Introduction to the Medical Chinese Proficiency Test
The Medical Chinese Proficiency Test (MCT) is a standardized language test to test the application level of medical Chinese. It is jointly developed by the Chinese and foreign language exchanges of the Ministry of Education and the five key medical schools in the United Nations. The medical Chinese proficiency test (MCT is mainly for medical students, students who study medicine in Chinese outside of China, and medical staff who use Chinese for clinical diagnosis and treatment in China and abroad). The ability to communicate with patients, medical staff and related personnel in Chinese.
1 Ability description
MCT level one: able to understand the basic language materials related to the daily communication scenes in the hospital. Be able to communicate and communicate simply on the condition of the disease. A brief description of the basic situation of the disease. The Chinese level can basically meet the requirements of the hospital internship. The vocabulary of the medical profession is about 400.
MCT Level 2: Able to basically understand the more specific language materials related to the daily communication scenes in the hospital. The condition of illness is more complicated to communicate and communicate, and the main situation of the disease can be described more specifically. The Chinese level can generally meet the requirements of the hospital internship. The vocabulary of the medical profession is about 800.
MCT Level 3: Able to fully understand the daily communication with the hospital Most of the language materials related to the scene. Able to carry out complex communication and communication on the situation, and to describe the overall situation of the disease in detail. The Chinese level can fully meet the requirements of the hospital internship. The vocabulary of the medical profession is about 1500.
The Medical Chinese Proficiency Test (MCT) test paper is divided into three parts: listening, reading and writing. There are 101 questions in the whole paper. The test time is about 125 minutes (including 5 minutes for the test taker to fill in personal information).