Students who have NEVER BEEN ENROLLED in German II will be eligible to take the exam. Students interested in taking the German II Test-Out need to be in at least the eighth grade. Register online using the link below. Students will be required to bring their student ID with them to the exam. Students who pass this exam will be awarded 1 world language credit on their high school transcript. The results of the test-out will not affect their grade point average.
Test Date: Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Time: 3:30 PM Location:
Churchill High School
REGISTRATION is from November 1-November 22, 2013.
The test is comprised of 100 multiple choice questions divided into two sections:
Section I consists of 40 questions with three parts.
Part A consists of a series of spoken questions or statements
Part B consists of several brief conversations
Part C consists of two longer dialogues
Section II consists of 60 questions divided into three parts.
Part A assesses reading and conversational skills
Part B assesses structure and idiomatic forms in context
Part C assesses comprehension of reading passages approximately 200 words in length
For a sample exam, please click here.
For material and concepts to be covered on the assessment, please visit National German Exam for High School Students webpage and look at the Level 2 material.
Please feel free to visit the MDE website for more detailed information about the Michigan Merit Curriculum World Language High School Content Expectations.
Students must score 80% or better in order to receive credit.
A letter will be sent to the parent/guardian indicating whether or not their student passed the test-out. Counselors will be informed via email by Matthew Miga.