Tests Offered at Gallaudet University
The American College Test (ACT) is used as an undergraduate admissions test by the Admissions Office. When the ACT is offered here at Gallaudet University, accommodations that are provided are as follows:
- Extended time and
- Proctors who use ASL to communicate.
To register, please go to the ACT Registration Form
The TOEFL ITP Level 1 test is a paper-based English proficiency test that can be taken mainly for graduate admissions. This test may also be taken for undergraduate purposes. The Listening subtest is waived only for deaf and hard of hearing registrants. The TOEFL only offers extended times to accommodate deaf and hard of hearing registrants. If the registrant is hearing, the regular test times will be applicable. Proctors use ASL to communicate instructions. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the TOEFL ITP test.
Degrees of Reading Power (DRP) is an undergraduate English placement test for reading skills using cloze passages. More information about the DRP can be found in this link below:
The Gallaudet Writing Exam (GWE) is an undergraduate English placement test for writing skills. More information about the GWE can be found in this link below:
CaMLA Writing Test
The Cambridge Michigan Language Assessments (CaMLA) Writing Test is taken by students at the English Language Institute. It has scores that can be mapped to proficiency levels in the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR)
The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Subject test is offered twice a year at the Career Center for graduate admissions. Please click on this link below for more information on this specific test.
The Miller Analogies Test (MAT) is offered electronically at the Career Center for graduate admission. Please click on this link below for more information on this test.
Updated June 22, 2018