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Entrance Exams

Control Practices To Prevent The Transmission of COVID-19

  • Parents are not allowed to enter the campus.
  • Bring only essential items such as your ID and a water bottle.
  • Wear a mask before entering the campus.
  • Clean your hands with sanitizing solution upon arrival to the entrance gate.
  • Keep your mask on at all times.
  • Leave immediately after completing the test.
  • You are expected to keep social distance at all time (2 m from the other person).
  • Respect the instructions displayed on campus or provided by LAU personnel.
  • Inform the Testing Services office about any underlying health condition or any immunosuppressive status to accommodate the seat accordingly.

A health survey will be emailed to you 24 hours before the exam day. You need to fill in the survey prior to your arrival to the LAU campus
In case you are feeling sick and you need to reschedule your exam, kindly email us .

LAU administers the English Entrance Exam (EEE), which measures your level of proficiency in English. It is one of the tests LAU accepts when assessing candidates for admission. 

Schedule and Preparation

Students applying for Fall 2020 - FINAL Sessions

Date of Exam Time  Campus Registration Deadline
September 04, 2020 10:00 a.m Beirut August 28, 2020
September 04, 2020 10:00 a.m Byblos August 28, 2020
     

Test Description

Download the EEE - Test Preparation Guide  to help you prepare for the exam. Please contact Continuing Education at LAU if you wish to take English courses to prepare for the test .

Registration

After you’ve applied to LAU, you can register for the EEE using your Portal username and password. 

To be able to register online, you need to: 

Please note the following:

Register

Reschedule/ Cancellation/ Program Acceptance Requirement Policy

Rescheduling: In case you have a valid excuse and you need to reschedule at the last minute, email us and we will study your case. 

Cancellation: If you failed to attend without notification, your test will be canceled with no refund. 

Program Acceptance Requirement: A refund will be issued in case a registered student is not required to take the exam.

Testing Policies & Procedures

We require exam takers to follow these policies and procedures.    

What to bring on exam day

Arrival

Cellphones/personal items

Test info

Suspicious behavior             

  • You must not cheat or behave improperly.
  • You must not communicate with other test takers during the test.
  • We reserve the right to investigate any suspicious behavior. Your test may be stopped by the supervisor and your test score will be pending the results of the investigation.

Control Practices To Prevent The Transmission of COVID-19

  • Parents are not allowed to enter the campus.
  • Bring only essential items such as your ID and a water bottle.
  • Wear a mask before entering the campus.
  • Clean your hands with sanitizing solution upon arrival to the entrance gate.
  • Keep your mask on at all times.
  • Leave immediately after completing the test.
  • You are expected to keep social distance at all time (2 m from the other person).
  • Respect the instructions displayed on campus or provided by LAU personnel.
  • Inform the Testing Services office about any underlying health condition or any immunosuppressive status to accommodate the seat accordingly.

A health survey will be emailed to you 24 hours before the exam day. You need to fill in the survey prior to your arrival to the LAU campus.
In case you are feeling sick and you need to reschedule your exam, kindly email us .

Results

Kindly note that test results MAY NOT be given over the phone or by email. You can find them on the Portal.

To obtain an Official Score Attestation Letter you need to:

  1. Complete a Score Attestation Request Form
  2. During the confinement, you will receive an e-form by email. Once LAU is open, you can collect the Score Attestation Letter in-person by visiting the Testing Services and presenting your ID. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

Who must take the EEE exam?

English is the official language of instruction at LAU and newly admitted applicants can demonstrate their proficiency in the language by getting the minimum required score on the EEE test.

What is on the EEE test?

The English Entrance Examination focuses on assessing the student’s ability in grammar, writing, vocabulary and reading comprehension skills.

How can I study/prepare for the test?

Download the LAU-EEE - Test Preparation Guide to help you prepare for the exam.

Please contact Continuing Education at LAU if you wish to take English courses to prepare for the test .

How long will the test take?

The EEE session lasts 2 hours. The testing period is 1hour and 40 minutes. We allow 20 minutes for administration.

Where can I view my EEE test scores?

You can view your EEE results on the Portal.

What do I need to bring with me on placement testing day?

You need to bring the registration payment confirmation (email) and your original valid identity card (هوية), personal civil status record, or passport .We will provide all other testing materials (pen, pencil and scratch paper). Students who do not present a photo ID will not be allowed to test.

What not to bring to the Exam room?

Don’t bring any electronic equipment or communication devices to the exam room (phones, smartwatches or wearable technology of any kind, portable listening or recording devices…). Only a water bottle is allowed. Food and beverage are not permitted. 

Can I take the EEE test more than once?

Yes, you can retake the test. However, you must wait at least one month before taking the test again.