September 2019 Start Date
This is where you can find all of the information about the WRIT Placement Assessment if you are starting your program in September.
What Is The WRIT Placement Assessment?
Many Fanshawe programs requires a WRIT credit, a credit which is usually secured during your first semester. There are generally two options to securing a WRIT credit:
- Complete and achieve a passing grade in any 1000-level WRIT course
- Achieve a place-out grade on a Writing (WRIT) Intake Assessment.
The information below offers insight into how you can attempt the WRIT Assessment. Note: You will need to bring your Fanshawe username and password with you to the Test Centre during the times listed on the WRIT Assessment - Date and Times page.
If you have written the WRIT Assessment before, please contact the School of Language and Liberal Studies for advice on how your previous Assessment affects your current program. Contact information is available on the WRIT Contacts page.
- Look at the available dates for the assessment listed on the WRIT Assessment - Date and Times page.
- If you live a great distance from the College, consider writing this assessment using the online proctor option. More information about your writing options can be found on the Assessment Writing Options page.
What To Do When Visiting Fanshawe College
Please arrive at the Test Centre (F2006) ahead of your appointment time. The assessment schedule can be found on the page, WRIT Assessment - Dates and Times.
You will need to make an appointment. If you live a great distance from the College, consider writing this assessment using the online proctor option. Alternatively, when you come to London to make arrangements for housing, a campus tour, etc., you may also choose to write in the Test Centre (F2006). Information on your writing options can be found on the Assessment Writing Options page.
When and Where Can I Write?
The dates, times, and locations for the WRIT assessment are available on the WRIT Assessment Dates & Times page.
Dates are available to write the assessment on the London Campus, as well as more limited times on some Regional Campuses. You also have the option of writing virtually using an online proctoring service. The processes for writing on campus or from home are outlined on the Assessment Writing Options page.
Students With Documented Disabilities
If you require disability-related accommodations for your WRIT test, please contact the Test Centre at 519-452-4430 x4588 or you can self-identify if you choose to write virtually or remotely.