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The Barbara Dobson Latin America Research Grant

The Barbara Dobson Latin America Research Grant

Michigan Language Assessment is proud to announce the renaming of its Latin America Research Grant after Barbara Dobson. Barbara, a beloved colleague, retired in August of this year, bringing to a close a career in language assessment that spanned five decades.

Offering Support During Uncertain Times

Offering Support During Uncertain Times

Michigan Language Assessment is working to support learners through the continued publication of new preparation resources and support materials for teachers and students.

Choosing an English Language Certification: Which Test is Right for Me?

Choosing an English Language Certification: Which Test is Right for Me?

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. 

Study Tips for the MET Go! Listening Section

Study Tips for the MET Go! Listening Section

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.

What is the CEFR?: Prove Your English with an International Standard

What is the CEFR?: Prove Your English with an International Standard

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.

Study Tips for the MET Go! Speaking Section

Study Tips for the MET Go! Speaking Section

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...

Our Commitment to Healthy Language Assessment

Our Commitment to Healthy Language Assessment

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.

Study Tips for the MET Speaking Section

Study Tips for the MET Speaking Section

English language learners take the Michigan English Test (MET) to shower their level of English proficiency in order to achieve educational and professional goals.

Events Highlight

Accepting the Michigan Tests: Drop-in Office Hours Tuesdays at Noon EST

Q&A on how the Michigan Tests can support your international recruitment efforts, from setting minimum scores to receiving results. No registration is required. Zoom link here.

Increasing Affordability and Access to International English Exams

Technology and education have changed and so have international English exams. How can your institution help students achieve their English proficiency goals in 2022? Michigan Language Assessment would like to invite you to join our network of Institutional Affiliates. Our IA Program facilitates access to English proficiency exams for institutional and international testing purposes. Register for our webinar to learn more about the program and how it can benefit your institution and students.

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