At the annual TABS (The Association of Boarding Schools) Conference last week in Washington D.C., many schools arrived without a way to evaluate the English skills of international applicants. They were thrilled to learn about iTEP SLATE.
Since the SLEP exam was retired earlier this year, many at the conference were looking for a new English proficiency exam tailored to the secondary level. Upon discovering how secure, convenient, and affordable iTEP SLATE is, many institutions signed up to become partner schools.
“Now that SLEP is gone, I’m so glad we’ve discovered SLATE.” says Peter Gieseke, Director of Admission at Monte Vista Christian School. “It’s going to be a great fit for us.”