ASL Placement Test
The ASL Placement Test is used to determine appropriate placement for new undergraduate students in one of three credit-bearing courses: (1) ASL 101 - American Sign Language I, (2) ASL 102- American Sign Language II, or (3) GSR 103 - American Sign Language and Deaf Studies.
The ASL Placement Test covers each students' linguistic knowledge of ASL with respect to both production and comprehension. The test is computer-based, and all answers are in multiple choice format. Test results are calculated soon after the student completes the test. The ASL Placement Test is not the same as the ASLPI (ASL Proficiency Interview), which is an admissions and/or graduation requirement for various undergraduate and graduate programs.
-As stated in the University Undergraduate Catalog