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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.
Michigan Language Assessment is committed to supporting continued language learning for students and educators with new digital preparation materials.
Michigan Language Assessment is pleased to announce that the Florida Board of Nursing now accepts Michigan English Test (MET) results as proof of English competency.
As part of the global efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the May ECCE and ECPE test dates have been rescheduled.
A Message from CEO Sharon Harvey: I wanted to address Michigan Language Assessment’s vast global community of centers, recognizing organizations, students, teachers, and other stakeholders and provide the most up-to-date information possible from here in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
The test specifications and example items for the revised Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE) and the Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE) are now available. As announced in June 2019, Michigan Language...
Michigan Language Assessment is very proud of all that we have accomplished with our test centers, preparation centers, teachers and test takers during the past 12 months. Building on this success, we have planned further developments for 2020.
As announced earlier this year, Michigan Language Assessment is in the process of revising the Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English (ECCE) and the Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English (ECPE). The test updates will reflect feedback from test users, changes to the test-taker population, and new thinking in language assessment.
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.
Many classrooms benefit from the administration of multilevel exams, such as the MET Go! or the MET. Multilevel exams can offer key benefits.
Last week, Michigan Language Assessment staff members attended the TESOL 2019 International Conference. Those in attendance enjoyed meeting with test center representatives and others in the language testing community from across the globe.
Michigan Language Assessment presented two posters that highlighted the quality of the development work behind MET Go!, our new test for 11 to 15 year olds. Assessment manager Sharon Pearce and Tony Clark of Cambridge Assessment English jointly presented a...
In part one of this two-part series, we explored how individualized score reports can motivate learners. In part two, we learn how educators and parents can support language learners’ journeys based on the feedback from MET Go!.