National Latin Exam

Description: The five-week National Latin Exam preparatory course is a weekly online class for those students who will be taking the Introductory, Beginning, Intermediate, or Intermediate Reading level of the National Latin Exam in March. This class will be a great help for any student wanting to score well on the NLE. The NLE not only includes skill-level appropriate Latin grammar, vocabulary, and syntax but also Roman culture and life, mythology, history, geography, oral Latin, derivatives, mottos, reading comprehension, etc. Students will study each subject(s) week by week via power point presentations and class interaction as well as independent reading, study, and practice exams. Students need to take the exam level that best reflects their current level of Latin study. If there are any questions as to which level of the NLE should be taken, students or parents should confer with either their Latin teacher or with the MPOA instructor. See nle.org for more information. 
 
Seniors who earn a Summa Cum Laude on the Advanced Latin Prose Exam, Advanced Latin Poetry Exam, or the Advanced Latin Reading Comprehension Exam may apply for a renewable college scholarship if studies in Classical Latin or Greek are continued.
 
Below are the general suggestions for NLE level according to the Form Series or Henle Latin. For students outside of MPOA, please consult with the syllabus for your level here and confer with Mrs. Strickland as to the appropriate level for your level of Latin. (N.B. Students are responsible for material on the prior levels’ syllabi.)
 
    • First Form Latin: Do not take the NLE. 
    • Second Form Latin: Do not take the NLE.
    • Third Form Latin: Introductory Level is suggested; strong and/or high school students may take the Beginning Latin Exam. 
    • Fourth Form Latin: Beginning Latin Exam is suggested; strong and/or high school students may take the Intermediate Latin Exam (will require independent work). 
    • Henle Units 1-5: Do not take the NLE or NLE Prep class (not enough material will have been covered). 
    • Henle Units 6-14: Take Beginning Latin Exam.
    • Henle Latin II (Caesar): Intermediate Latin Exam is suggested; strong high school students may take the Intermediate Latin Reading Comprehension Exam (will require independent work). 
    • Henle Latin III (Cicero): Intermediate Latin Reading Comprehension Exam; strong students may take the Advanced Latin Prose Exam.
    • AP Latin: Advanced Latin Prose OR Poetry Exam; strong students may take the Advanced Latin Reading Comprehension Exam.

Dates: The dates for the 2022 NLE are listed here and NLE Prep class are posted under the class list. Students will register on their own to take the NLE, either online or proctored by an eligible party.

Required Materials: The appropriate NLE Guide by Memoria Press. Memoria Press will publish a guide for the Intermediate Reading Comprehension Exam, and it will be available for purchase in January. Students will also need a USB headset microphone (built-in microphones also work).

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SectionTeacherDayTimeTermSeatsCostRegistration
Introductory Latin A Spring 2022Susan StricklandF9:00 - 10:15 AM ET1/28/22 - 2/25/2211$99.95
Beginning Latin A Spring 2022Susan StricklandF11:00 - 12:30PM ET1/28/22 - 2/25/223$99.95
Intermediate Latin Exam A Spring 2022Susan StricklandF3:30 - 5:00 PM ET1/28/22 - 2/25/2213$99.95
Intermediate Latin Reading Comprehension Spring 2022Susan StricklandF1:30 - 3:00 PM ET1/28/22 - 2/25/2215$99.95
1 Item | $99.95