Language Entry Level

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Chinese entry level questionnaire and test

French Studies
French entry level test

The diagnostic test for first year German students will be administered as a self-assessment tool via the Goethe Institute website.

The test comprises 30 questions. Students are required to follow the prompts and record their score out of a total of 30. Students with a score of 25 or above are encouraged to enrol in level 7 (ATS1097), 20-24 level 5 (ATS1095) and less than 20 in level 3 (ATS1093). Maximum time allowed is 20 minutes. Supporting materials – dictionaries, grammar guides, word lists etc. – are not permitted.

Please note that it is in the student’s interest to follow the test guidelines. A distorted score as a result of external assistance will result in incorrect entry level.

For further questions students may contact any of the German Studies staff –

Spanish and Latin American Studies
Spanish entry level test

Which level of Indonesian should I enrol in?

Italian entry level test

You must take an online entry level test if you have studied Italian previously .

  • Beginners enter at level 1 ATS1221
  • Intermediate students (post beginners or students with an intermediate knowledge of Italian without VCE) enter at ATS2223
  • The entry point for students who did VCE Italian is level 5 ATS2225

What level of Japanese should I enrol in?
(entry level test)

Korean entry level test

You must take the entry level test if you have studied Korean previously.
However, you do not need to take an entry level test if you are a beginner in studying Korean.

See entry level information on the Undergraduate Ukrainian studies page in the Monash Handbook.