is determined by the placement test that you write on your first day as well as by the first week of classes when your teacher will continue to assess your Spanish and how you are doing in the class where you were placed. In addition, if you think that your class is too easy or too difficult, do not hesitate to talk with the Spanish Coordinator during the first week. The Coordinator is there for whatever needs you may have.
In order to give an assessment of your performance in the Spanish course, teachers will consider the following points:
2. Involvement in class
4. Self-assessment reports
5. Tutoring attendance
6. Involvement in extracurricular activities
7. Final tests of the books used during the Spanish course