The Exploratory Latin Exam | ELE

The Exploratory Latin Exam

 


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 in the beginning of their Latin learning and not taking the National Latin Exam.

What content is on the exam?

The topics below make up the core syllabus of the exam:
Animals
Derivatives
Housing/Life
Number Names
Art/Architecture
Entertainment
Mottoes/Expressions
Oral/Classroom Latin
Body Parts
Family Members
Mythology
Roman Numerals
Colors
Geography/History
Nature
Translation

The complete ELE 2018-2019 syllabus

The ELE looks slightly different for students in different grades:

Grades 3-4 - 30 questions from the core syllabus.

Grades 5-6 - 30 questions from the core syllabus, plus 10 additional questions on this year's theme, Geography of the Greco-Roman World, plus 10 additional questions entirely in Latin.

Download the complete ELE 2018-2019 Syllabus.


What about awards?

All participants will receive ribbons. Qualifying high scores will earn certificates. Perfect scores will earn medallions.

Print your own Certificates of Participation in COLOR or BLACK AND WHITE for all of your students. Show your students that you appreciate the hard work they put in when preparing for the test.


How do I sign up?

TO ORDER: Follow this link to order 2018-2019 exams. 


If you have more questions, contact the Exploratory Latin Exam Chair, K. C. Kless.

Dates to know:

  • Exam administration is open: Oct 1, 2018 - April 1, 2019
  • Deadline for ordering: March 1, 2019
  • Exam results mailed - May 2019