Social Work Admissions Test
Important Note: All applicants who meet the minimum academic criteria for admission consideration will be required, as part of the admission process, to write a Social Work Admissions Test. This written component will be administered prior to the end of the Winter semester. The School of Social Work will notify applicants in writing regarding the specific time and date.
The Social Work Admissions Test may consist of questions regarding a student’s motivation to apply to the Bachelor of Social Work program, her/his understanding of social work, her/his ability to show evidence of: values and ethics congruent with social work, commitment to advocacy, social justice and diversity, leadership abilities and written skills required to be successful in the Bachelor of Social Work program.
The Social Work Admissions Test will be graded on: quality of communication, information and arguments, knowledge of the social work profession, motivation for pursuing social work, open-mindedness, self-awareness, commitment to social justice and demonstration of ethics and values congruent with the profession of social work.