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CUNY Assessment Test in Writing

CAT-W

 

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   SUMMER '14 workshops are CLOSED 

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Online Registration

for 

FALL 14

BE 11 CATW

Writing Prep Workshops

 will begin on

Tuesday, Sept. 23rd

at this web address:

www.qcc.cuny.edu/CWC/CATWreg

    

Note: You will not be able to register for these workshops in CUNYFirst.

 

Stop by the Writing Center in L-118 (Library 1st fl) to pick up a flyer or use our computer lab to register!                         

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BE11 CATW Writing Prep Workshop policy:

Writing Center workshops are 24-hours long over 6 days. Preparing you successfully for the CUNY Assessment Test in Writing (CATW) is something we take seriously. We know you do, too! You are expected to attend the workshop each day for all the hours that section runs. 

 

Remember, if you are registered for a course for which a Pass in Reading and Writing is required you will not be allowed to take it unless you have passed both exams, first.  CUNY now requires that you continue remediation for the CATW each semester until you pass. So, do not delay preparing for the CATW or it may affect your ability to register for future classes. Not showing up for a workshop, arriving late or missing days CAN AFFECT YOUR SCHEDULE. So, please check your personal, work and class schedules carefully to avoid a conflict with your workshop! Passing the exam is the goal of your workshop experience. We know you agree!   

 

 

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Campus Writing Center

(718) 631-6663

Library room L-118