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Is It Neccesary To Pass Class To Move Up?

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Is It Neccesary To Pass Class To Move Up?

Postby tango42 » 19 May 2012, 07:55

At Shi-Da, and not regarding visa, is it possible to continue to advance to next class level without fullfilling all requirements of previous level?

For example, if I miss more classes than allowed, can I take the placement test for the next level following and (if passing as qualified for next level) be accepted and allowed to take the next level class in the following semester?

Or will they require to complete previous level no matter how good your Chinese becomes?
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