Summer 2020 Update
During Summer 2020 the AEHC can be done remotely from your own computer.
June 8 - July 7: Only for students doing the Get Started Program
July 15 - August 30: AEHC is open to other students
See below on how to sign up and complete the AEHC this summer.
What is the Academic English Health Check (AEHC)?
It is a quick 20-minute diagnostic instrument that you complete in the computer lab, and is computer-marked. You get your results within an hour through e-mail. Your results are personal to you and do not get associated with your academic record. This is just a service provided to students to know for themselves where they stand and to help direct them to support that will address their needs.
How will the AEHC results be used?
You can use your results to understand more about your own areas of greatest need. Based on your results, you will be offered recommendations of programs on campus that will help you address those needs in the shortest time possible. Your results will NOT exclude you from any CTL English Language Development Support program that you wish to pursue. In fact, if your results strongly recommend that you require a particular program, say the Reading and Writing through Email (RWE) Program, you will be given top priority to get into the program from among applicants in the Fast-track Your Academic Writing Skills Development seminar cohort.
Is there an advantage of taking the AEHC today?
Definitely! The sooner you know what your level is, the sooner you can proactively get help. The CTL English Language Development Support programs, programs that have helped hundreds of students each year develop their skills quickly and achieve good results, have limited spaces, and you will be able to get those spaces if you sign up early enough.
How do I sign up and take the AEHC?
Visit our Quercus page for a list of upcoming dates to take AEHC remotely [CLICK HERE] . Please read the alert on the landing page of the AEHC Quercus before proceeding to do AEHC!