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?
This year, a digital option will be offered in addition to the traditional pencil and paper exam. The link for the digital option will be available soon.
To order the PRINT version of the exam, log in to your account or create one. https://aclclassics.org/Join-ACL/ACL-Customer-Dashboard
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