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JAPAN 101R Language Assessment- Spring 2020

All students enrolled into JAPAN 101R at Renison University College (affiliated with the University of Waterloo) are required to completed a short questionnaire assessing their background knowledge and proficiency prior to the start of classes to confirm their appropriate level, and that JAPAN 101R is right for them. 

Based on your answers to this form, you may be required to complete an additional placement assessment or may be contacted for an interview. If you already have some background in Japanese, please contact Coordinator of Japanese Language and Culture Studies, Kumiko Kunizane: kkunizane@uwaterloo.ca 

Please note that students must complete the assessment by no later than Monday, May 11th at 11:59pm. 

If you have any questions about this form, please contact Margaret Girodat: margaret.girodat@uwaterloo.ca


Disclaimer: 
In submitting this form, I confirm that the information I have provided is accurate. I am aware that providing inaccurate information is considered an academic offense as defined in UW policy 71 (https://uwaterloo.ca/secretariat/policies-procedures-guidelines/policy-71) subject to penalty up to and including expulsion. 

Information and privacy: questions regarding the collection of information on this form can be directed to the form administrator.

 
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Faculty * (required)
JAPAN 101R 001- TUT * (required)
JAPAN 101R 002- TUT * (required)
Is Japanese a spoken language at your home? * (required)
Does anyone in your family speak Japanese? * (required)
Have you lived in Japan more than three months? * (required)
Were you raised and educated in Japan? * (required)
Have you studied Japanese before? * (required)
For example, if you have studied Japanese through high school, a summer program, or through an online tutor, please select "yes" and elaborate in the text box below.
Have you taken any Japanese language assessment tests * (required)
For example, the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) or advanced courses including Advanced Placement (AP) - Japanese Language and Culture or International Baccalaureate (IEI) - Japanese.