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Why choose Michigan Language Assessment?
Michigan Tests for Everyone
Michigan Tests are designed for young learners, teens, and adults at all levels of English proficiency.
Respected International Certifications
Our exams are developed by experts from the University of Michigan and Cambridge Assessment English.
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Michigan Test results support personal, educational, and professional goals.
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Authorized Test Centers
Our exams are exclusively administered through a global network of Authorized Test Centers.
Michigan Exam Preparation Centers
Our preparation centers enjoy unique benefits and help students prepare for the Michigan Tests.
News and Events
As English language learners around the world adjust to managing their educational opportunities at home, we would like to offer some tips for effective at-home studying and learning.
We are working on the revisions to the Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE) and the Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE). The preparations for the revised exams remain on schedule, and—provided it is safe to do so— the updated tests will be launched in May 2021 as originally planned.
The 2019 annual test reports for all Michigan Language Assessment exams are now available.
Digital Resources for At-Home Study
We are committed to providing at-home study resources to test takers and teachers. See the latest list below, check out our searchable library of test preparation resources and subscribe to be notified of new resources.
Michigan Test Talks Episode 3: Listening and Reading and the CEFR for teachers (video)
ECCE Writing Resource Pack for learners and teachers (pdf)
MET Go! Listening Study Tips for teachers (video)
Michigan Test Talks Episode 2 for teachers (video)
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