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    Good afternoon!
    My son is in 9th grade, has completed First and Second Forms and Henle Units 1-5. He made it through the first unit in Third Form this year before enrolling in a university model classical school. This school uses the Forms in lower and middle school, then moves to Jenneys Latin in highschool (meh)..he is in the first year Latin 1 book. He’s never taken the NLE. Should he still start with the intro level or could he safely move to level one?
    Thank you!
    Katie

    2019/20 6th year with MP
    DS 15: 10th- mix of MP and co-op
    DD 12: 7th with MPOA Lit
    DD 9: 4th- mix of 3M/3A
    Twin DD's 6: 1st

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    Re: Nle

    Originally posted by Katie View Post
    Good afternoon!
    My son is in 9th grade, has completed First and Second Forms and Henle Units 1-5. He made it through the first unit in Third Form this year before enrolling in a university model classical school. This school uses the Forms in lower and middle school, then moves to Jenneys Latin in highschool (meh)..he is in the first year Latin 1 book. He’s never taken the NLE. Should he still start with the intro level or could he safely move to level one?
    Thank you!
    Good afternoon,

    The Intro Exam would be the "safest" place to start, as it's where we would place a student IN Second Form. For a student IN Third Form, and has thus completed most of the book by the time of the exam, we would recommend Level I for a 9th grader. Depending on what your son's covered in Jenney, he may be ready for Level I. The best way to tell would be to download some prior Intro and Level I Exams from the NLE website and have him attempt both. If he can take Level I, and thus potentially score a medal, that would be the ideal, but if he's clearly not ready after trying a few practice exams, stick with Intro.

    HTH!
    Michael
    Memoria Press

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      Re: Nle

      Originally posted by Michael View Post
      Good afternoon,

      The Intro Exam would be the "safest" place to start, as it's where we would place a student IN Second Form. For a student IN Third Form, and has thus completed most of the book by the time of the exam, we would recommend Level I for a 9th grader. Depending on what your son's covered in Jenney, he may be ready for Level I. The best way to tell would be to download some prior Intro and Level I Exams from the NLE website and have him attempt both. If he can take Level I, and thus potentially score a medal, that would be the ideal, but if he's clearly not ready after trying a few practice exams, stick with Intro.

      HTH!
      This is helpful. Good idea to get the prior exams. Thanks!
      Katie

      2019/20 6th year with MP
      DS 15: 10th- mix of MP and co-op
      DD 12: 7th with MPOA Lit
      DD 9: 4th- mix of 3M/3A
      Twin DD's 6: 1st

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