Placement Exam Results

How to Learn Your Placement Exam Results for Fall 2017

Department

When
results are available
Where
results can be found
Whom to contact
with questions

Math

Distributed through the Checklist in MyWellesley

Click on the Math Placement link in the Checklist to see your recommended placement

Prof. Helen Wang

Music

By 1:00 pm on July 29

Available online here and posted on bulletin board outside Music department (Jewett Art Center 205)

Prof. Jenny Tang

Physics

By email after taking the online exam, before August 1

Emailed to students individually

Prof. Glenn Stark

Quantitative Reasoning

By 8am on Friday, September 1.  Results from Friday retake exam available by 8pm on Friday, September 1

In Banner Self-Service

Prof. Corri Taylor

 

Languages

 

Chinese

Results available at the Chinese table from 10:30-12 in the Keohane Sports Center on Friday, September 1.  Students will talk to faculty members to get their results. 

Also posted outside the department's main office (Green Hall 230)

Prof. Weina Zhao

French

Posted Thursday, August 31, 2pm, and also emailed.

 

Outside the French department's main office (Green Hall 228A)

Prof. Codruta Morari (professors available Thursday from 2-4 for advising)

Hebrew

Immediately after exam is taken

n/a

Prof. Gil Chalamish, gchalami@wellesley.edu

Italian

2-3 days after test is taken online

Emailed to students individually

Prof. Flavia Laviosa

Japanese

Prior to registration on Saturday, August 2

Emailed to students individually

Prof. Yoshimi Maeno or Prof Eiko Torii

 

Korean

Prior to registration on Saturday, August 2

Emailed to students individually

Prof. Sun-Hee Lee

 

Latin

Results available at the Classics table from 10:30-12 in the Keohane Sports Center on Friday, September 1

Via conversation with faculty only

Email Prof. Ray Starr or call at 781-283-2627

Russian

Prior to registration on Saturday, September 1

Emailed to students individually

 

Prof. Alla Epstyn

Spanish

Immediately after exam is taken on Thursday, August 31

n/a

Prof. Nancy Hall