LPI: What is it and do I have to take it?

Similar to a challenge test, the Language Proficiency Index (LPI) assesses a student’s readiness to pursue academic work in critical reading and writing at a university level.

The LPI can be used to meet the First-Year English Course Entry Requirements, if you do not meet any of the other requirements (e.g. a certain grade in English 12).

Please refer to the Entry Requirements to see if you need to take the LPI. If you do, please note the deadlines to meet the Entry Requirements for First-Year English Courses.

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