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Exam MS-900: Microsoft 365 Fundamentals9878National Guide Course12/16/2020 8:54:12 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#3;#computer application management, computer application support, or software management;| The exam is designed to measure the candidate’s ability to 31https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses M/AllItems.aspxFalse(Microsoft 365 Certified: Fundamentals). The exam is designed to measure the candidate’s ability to demonstrate foundational knowledge on the considerations and benefits of adopting cloud services in general and the Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud model. This exam also covers knowledge of available options and benefits gained by implementing Microsoft 365 cloud service offerings.c8c6066a-4d3f-eb11-a813-000d3a378463Microsoft Corporation
ACTFL Writing Proficiency Test (WPT): Intermediate High/Advanced Low12317National Guide Course12/24/2020 8:52:36 AMAmerican Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#6;#Writing ability in the respective target language;|;Upper-Division Baccalaureate;#2 18https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses A/AllItems.aspxFalseThe ACTFL Writing Proficiency Test is an assessment of functional writing ability that measures how well a person spontaneously writes in the target language in response to four carefully constructed prompts dealing with practical, social, and professional topics that are encountered in true-to-life informal and formal contexts. The individual whose writing proficiency is being evaluated is presented with tasks and contexts that represent the range of proficiency levels from Novice to Superior. A recommended length of written text to be produced and a suggested time to dedicate to the writing of each prompt are included with each prompt. All instructions and prompts are written in English; responses are written in the target language. The WPT can be administered in booklet form or via the Internet. The WPT lasts for 80 minutes (with an additional 10 minutes allotted for instructions). The elicited writing sample is compared to the descriptions contained in the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines - Writing, and a rating is assigned. Each test is rated by a minimum of two ACTFL Certified WPT Raters. The two ratings must agree exactly. Any rating discrepancy is arbitrated by a third rater and an Official ACTFL WPT rating assigned when two ratings agree exactly. The languages include: Albanian, Arabic, Chinese-Cantonese, Chinese-Mandarin, English, French, German, Greek (Modern), Haitian Creole, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Persian-Farsi, Polish, Portuguese, , Russian, Serbian-Croatian, Spanish, Turkish, Urdu, and Vietnamese.0860d614-5645-eb11-a813-000d3a33232aAmerican Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc.
Speaking Proficiency Test:Level 0+(French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, & Portuguese)12827National Guide Course12/22/2020 8:54:15 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#1;#speaking in the target language;| The FSI Language Proficiency Test is administered orally and lasts approximately two hours from beginning to end 17https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses F/AllItems.aspxFalseThe FSI Language Proficiency Test is administered orally and lasts approximately two hours from beginning to end. The test is intended to elicit a sample of the ability to use the language in real-life communicative tasks. At the same time, the test is designed to produce a language sample that will elicit in a short time the best possible information about the examinee's abilities to speak and read the target language. The testing team uses the sample to match the examinee's performance against the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions. This is the rating scale used by all U.S. Government agencies. The relevant languages include: French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, and Portuguese.96c1fe74-b343-eb11-a813-000d3a33232aForeign Service Institute
Reading Proficiency Test: Level 1(French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, & Portuguese)13238National Guide Course12/18/2020 8:54:57 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#2;#reading in the target language;| The FSI Language Proficiency Test is administered orally and lasts approximately two hours from beginning to end 21https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses F/AllItems.aspxFalseThe FSI Language Proficiency Test is administered orally and lasts approximately two hours from beginning to end. The test is intended to elicit a sample of the ability to use the language in real-life communicative tasks. At the same time, the test is designed to produce a language sample that will elicit in a short time the best possible information about the examinee's abilities to speak and read the target language. The testing team uses the sample to match the examinee's performance against the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions. This is the rating scale used by all U.S. Government agencies. The relevant languages include: French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, and Portuguese. 48bf2b98-9340-eb11-a813-000d3a33232aForeign Service Institute
Reading Proficiency Test: Level 4(French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, & Portuguese)13247National Guide Course12/18/2020 8:54:59 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#4;#reading in the target language;|;Upper-Division Baccalaureate;#4;#reading in the target language;| The FSI Language Proficiency Test is 15https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses F/AllItems.aspxFalseThe FSI Language Proficiency Test is administered orally and lasts approximately two hours from beginning to end. The test is intended to elicit a sample of the ability to use the language in real-life communicative tasks. At the same time, the test is designed to produce a language sample that will elicit in a short time the best possible information about the examinee's abilities to speak and read the target language. The testing team uses the sample to match the examinee's performance against the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions. This is the rating scale used by all U.S. Government agencies. The relevant languages include: French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, and Portuguese.3a2e3dd4-9f40-eb11-a813-000d3a33232aForeign Service Institute
Speaking Proficiency Test:Level 4+(French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, & Portuguese)13326National Guide Course12/22/2020 8:54:17 AMLower-Division Baccalaureate;#4;#speaking in the target language;|;Upper-Division Baccalaureate;#6;#speaking in the target language;| The FSI Language Proficiency Test is 13https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses F/AllItems.aspxFalseThe FSI Language Proficiency Test is administered orally and lasts approximately two hours from beginning to end. The test is intended to elicit a sample of the ability to use the language in real-life communicative tasks. At the same time, the test is designed to produce a language sample that will elicit in a short time the best possible information about the examinee's abilities to speak and read the target language. The testing team uses the sample to match the examinee's performance against the Interagency Language Roundtable (ILR) Skill Level Descriptions. This is the rating scale used by all U.S. Government agencies. The relevant languages include: French, Spanish, Russian, Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, and Portuguese.191eccef-be43-eb11-a813-000d3a33232aForeign Service Institute
ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview (OPI): Advanced High/Superior13361National Guide Course12/24/2020 8:52:38 AMAmerican Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#6;#Speaking ability in the respective target language;|;Upper-Division Baccalaureate;#6 6https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses A/AllItems.aspxFalseThe ACTFL OPI is a live interview conducted telephonically between an ACTFL Certified OPI Tester and the individual whose language proficiency is being assessed. The interview lasts between 20 and 30 minutes depending on the proficiency level of the trest taker. A ratable sample is elicited through a series of personalized questions that adhere strictly to a standardized elicitation protocol designed to establish the speaker's highest level of sustained ability as well as the level at which the speaker is no longer able to sustain all the assessment criteria for the level. The elicited speech sample is digitally recorded and rated by the tester according to a standardized ACTFL OPI rating protocol. The rating assigned to the elicited speech sample reflects the descriptors contained in the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines Speaking. Each sample is independently rated by a minimum of two ACTFL Certified OPI Testers. The two ratings must agree exactly. Any rating discrepancy is arbitrated by a third Certified OPI Tester and an Official ACTFL OPI Rating is assigned when two ratings agree exactly. The languages include: Afrikaans, Akan-Twi, Albanian, Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Baluchi, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Burmese, Cambodian, Cantonese, Cebuano, Chavacano, Czech, Dari, Dutch, English, French, Ga, Georgian, German, Greek, (Modern), Gujarati, Haitian Creole, Hausa, Hebrew, Hiligaynon, Hindi, Hmong-Mong, Hungarian, Igbo, Ilocano, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Javanese, Kashmiri, Kazakh, Kikongo-Kongo, Korean, Krio, Kurdish, Lao, Malay, Malayalam, Mandarin, Mandingo-Bambara, Nepali, Pashto, Persian-Farsi, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Serbian/Croatian, Sindhi, Sinhalese, Slovak, Somali, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Tajik, Tamil, Tausug, Telugu, Thai, Tigrinya, Turkish, Turkmen, Uighur, Urdu, Uzbek, Vietnamese, Wolof, Wu and Yoruba.250cc3c2-5945-eb11-a813-000d3a33232aAmerican Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc.
ACTFL Oral Proficiency Interview-computer (OPIc): Intermediate High/Advanced Low13364National Guide Course12/24/2020 8:52:39 AMAmerican Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#9;#Speaking ability in the respective target language;| The ACTFL OPIc is a semi-direct test 16https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses A/AllItems.aspxFalseThe ACTFL OPIc is a semi-direct test of functional spoken language proficiency, delivered via the Internet, and designed to elicit a 20 to 40 minute sample of ratable speech. Each test is unique and individualized through the selection of tasks within topic areas tailored to each test taker's work experience, academic background, and interests. The test taker interacts with an Avatar figure on the computer screen by responding to prompts in the target language. The elicited speech sample is digitally recorded and rated by a minimum of two ACTFL Certified OPIc Raters. Certified ACTFL OPIc raters compare the sample to the descriptions contained in the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines - Speaking and assign one of ten possible ratings. The two ratings must agree exactly. Any rating discrepancy is arbitrated by a third tester and an Official ACTFL OPIc rating is assigned when two ratings agree exactly. The languages include: Arabic, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin, Pashto, Persian-Farsi, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, & Vietnamese.800a53e0-5a45-eb11-a813-000d3a33232aAmerican Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc.
ACTFL Reading Proficiency Test (RPT): Advanced High/Superior13367National Guide Course12/24/2020 8:52:39 AMAmerican Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc Lower-Division Baccalaureate;#6;#Reading comprehension in the respective target language;| The RPT measures how well a 14https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses A/AllItems.aspxFalseThe ACTFL Reading Proficiency Test (RPT) is a standardized test for the global assessment of reading ability in a language. The RPT measures how well a person spontaneously reads a language when presented with texts and tasks as described in the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines - Reading without access to dictionaries or grammar references. The ACTFL RPT is a carefully constructed assessment that evaluates Novice to Superior levels of reading ability. It is delivered by computer via the Internet. The test can assess a specific range of proficiency (e.g., Novice Mid to Intermediate Mid; Intermediate Mid to Advanced Mid; and Advanced Low to Superior). These options ensure that the test administered targets the range of the test-taker's reading ability and is economical in terms of time and effort. Test length varies: 50 minutes for a two level test, 75 minutes for a three-level tests and 125 minutes for a full-range test. The RPT presents between 10 and 25 texts for the test-taker to read based on the range of proficiency-selected. Each text if followed by three questions with multiple choice response items. Each question has four possible answers; only one answer is correct. At the Intermediate level, the texts are in the target language and the questions and associated multiple choice answers are in English. At the Advanced and Superior levels, the texts and questions with multiple choice answers are in the target language. The languages include: English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.ef9a0a45-5c45-eb11-a813-000d3a33232aAmerican Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc.
Business Law II14050National Guide Course3/6/2021 8:08:05 AMThe exam consists of 94 multiple-choice questions It is administered to test takers without time limits; however, most test takers complete the examination within 90 minutes 21https://admin.acenet.edu/National-Guide/Lists/Org Courses P/AllItems.aspxFalseThe exam consists of 94 multiple-choice questions. It is administered to test takers without time limits; however, most test takers complete the examination within 90 minutes.34133e09-86c4-ea11-a812-000d3a33232aPrometric Inc, DSST Credit-by-Exam