School of Literature, Communication, and Culture

The

Regents' Testing Program

Test Overview

Description

Q & A

Scheduling & Results

 

Additional Information and Resources

     Georgia State University: Regents' Exam Program General Info

     Georgia Tech Registrar's Office: Frequently Asked Questions

Preparation

The Essay Portion

     Organizing the Essay

     Analyzing and Answering the Questions

     List of Approved Regents' Test Essay Topics

 

The Reading Portion

     Description

     Practice Reading Test with Feedback for Answers

RGTR 1098 / RGTE 1099

Syllabus

Rating Information

Essay Scoring Manual for Raters

General Essay Standards

Sample Rated Essays

 

Please direct any questions regarding RGTR 1098, RGTE 1099, or the Regents' Exam to

Dr. Scott Banville or Dr. Shannon Dobranski.

What is the Regents' Testing Program?

To establish eligibility for an undergraduate degree, every student in the University System of Georgia must pass the Regents' Test, a two-part examination designed to measure proficiency in reading and English composition. Students are invited to take this exam when they have earned ten hours of course credit. If a student fails to pass the Regents' Test, he or she must repeat the test until a passing grade has been achieved.

 

Any student accumulating 45 semester hours of course credit toward a degree without passing one or both portions of the Regents' Test must take the Regents' Test Preparation course along with other credit course work.

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