October 9, 2019
The MET (Michigan English Test) is an increasingly popular choice for English language learners seeking an international English certification at the high-beginner to advanced proficiency levels. The MET was revised in January 2019 to include more content in the academic domain, to offer two-skill or four-skill test options, and to reduce test time of the two-skill MET to 100 minutes.Read More
September 9, 2019
For English language schools, the choice of exams is driven by the needs of test takers. Level-based exams, such as the ECCE or ECPE, are the best choice for some classrooms. Other classrooms benefit from the administration of multilevel exams, such as the MET Go! or the MET. Multilevel exams can offer key benefits. They provide:Read More
July 16, 2019
Michigan Language Assessment is pleased to announce the release of two new practice test books for the MET (Michigan English Test). Each practice book includes four complete practice tests along with everything that is needed to use the tests. The books are available for purchase through the University of Michigan Press.Read More
October 24, 2018
Teachers and students across Mexico are successfully taking Michigan Language Assessment exams to prove their English as part of the Programa Nacional de Inglés (PRONI). PRONI aims to strengthen English language education in state schools, supported by international certification for teachers and students.
August 15, 2018
Michigan Language Assessment’s largest test center in Brazil, FISK Brazil, marked its 60th anniversary with a celebratory conference July 25–28. More than one thousand FISK representatives from across Brazil and Argentina attended Congresso FISK 60 Anos at the Hotel Royal Palm Plaza Resort in Campinas.
The Characteristics of the Michigan English Test Reading Texts and Items and their Relationship to Item Difficulty
April 21, 2015
CaMLA Working Paper 2015-02, “The Characteristics of the Michigan English Test Reading Texts and Items and their Relationship to Item Difficulty,” is now available. CaMLA Working Papers present the findings from research undertaken as part of the Spaan Research Grant Program and by CaMLA staff.