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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.
A Step Toward a Better Future
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
After you prove your English proficiency by taking MET, you may want to use the certification to study abroad at a university in the United States. Learn about some of your options.
The Greek ECCE and ECPE administrations will take place in January. The December administrations in other countries will continue as planned.
As we approach the close of this challenging year, we reflect on the positive aspects from a season of uncertainty. We are thankful for our partners and educators who are dedicated to supporting students through any challenges—there’s nobody we would rather be working with during these uncertain times
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.
MET Go! Study & Practice, Listening (L3b) for teachers (PDF)
MET Go! Study & Practice, Listening (L5a) for teachers (PDF)
MET Go! Study & Practice, Reading (R2b) for teachers (PDF)
ECPE Reading Resource Pack for learners and teachers (PDF)
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