Is the ASLPI a test for which I can study?

The ASLPI is not a test for which you study. As with all languages, skills develop over time and that time frame varies from person to person. To improve your ASL skills, a combination of formal instruction, diagnostic assessment to identify specific strengths and weaknesses, and interaction with proficient users of the language in a variety of communicative contexts is needed. However, none of these produce "overnight" changes in your skills. As with any test, you are encouraged to do things to reduce test anxiety, such as eating well, exercising, and getting a good night's sleep before the day of your ASLPI evaluation.

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Washington, DC 20002