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thought I woudl create a 2021 MLAT chat, not sure if anyones done it yet, but i had a question, how is everyone revising and how much is everyone revising for the MLAT and what would be a good score to aim for in practice papers?
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Hi, it seems from previous years that anything above 50% is considered a good score. I am struggling to find solutions to the papers which is annoying but other than that I haven't done any revision. I'm always on top of grammar and I have made a conscious attempt to learn the adjective endings table, so I don't think it'll be too bad. After all, so many applicants get interviewed and that's all it really comes down to.
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(Original post by yourpal123)
hi,
thought I woudl create a 2021 MLAT chat, not sure if anyones done it yet, but i had a question, how is everyone revising and how much is everyone revising for the MLAT and what would be a good score to aim for in practice papers?
Hiya! There’s another MLAT 2021 thread that I made a few months ago with a load of posts on it from applicants, so you could probably find help there? x
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Hi!! I’m applying for German and ab initio russian so I’ll be doing 2 tests- does anyone know what may happen if you smash your chosen language test but bomb the LAT ( i really just wanna do russian at oxford and I’m scared I’ve made it difficult for myself:/
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(Original post by yourpal123)
hi,
thought I woudl create a 2021 MLAT chat, not sure if anyones done it yet, but i had a question, how is everyone revising and how much is everyone revising for the MLAT and what would be a good score to aim for in practice papers?
Hey I've got mine of the 4th or something (need to double check) I just did past papers and marked them to look for patterns in questions. (MAKE SURE YOU PRACTICE TENSES ESPECIALLY THE SUBJUNCTIVE) and that's it pretty much. The LAT section is trickier but I'll be doing them over the next few days so I can find a pattern. Good luck and don't worry it's really not too hard it's all stuff you already know from GCSE and A level
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Hi!! I’m applying for German and ab initio russian so I’ll be doing 2 tests- does anyone know what may happen if you smash your chosen language test but bomb the LAT ( i really just wanna do russian at oxford and I’m scared I’ve made it difficult for myself:/
If you're doing ab initio you don't do the Russian section because you won't know anything. You just do the German section and the LAT section which tests your ability to pick up new languages. It quizes you on a made up language so do past LAT's and try and master them before your MLAT good luvk you've got this
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It feels like I master every other practice paper for the LAT so I have no idea what it’s gonna be like 😭😭😭 but thank you!!!
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