If you are attending a college or university other than BYU-Provo you may be able to take the FLATS test at your school, or at another school nearby.
If you are not a BYU-Provo student yet, and you plan to become a BYU-Provo student in the future, it would be best if you don’t take the FLATS test before coming to BYU (unless BYU doesn’t teach your language). Once you begin attending BYU-Provo, you will need to register for the 300-level class in your language. During the course, you will receive instruction on how to register for the 16-credit, graded challenge exam. Please contact the BYU Center for Language Studies for more information.
Florida International University students: do not register to take the exam with Proctor 360. You must take the exam with one of FIU’s proctors. Please follow the instructions that your university has provided you.
California State University Bakersfield students: do not register to take the exam with Proctor 360. You must take the exam with CSUB. Please contact Lou Montano to set up a time for your exam.
Salt Lake Community College students: do not register for Spanish, French, German, Italian, Arabic, Mandarin, Japanese, or Russian. SLCC has a test for you.
University of South Florida students: do not register for Spanish, French, German, or Russian. USF has a test for you.
For a list of current FLATS proctors, click here.
To register for a test, go here.