Credits/AP

After years of learning Mandarin Chinese, we would like to encourage your kid(s) to take the Chinese credits at middle school level or AP Chinese at high school level from his or her school district or University of Texas at Austin. Please find the testing information from varied school districts below and you also can join our forum to ask questions and share your kid's experience. Please Click Here to enter the discussion board (If you can not access to the forum, please contact us at pllc0913@gmail.com).

Lake Travis ISD


Chinese (I) & Chinese (II) for Middle School Students
The exam is ordered from the University of Texas. Below is a link to their study guide. The next opportunity to test is announced on the school district website below. You can test at any time working directly with UT but you have to pay their fees. If the test is taken during our testing window then the district covers the cost of the exam and the proctor. We test at the Educational Development Center which is the building in front of Lake Travis Elementary. The test is limited to 3 hours and there is a multiple choice section, a listening section, writing and a speaking section. The test is shipped back to UT for scoring.

UT Study Guide: https://utexas.box.com/uths-chin1

                          https://utexas.app.box.com/v/uths-chin2

Here is the link to more information on our district website and there is a link towards the bottom to register where it says Exam for Acceleration for Foreign Languages.

http://www.ltisdschools.org/acceleration

Round Rock ISD
https://teachlearn.roundrockisd.org/gifted-and-advanced-academic-services/examination-for-accelerationcredit-by-examination/

https://aappl.actfl.org/about-aappl


Leander ISD
http://www.leanderisd.org/default.aspx?name=foreignlang.credit



Austin ISD


Chinese Advanced Placement (AP) for High School Students


TBA

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