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here for the next exam!
All scores are posted within 2 weeks of the exam date.
Are you worried about the exam? Take a
on your own first. Practice the exam under test conditions. Give yourself two hours to complete the reading and writing. Then, look at the
sample scored exams
, so that you can better understand the expectations of the Writing Assessment! You can also take your pratice exam to the
for feedback from a tutor.
Remember, if you score F3 on the exam, you cannot retake the exam until you take LTED 305.
Have you taken the sample exam and are still worried about your writing skills? Are you still concerned that you may not pass the Writing Assessment Exam? Sign up for
, a class designed solely to prepare you for the exam. You will take the Writing Assessment Exam in the class as your final exam.
The College of Education Writing Assessment is administered during the following times:
If there is a problem with your registration confirmation, please
complete our online form
or call us at 201-200-2101, a minimum of 7 days prior to the test date.
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