What is the Exploratory Latin Exam?
The Exploratory Latin Exam is a contest aimed at students of Latin in grades 3 through 6
who are beginning their Latin learning and not taking the National Latin Exam.
How do I sign up?
To order the PRINT version of the exam, log in to your account or create one. https://aclclassics.org/Join-ACL/ACL-Customer-Dashboard
This year, a digital option will be offered at the same price as the print version. Use this link to set up an account with Quia. https://www.quia.com/eleorder
For any issues with registration contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What content is on the exam?
The topics below make up the core syllabus of the exam:
Universal Sets of Latin Vocabulary: Animals, Body Parts, Cardinal Numerals, Colors, Commands, Family, Oral Latin Essentials, Mottoes and Expressions, Roman Numerals (fluency with numerals I-X is expected), School, Derivatives
Extended Sets of Latin Vocabulary: Art and Architecture, History and Geography, Mythology (Roman names only), Nature, Ordinal Numerals, Roman Life (clothing, housing, meals), Roman Numerals (fluency with numerals I-C is expected), Time, Roman Entertainment