Modern and Medieval Languages in UK
Modern and Medieval Languages (MML) is a written test used by Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages of the University of Cambridge to assess the applicant’s desiring to study the language course at the University. The MML admission test assesses the grammatical accuracy, ability to express ideas, and the vocabulary of the applicants. The applicants need to demonstrate their linguistic knowledge, aptitude for languages and a general interest in language issues to pursue MML. Languages available are French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
A brief passage in English of about 300-350 words is being given to the applicants to read answer two or three questions about it. They’re required to write their answer in a target language they studies or studying at A-level or equivalent. The questions comprises of comprehensions and free composition.
You need to complete or take A-level or equivalent exam to enter the MML. All applications should be submitted online via UCAS, specifying the course and College you have preferred. After successful submission, you’re called for the interview. In an Interview, you might be asked to read a short passage written in one of your chosen languages and then discuss the same in English. Also, you may be asked questions on grammar, A-level subjects undertaken by you, cultural topics or on topics/areas that interest you. You will also be given a short written test to finish during the day when you attend for interviews.
For graduate level, the applicant’s must apply online via the online application form available on the Graduate Admissions Office website Graduate Admissions