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This unit was about evaluation and testing. It went into detail about internal testing and some external exams. We were first given ways in which to assess a student's language level that included the use of tutorials and evaluations of the course by the students themselves. Many types of tests were mentioned and an example placement test was also given. I found this chapter to be highly disjointed. It did not synchronize well either with the video provided. For example, the written unit has 'business' type exams scattered throughout [one on bottom of page 7 and the rest of business exams on page 9]. Another example of confusion was not having the progression given in the 'general test' info on page 2 correlate with the more in depth breakdowns of each item given later on: ie diagnostic tests is shifted down in the breakdown rather than being next to 'placement tests' . . . to which it is closely related. I found some distinctions to be confusing and overkill. If I had organized this chapter I would have streamlined it even more and put correlating items closer together [again, diagnostic and placement tests . . . ]. Also there is a typo on the word 'intermediate' in the video. It should not be intermidiate . . . unless this is a new word that I am not familiar with . . . yet? All these pitfalls prompted me to skim through this and not invest in it the time and energy I probably should have . . . because its presentation was not so professional and reflects a lack of time and effort put into it. At any rate, thank you for this . . . very much appreciated. Hopefully I didn't flunk it totally because I ski-sloped through it.