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SPEAK® Testing Program

Program Overview

The SPEAK® Testing Program was instituted at West Virginia University requiring that all instructional personnel be proficient in spoken English.

The SPEAK Testing Program establishes this proficiency for teaching assistants and is administered by the trained staff in West Virginia University’s Intensive English Program.

All prospective teaching assistants or associates whose native language is not English are required to take and pass the SPEAK Test before they can assume teaching responsibilities.

CONTACT:

Karen Allen                                                                             103 Eiesland Hall
Coordinator                                                                             P.O. Box 6297
SPEAK® Testing Program                                 Morgantown, WV 26506-6297
Email: karen.allen@mail.wvu.edu         Phone: (304) 293-9482, Fax: (304) 293-8642

Fall 2016 Testing Schedule

End of semester: December 1, 2016

Location: 134 Eiesland Hall

Spring 2017 Testing Schedule

Beginning of semester: January 5, 2017

Mid semester: February 23, 2017

End of semester: April 27, 2017

Location: 134 Eiesland Hall

Registration for the SPEAK Test

Students may not self-register for the SPEAK test.
  • Departments, please register students here SPEAK TEST Registration Form.
  • If you have questions about registration, please contact Karen Allen at (304) 293-9482 or karen.allen@mail.wvu.edu.
    Test Fee: $35.00 due at check-in before the beginning of the test (cash or check made payable to WVU, no credit cards).

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