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Michigan Language Assessment, a joint venture between the University of Michigan and Cambridge Assessment English, today announced its partnership with Prometric, a global leader in technology-enabled testing and assessment solutions, to securely administer the Michigan English Test (MET) as an online, digital exam beginning this October.
Teachers preparing students for the MET Go! Reading Section will benefit from using these study activities.
Michigan Language Assessment is working to support learners through the continued publication of new preparation resources and support materials for teachers and students.
How will you show that your English proficiency is progressing every year? Fortunately, Michigan Language Assessment offers a full suite of exams from beginning to advanced levels that learners can trust. Michigan Tests are backed by both Cambridge Assessment English and the University of Michigan, two leaders in the fields of education and language assessment.
Learners who take the 4-skill MET Go! exam study for the listening, reading, writing, and speaking sections. Here are some activities for teachers who are preparing students for the MET Go! Listening Section.
Taking an internationally certified exam, such as one of the Michigan Tests, is a great way to measure progress and ability. One of the reasons that the Michigan Tests are used in so many countries is because they are aligned to international standards, such as the CEFR.
The sample tests 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.
English language learners ages 11 to 15 take MET Go! to earn an international language certificate that can be used for educational purposes, study abroad opportunities, and more. Learners who take the 4-skill exam study for the listening, reading, writing, and...
As test centers and schools around the world begin to re-open, Michigan Language Assessment is committed to providing support, but at the same time we’ll be emphasizing the importance of testing safely.
English language learners take the Michigan English Test (MET) to shower their level of English proficiency in order to achieve educational and professional goals.
Michigan Language Assessment launched the Michigan Test Talk series on our YouTube channel earlier this year. Michigan Test Talks feature Michigan Language Assessment experts who share research findings and details about the exams and English language learning in general.
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.
This event is for higher education admissions and enrollment officers, intensive English program directors, and international recruiters.